Lyndsay Morrison is CTV Kitchener’s Weather Specialist, delivering your local forecast on CTV News at Noon, Five, Six & 11:30.
Never one to shy away from a snow squall or a heatwave – Lyndsay is often found broadcasting out in the elements. She has covered the aftermath of some of Ontario’s biggest weather stories - from tornadoes to ice storms. When Hurricane Sandy hit in 2012, Lyndsay reported live in the field for nearly 14 hours.
Lyndsay also acts as a co-host of CTV News at Five telling the heartwarming stories of our community in “Tell Me Something Good” and delivering entertainment news. Known for her live-on-location segments from community events in Waterloo Region, Lyndsay has an enthusiasm for “trying new things” on the air. (Some of her most memorable experiences include zip-lining across the Elora Gorge and rappelling down a 13-storey building for Make-a-Wish Canada!) She is also the roving reporter at the annual Oktoberfest Thanksgiving Day Parade, which airs nationally on CTV.
Each year, Lyndsay has children help her deliver the forecast on TV in a popular segment called “Kid-Friendly Weather.” She is proud to be an ambassador and host of CTV and the Salvation Army’s “Toy Mountain” Toy Drive. In 2013 and 2015, Lyndsay travelled with to Nicaragua and Peru with World Vision Canada for their “Campaign for Children.”
A graduate of Ryerson University’s Journalism program, Lyndsay began her career as a news writer, and then an on-camera presenter at The Weather Network. These days, you will also catch her filling in on CTV’S YOUR MORNING.
In her spare time, Lyndsay loves to dance, golf and spend time with her golden retrievers!