Kellie joined the WECT Weather Team in October of 2016.
She was born and raised in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania - also known as the Christmas City. After Winter Storm Jonas dumped a record snowfall of over 30 inches this winter, she is thrilled to be in Wilmington forecasting tropical weather now!
Kellie always had a fascination with weather. As a child, she will never forget when the local TV meteorologist came to her elementary school and now she’s turned her curiosity into her career.
Kellie graduated with a broadcasting degree from Millersville University and shortly after earned a certificate in Operational and Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University. She interned at WFMZ in Allentown, PA (with the meteorologist who visited her school) and this past summer she was a meteorology intern at FOX 29 in Philadelphia, PA.
She enjoys (trying to) cook, anything that is adrenaline-pumping and all things coastal.
Email Kellie: firstname.lastname@example.org
Millersville University, Broadcasting
Mississippi State University, Operational and Broadcast Meteorlogy
We’re about to enter the third week of May and, this time of year, breaks in humidity become increasingly rare. And, yes, late this week and into this weekend, a traditionally muggy / warm / hot / isolated storm forecast returns.
our First Alert Forecast continues to feature warm and mainly dry weather for Thursday and Friday. Any showers that manage to pop up would be quite isolated and brief. As a weak front slogs toward the Cape Fear Region this weekend, chances for useful garden-wetting rain will increase modestly.
Chances for showers and storms should perk up, at least modestly, by Mother’s Day weekend as a weak cold front wiggles into the eastern Carolinas. For now, rain odds are 0 to 10% for Tuesday through Thursday, 20% Friday and Monday - in between then jumping to 30-40% over the weekend.