|Presented by||Scott Williams & Jen Carfagno|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||120 minutes|
|Original channel||The Weather Channel|
|Picture format||480i (SD)|
|Original run||March 20, 2000 – present|
First Outlook is a morning weather program produced and aired by The Weather Channel. It focuses on Today's forecast and top stories along with Local Forecasts.
All times are eastern time.
- 4:00am-6:00am with Scott Williams and Jen Carfagno
First Outlook and Your Weather Today both premiered in 2000, taking significant portions of time out of Weather Center AM, which soon disappeared. At launch, the original pair of meteorologists for First Outlook was Rick Griffin and Cheryl Lemke. They were replaced by Nick Walker and Kim Perez. In May 2008, meteorologists Jeff Morrow and Jennifer Carfagno began co-hosting First Outlook. The focus of First Outlook is on straightforward forecasts for business travelers and commuters. It includes several unique segments not found elsewhere on the network including the business travel desk, which regularly featured daily phone calls to the FAA at 6:40 AM ET, and, on Tuesdays and Thursdays the business barometer which focuses on the impact weather has on the business world. These segments were replaced by Wake Up with Al on July 20, 2009, when First Outlook was trimmed to two hours. In September 2009, Jeff Moorow was replaced by Scott Willaims and Jeff moved to an fill-in meteorologist