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Alexandra Wilson has moved to Atlanta to join The Weather Channel as an On-Camera Meteorologist.
She most recently forecast for WHNS-TV in Greenville.
More than 140 record highs have been set this week alone, the Weather Channel's Alex Wilson told Patch.
The National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center forecasts an increased chance for above-average temperatures and below-average precipitation in Illinois for December, January and February. Most credit for this goes to an historic El Niño, a climate pattern that starts with unusually warm waters in the Pacific Ocean, causing storms and mudslides in some places and droughts in others. 2015's El Niño is approaching the strongest ever recorded, as measured by sea surface temperatures. Wilson said the jet stream is causing the extremely cold arctic air to get "stuck" up in Canada.
The Weather Channel's Alex Wilson!
June 04, 2015 The Weather Channel's Alex Wilson! 1 comment / Posted Jun 04, 2015 by Beija Flor In today's Spotlight, we're giving you off-screen access to The Weather Channel's on-air star (and Beija-Believer), Alex Wilson! We originally got to know this weather woman on our hometown's local news. It wasn't long before Alex's dynamic personality and multiple distinctions from alma maters, Syracuse University and Penn State University, catapulted her out of Greenville and onto the national stage. When she's not on camera, she can usually be found on the sidelines cheering for her college sports teams or spoiling her two adorable pups.
Penn State Atlanta - CITY LIGHTS
Alex Wilson '07 is an on-camera meteorologist for The Weather Channel.
She currently hosts "Weather Center Live" weekdays from 2:00-5:00 p.m. ET with Dave Schwartz. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in both broadcast journalism and marketing from Syracuse University in May 2006. In December 2007, she graduated from Penn State with a bachelor's degree in meteorology.
Alexandra Wilson, a 2002 Emmaus High School graduate, has been an on-air meteorologist for The Weather Channel since March. (CONTRIBUTED PHOTO / October 4, 2013)
Alexandra Wilson TiVo Inc. Macungie native Alexandra Wilson is thrilled to be working alongside Cantore as a co-host of "Weather Center Live" five days a week. "It blows my mom's mind when I tell her that I'm going out for a drink after work with Jim Cantore," Wilson says, laughing. "For me this was always the dream job," Wilson says. "When you step foot in The Weather Channel studios, it's like weather Mecca." She's been an on-air meteorologist for the channel since March, when she was tapped to fill in for the pregnant Crystal Egger. "We're delighted to have Alex on board," says David Clark, president of The Weather Channel. Wilson wasn't always enamored with weather; she originally planned to be a sportscaster. "That's what I thought I always wanted to be," she says.