Vytas is currently the Chief Meteorologist for the award winning FOX45 News at 4, 5, 10, and 11 pm newscast. He has served in the position for the past 17 years.
Previously he was Chief Meteorologist for Sinclair Broadcast Group's News Central weather operations which produced weather forecast for several television markets across the country. Before coming to Maryland he worked for WRTV ABC 6 Indianapolis, and WKJG NBC 33 Fort Wayne, IN. He also had opportunities to do work at WB 17 Philadelphia, PA, WXIN FOX 59 Indianapolis, and FOX 28 South Bend, IN. Vytas holds a degree in Broadcast Communications from Indiana University and a Certificate in Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University. He has also been awarded the seal of approval from the American Meteorological Society, and is a current standing member of the National Weather Association. He is proud to serve currently on the newly formed Diversity committee for the NWA. Vytas has earned an Emmy for best weather report and other outstanding recognitions from community events and organizations.
Originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan, Vytas now calls Maryland his home and enjoys being involved in a variety of activities. He enjoys music of all kinds, cultural events and traveling. If you’re not seeing him on his bike riding the trails, you may catch him at an auto show, or just driving the scenic roads of the Eastern Shore, he’s a big car fan!! Vytas is an active supporter of the South Baltimore Learning Center, weather presentations to schools in the area, youth activities, and an active member of the Baha'i Faith.