Henry DiCarlo is an Emmy award winning AMS meteorologist and sportscaster for the KTLA 5 Morning News.  A Television Meteorologist for over 25 years, Henry has worked in Palm Springs, CA, Salt Lake City, Utah, Seattle, Washington and Los Angeles.  A four-time Emmy winner, Henry has won an Emmy for Weather, Sports, and Reporting.

Henry is a proud native of Southern California. Born and raised in the city of Orange, Henry attended Villa Park High School and graduated with a Communications degree from California State University, Fullerton. He later went on to earn his Meteorology degree from Mississippi State University and he earned his AMS seal in 2002.   Henry has become one of the leading Weather Experts in the country, serving as a professional witness in dozens of court cases across the country.

Currently, Henry and his wife, Lisa, live in Yorba Linda with their two sons, Henry III and Jack, and four dogs, Cooper, LeRoy, Otis, and Lucy.  As a family, they enjoy traveling, sports, and cooking as well as serving as advocates for pet, children and veteran related causes.  

In 2017, Henry's wife, Lisa, founded "Tails That Teach", an early humane education program for young children whose mission is, "Saving the lives of animals, changing the lives of children".  In 2018, Lisa, and Henry founded, National Rescue Dog Day, which is observed annually May 20.