Stephanie is the weekday daytime meteorologist at FOX6 News.
Stephanie was born and raised in Joliet, IL, a suburb of Chicago. She spent most of her childhood playing sports, her favorite of which being volleyball. She was part of the 3A state championship volleyball team during her senior year of high school at Joliet Catholic Academy.
She attended Valparaiso University in Valparaiso, IN where she received her Bachelor's degree in Broadcast Meteorology.
Right after college, she began her first television job at KDLT-TV in Sioux Falls, SD as their weekday morning meteorologist.
Stephanie loves thunderstorms and snow but seems to be most fascinated by clouds. When she’s not in the studio or weather center she can be found relaxing at home with her husband watching movies. She also loves cooking, baking and Pinteresting!
Nikola Junewicz and Stephanie Barichello show us how to make a lamb cake that's sure to impress at your Easter brunch.
The National Weather Service issued tornado warnings for parts of Jefferson and Walworth counties Friday night, March 31.
After three days of relatively light snow, a more organized storm system eyes southeast Wisconsin for several inches of snow Saturday, Jan. 28.
FOX6 Meteorologist is back with Real Milwaukee – ready to share one of her favorite dessert recipes for pumpkin bars!
Stephanie Barichello is in the kitchen this morning with a recipe your whole family will enjoy.
This is the FOX6 Weather Experts updated daily text forecast.
Do you and your family have a plan in the event of severe weather? The FOX6 Weather Experts have some great advice that will help keep you and your family safe this severe weather season.
Weather permitting, highly active auroral displays will be visible overhead as far south as Milwaukee, the site suggests.