Since 1997, Sue Serio has welcomed each new day with FOX 29 viewers, as weather anchor for "Good Day Philadelphia."
Prior to joining the FOX team, Serio served as co-anchor of WAKE-UP, the top-rated morning show on WIVB-TV, a CBS affiliate, in Buffalo, New York and she co-anchored the station's “News at Noon.” Prior to that, she worked at WHYY-TV 12 (PBS) in Philadelphia where she was a weather anchor and feature reporter on the evening newscast.
Sue is a cum laude graduate of Towson University in Maryland. While earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication, she started her professional broadcasting career in radio at WMAR-FM in Baltimore. Sue then hosted numerous radio shows. Among them: WBAL in Baltimore, as midday radio host; WSTW in Wilmington, DE, as morning show co-host;WMGK in Philadelphia, where she was host and producer of the popular “Magic After Dark;” and WKSZ-FM, where she co-hosted the morning show.
A five time Emmy nominee from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Serio was honored by the Academy in November, 1994, when she received the Outstanding Individual Achievement Award for weathercaster. In June, 1995, she received the Certificate in Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University. She is also the Co-Chair for the local Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk. Sue is active in her community, volunteering for events at the Media Theatre, Tyler Arboretum, the SPCA, and many more.
During her free time, Serio enjoys needlework, films, and sleeping. Serio and her husband, Bill Vargus, currently reside in Delaware County with their daughter Nia Patricia.