Women of the Weather: Meteorologists From Around the Globe

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The standard meteorologist “look” has changed drastically throughout the years. In the past, meteorologists were primarily men who were dressed professionally and gave their best predictions about weather patterns. As time went on, we saw a shift to a much more relaxed view of the meteorologist's role, one where personalities (and appearances) were allowed to shine, and so, vivacious women of the weather began popping up on our screens. Who are they? You’ll have to see for yourself…

Shine On, Sheena

The beautiful Sheena Parveen began her weather career in Philadelphia. She worked in Tampa, Florida before going to Philadelphia. Now gone from Philadelphia, she utilizes her talents at NBC Washington. This next beauty is another one that turns heads…

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The Unstoppable Bri Winkler

Bri Winkler is a picture of success and perseverance. She is a meteorologist who works on a weekend morning show based in Los Angeles for ABC 7 News. Bri graduated from the University of Miami and obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Atmospheric and Marine Science. In 2012, Bri became ill and found out that she had suffered a stroke. After her recovery, she began to spread the word about strokes and stroke prevention. Beauty, brains, and a good heart, just like our next meteorologist...

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