Mònica López Moyano is a Spanish meteorologist and television presenter. She is a weather forecaster on Televisión Española's Telediario 2 and director of the meteorology area of RTVE. She has also been the presenter of the TVE1 program La Hora de la 1 since September 2020.
Mónica López was born on May 30, 1969 in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain.
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Mònica López graduated with a licentiate in Physics of the Earth [es] and the Cosmos in 1997 from the University of Barcelona. She also holds a master's degree in political analysis and a university specialization course in Corporate Communication and Branding from the Open University of Catalonia, both completed in 2016. After finishing her studies in physics, she joined the SAM, the first Spanish company dedicated to meteorological information.
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She debuted on television on the show Teletiempo on Vía Digital [es], and later on Canal Satélite Digital's Canal Meteo.
After passing through Channel 33, López became part of the TV3 meteorology team where, from 23 April 2004 to 27 June 2008, she was a meteorologist for the morning program Els matins [es].
She also presented the 2006–2007 New Year's countdown on TV3. Since 2005 she has written a section on meteorological phenomena for the outreach magazine NAT.
On 1 July 2008, she joined RTVE to be the director of its meteorology department and weather presenter on TVE's Telediario 2, replacing José Antonio Maldonado [es]. Since then she has been absent on two occasions due to maternity: the first from 11 February 2010 to 30 August 2010, and the second from 13 October 2011 to 9 January 2012.
In the 2012–2013 season she went on to present the weather on Telediario 1, but the following season she returned to Telediario 2.
On 3 December 2012, the Association of Meteorology Communicators (ACOMET), was publicly presented, with the basic objective of improving the meteorological information and dissemination that is done in Spain through various media. Mònica López is a co-founder and president of the board of directorss.
As a member of ACOMET she has participated in the updating of the Manual de Uso de Términos Meteorológicos, which had initially been published in 1992.
Together with the Agencia Estatal de Meteorología (AEMET), she carried out a project in collaboration with the World Meteorological Organization within the field of communication: the video in Spanish from the series "El tiempo en 2050", in which an area's weather is simulated over the span of 35 years.
In 2021, she was cast in The Cook of Castamar (Spanish: La cocinera de Castamar), a Spanish period drama television series adapting the novel of the same name by Fernando J. Muñez starring Michelle Jenner and Roberto Enríquez.
|Born||10th January, 1975|
|Home City||La Seu d'Urgell, Spain|