After working for the Met Office and the BBC Weather Centre, he moved to the Al Jazeera English channel in 2007. Fox's footnote in history is to have been the first ever black weather-presenter to seem on the BBC.
Everton A. Fox worked for the then Department of Social Security as a civil servant and in 1991 joined the Met Office, completing the forecaster foundation programme in March 2000. He joined the BBC Weather Centre in 2000, working initially on BBC World and BFBS television. He went on to become Radio Five Live's main weather forecaster, and additionally appeared regularly on BBC News 24 and BBC World.
He left the BBC Weather Centre in February 2007 to join Al Jazeera English.
He was born in Cambridge, England.