July 19, 1976
Collegeville, Pennsylvania, U.S.
|Other names||Jen Carfagno, Jennifer Carfagno-McGillis|
|Known for||The Weather Channel|
|Spouse(s)||Neil McGillis, ?-present|
|Children||2, daughters Natalie and Kelly, with McGillis|
Jennifer "Jen" Carfagno (born July 19, 1976) is an American television meteorologist, currently working for The Weather Channel (TWC), co-hosting AMHQ from 6 to 9 am weekdays with Stephanie Abrams and Jim Cantore.
Life and career
Born and raised in Collegeville, Pennsylvania, Carfagno attended Pennsylvania State University, where she earned a Bachelor's Degree in Meteorology in 1998.
Carfagno interned with The Weather Channel while still attending Penn State and joined the network as a full-time forecaster shortly after she graduated. She participated in The Weather Channel on-camera meteorologist apprentice program, earning time in front of the camera every weekend.
From 2013 to 2016, Carfagno and Alex Wallace anchored Weather Center Live on Thursday-Friday early mornings and weekend mornings.
As of April 20, 2018, Carfagno's Twitter page shows that she has 993,000 followers. The page also shows an activity level of around 21,300 Tweets.
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