Greg Dutra
Greg Dutra is the weekend evening news meteorologist at ABC 7, the number one station in Chicago, bringing viewers accurate forecasts on the station's 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. top-rated newscasts. He joined ABC 7 in September 2019, serving in the role of weekend morning news meteorologist until his promotion in March 2023.
When Greg signed on at the station, ABC 7's Vice President of News, Jennifer Graves commented, "Greg's weather forecasting skills and dynamic personality make him a perfect fit for our weather team."
According to Greg, his favorite part of the job is forecasting winter storms which also makes him a perfect fit for predicting weather in the Windy City. Throughout his time at the station, he has reported from various storm sites in addition to his studio forecasts.
Greg's compelling positive attitude has led him to have many fun moments with the ABC 7 team on air, one of which went viral in 2022.
Greg came to ABC 7 from KDVR-TV, the Fox affiliate in Denver, Colorado, where he was the weekday morning meteorologist. He honed his experience forecasting Midwestern weather in Davenport, Iowa, where he worked at KWQC-TV, the NBC station. Prior to that, he worked as a meteorologist at WABI-TV in Bangor, Maine.
Greg is a graduate of Lyndon State College in Vermont, where he earned a B.S. in Atmospheric Science. He holds a Seal of Approval from the National Weather Association (NWA).

Twitter: @DutraWeather
Instagram: @DutraWeather

Greg's Stories
As severe weather like tornadoes, flooding and storms become more common, how to be prepared
The ABC7 Eyewitness News Accuweather Team presents "Storm Safety: Keeping You Prepared," as millions in the Chicago area and around the country face increasing storms, flooding, tornadoes and other severe weather.
Chicago weather: Fast-moving storm makes for messy commute in south suburbs, NW Indiana
A fast-moving winter storm blew through the Chicago area Friday afternoon and evening, mostly impacting the south suburbs and Northwest Indiana.
Sail Grand Prix debuts in Chicago off Lake Michigan's fresh waters
Sail Grand Prix makes Chicago debut on Lake Michigan
Waves on Lake Michigan again expected to reach up to 16 feet, affecting Chicago, NW Indiana
After high waves were seen crashing onto Chicago joggers on the Lakeshore Trail Wednesday, more are expected.
Chicago weather: No evidence of tornado after NWS surveys Channahon, Minooka storm damage
Storms Tuesday knocked down trees and dumped hail on the Chicago area.
Chicago River water quality now updated online in real-time
The Chicago River's flow was reversed at the turn of the 20th century to keep sewage from flowing into Lake Michigan drinking water. Problem solved, right? Well, not quite.
DuPage County tornado: Fundraiser held to support Woodridge victims struggling to rebuild
Two months after an EF-3 tornado tore through Woodridge under the cover of darkness, residents are leaning on each other as they rebuild.
Wildfire smoke casts haze over Chicago skies, impacting air quality
It may look cool, but could this smoke in the air affect your health?
Illinois drought: Plants in peril as below-average precipitation persists into June
We may be past the unofficial "safe" planting date on Mother's Day, but as we get deeper into a months-long drought, it's not just the new plants that need attention.
Wind, hail can cause major damage during storms
When we think of severe weather many of us immediately think tornadoes, but wind and hail storms can also cause serious damage.