Megan Salois Biography
Megan Salois is an American journalist working as a meteorologist for WHO 13 News. Megan grew up external Atlanta, GA. She became interested in the climate in view of her dad’s near disaster.
He was struck by lightning while in secondary school and made due. Megan, her better half Chris, and children Nathan and Joshua live in Urbandale.
They appreciate investing energy outside on the path and at the parks around the Metro. Megan likewise loves to cook and attempt new plans. They are dynamic individuals from St. Pius Catholic Church.
Megan Salois WHO 13 News
Salois joined the Channel 13 First Alert Storm Team in April 2006. Megan has been conceded her AMS Seal of Approval from the American Meteorological Society and is an individual from the National Weather Association. You can see her on Channel 13 s famous Today in Iowa Saturday and Sunday programs as well as Channel 13 News at Noon.
Megan comes to Channel 13 News from WQOW-TV in Eau Claire, Wisconsin where she was their end-of-the-week meteorologist and columnist. Megan acquired her Certificate in Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University in 2005 and her Bachelor s certification in reporting from The University of Georgia.
Megan’s beloved kind of climate to gauge is serious tempests and cyclone flare-ups. Her most noteworthy minutes estimating twisters incorporate the Ladysmith, Wisconsin cyclone, and the Parkersburg, Iowa twister.
The Ladysmith twister hit the unassuming community not long before 5 PM on Labor Day 2002. Megan was covering the evening weathercasts that evening and went live promptly with the notice that a cyclone was moving towards Downtown Ladysmith.
She then, at that point, circled back to almost twelve news reports following the tidy up and recuperation in the little Wisconsin town. The Ladysmith cyclone was evaluated as an F3 twister.
The morning of May 25th, 2008, Megan anticipated on Today in Iowa Sunday that a significant cyclone flare-up with the capability of enduring solid twisters was conceivable that day.
In the early evening, a strong cyclone tore through Parkersburg and was checked as an EF5 twister, the most grounded twister conceivable.
Megan is additionally ready to go vulnerable for Central Iowa’s watchers. She’s been known to remain in snowstorms and ice tempests to ensure you’re mindful of the conditions outside and can make your arrangements as needs be.
Her involvement with the components assists her with having a superior comprehension of winter climate and working on her future gauges for the following large blizzard to hit Central Iowa.
WHO 13 News Team
- Ed Wilson
- Jannay Towne
- Calyn Thompson
- Justin Surrency
- Taj Simmons
- John Sears
- Jeriann Ritter
- Roger Riley
- Megan Reuther
- Dave Price
- Natalie Paynter
- Cinthia Naranjo
- Keith Murphy
- Brett McIntyre
- Jodi Long
- Erin Kiernan
- Stephanie Johnson
- Mark Freund
- Zach Fisher
- Andy Fales
- Amber Alexander
- Dan Winters
Megan Salois Age
She was born on St Patricks Day on March 17th. Information about her age will be updated as soon as possible.
Megan Salois Husband
She is married to Chris, and they have two children, Nathan and Joshua. The couple lives in Urbandale.
Megan Salois Height
She is 5 feet 5 inches (1.65m) tall.
Megan Salois Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $900, 000.
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Megan Salois Facts
- I’m a St. Patrick’s Day baby, born on March 17th!
- I can clog and play the piano, but not at the same time.
- I performed in the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games Opening Ceremony. I was a part of the black ring when we formed the Olympic rings on the field.
- My dad was struck by lightning and survived.
- I love to cook! I try at least one new recipe a week. My husband, Chris, is my test subject.
- I am half French-Canadian which explains the last name. My great great great great great Grandfather left France and came to Canada to fight against the Americans in the French and Indian War. He was given a plot of land near Montreal and a French bride.
- My dad builds fighter jets, my middle sister is a science teacher, and my youngest sister is studying to be an astro-physicist. My mom brings us all down to Earth.
- My husband proposed to me at the Rockefeller Center Ice Skating Rink in New York City.
- My son, Nathan, is a long baby. He was 22.5″ long at birth and remains in the 100th percentile in length for his age group.
- My first car was a light blue 1983 Honda Civic Wagon. I had a bumper sticker on it asking someone to “Please Steal This Car.”
- I adopted my cat, Quincy, one month before his shelter burnt to the ground due to an electrical fire.
- I wanted to become a meteorologist because I was scared of thunderstorms as a child and teenager.
- My favorite things about living in Iowa are the corn, the Iowa Cubs, the weather (yes, even the snow), and the wonderful friends I’ve made.