Cesar Cornejo joined the WMAR-2 News in April 2022 as a meteorologist. He comes by way of Salt Lake City, UT where he was a meteorologist/weather reporter for ABC4 Utah (KTVX). During his time in the Intermountain West, Cesar covered everything the Rockies could throw at him. These weather events ranged from the snowstorms that produce 'The Greatest Snow on Earth' to a historic drought year and subsequent heat wave and wildfires to the fifth wettest monsoon season that Utah has seen, which did include two tornados (and to think monsoon season is equated to heavy rain only)!
Before this he was in Pocatello, Idaho for nearly two years as the weekend meteorologist/MMJ and later moved up to weekday morning meteorologist. One notable event that Cesar covered in Idaho was the Labor Day Windstorm that brought wind speeds of almost 100 mph to the high deserts of the western Rockies.
While Cesar got his on-air meteorologist career started in the west, he was an intern at WMAR-2 News and graduated from Towson University, majoring in Geography with a minor in Meteorology. A native of Bethesda, he is glad to be back to a place he called home for a little over three years.
He is a huge weather nerd and can be often seen checking out the latest models and radar to see where the next major weather event is occurring in the country. When he is not busy with the weather you can catch him watching baseball, football, soccer, or hockey game (he swears he has a life outside of sports and weather), hiking, or exploring the food and drink scene that Charm City has to offer.