Nichole was born and raised in El Paso, and is proud to call The Sun City her home. She attended Andress High school and grew up in northeast El Paso.
Once she graduated from high school she attended El Paso Community College where she studied Mass Communication. While attending EPCC she completed an internship at KFOX-14-TV.
Nichole also attended the University of Texas El Paso where she studied Communications and Geography. While studying at UTEP she began working behind the scenes at KDBC-TV in 2006 and, she was given a full-time position as a weekend weather forecaster/reporter.
Nichole also worked at KTSM-TV as a multi-media journalist/weather forecaster. Nichole has a Bachelors Degree in Communications. She is currently working on a Weather Forecasting Certification through Penn State University.
Nichole took a break from the business in 2010, during her time away from television she lived over seas where she learned about different cultures, and tried different foods.
During her departure she gave birth to her son Randy Jr. Nichole enjoys living in El Paso, especially the food and the weather.
Nichole's father passed away, her mother, Felicia works for CPS. She also has a younger sister, Natasha, an insurance coordinator for a local therapist office. During Nichole's free time you can find her spending time with her son, trying new restaurants or working out when she has time.
Strong gusty winds can bring down, power lines, trees, signs unsecured objects. THE ABC-7 StormTRACK Weather team issued an ABC-7 First Alert earlier this week. Here are a few helpful tips for staying safe during high winds Friday afternoon.