Roberta has been at KTVU since 2021. Her most significant contribution has been her coverage to KTVU‘s ongoing drought series here in the Bay Area.
Roberta grew up in the Mojave desert calling Barstow home, but graduated from San Diego State University.
Prior to working at KTVU, Roberta was a reporter and meteorologist at KPIX-TV in San Francisco for 21 years. Prior to that, she spent seven years as a meteorologist at WMAQ-TV in Chicago after leaving KNTV in San Jose.
When Roberta’s not forecasting the weather, she loves being outdoors. She has completed 31 marathons and 5 full Ironman races in 3 countries.
The latest from Roberta Gonzales
Threat of high winds accompanies Tuesday's atmospheric river
A storm system is approaching California and will impact the San Francisco Bay Area and Central Coast starting early on Tuesday.
More wet, windy, snowy days ahead
The latest computer models suggest the jet stream is shifting, and the latest atmospheric river will take the bulk of the precipitation into the Central Coast and Southern California. However, we are not out of the woods.
Bay Area nearly drought free during one of California's wettest winters: report
The latest California drought report shows the Bay Area is nearly drought free. With even more rain headed our way, the U.S. Drought Monitor says 99% of the Bay Area is out of the drought.
Bay Area storm watch: atmospheric river is here, what to expect
After a record-breaking winter with storm after storm pounding through the Bay Area, the latest 'atmospheric river' has arrived.
Atmospheric river could unleash more mudslides, mountain snow
Meteorologists predict the next round of weather – from Thursday to Saturday – will potentially unleash flooding rainfall, mudslides, feet of mountain snow, and very strong wind gusts of wind.
2 children rescued from crash on I-80 near El Sobrante
Firefighters and California Highway Patrol officers on Tuesday morning rescued two children from a crash on Interstate Highway 80 near El Sobrante.