Jacqui Jeras

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Jacqui Jeras is an American meteorologist. As of 2022, she is a regular co-host of Storm Center on the Weather Channel.

After graduating from Iowa State University with a Bachelor's in Journalism and Mass Communication, Jeras worked as a reporter, anchor, and meteorologist at KCAU Sioux City, IA; WEHT Evansville, IN, and WHO Des Moines. In 1999, she joined CNN, where she reported on Hurricane Katrina, the "Snowmageddon" Nor'easter of 2010, and the 2011 Joplin, MO EF5 tornado where she stayed in the area for a week. She moved to WJLA Washington, DC in 2012 as the station's morning and mid-day meteorologist, leaving in 2016 to begin freelancing on the Weather Channel. She became a full-time anchor in 2019, and initially appeared on Weather Center Live, and in extended live coverage and fill-in segments until the launch of Storm Center in 2021.[1][2]


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