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Van Cise grew up in Western ...
Van Cise grew up in Western Washington in the city of Issaquah.
Lisa Van Cise
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Lisa Van Cise joined NorthWest Cable News in March of 2007.
is a part of NWCN's "First Edition" as a morning reporter and also a fill in weather anchor.
grew up in Western Washington in the city of Issaquah.
Her education and work experience include a degree from Washington State University's Edward R. Murrow School of Communications, and spending two years as a reporter and weather anchor at KIMA-TV, the CBS affiliate in Yakima, Wash., before coming to NWCN.
When Van Cise
is not working, she
enjoys dancing (ballet, modern, jazz) boating, hiking, and most importantly Cougar football.
KIMA - Yakima 29
Lisa Van Ciselisa@kimatv.com
The transition to the wetter and ...
The transition to the wetter and warmer conditions will likely be a bit messy both Monday and Tuesday, said KING 5 Meteorologist Lisa Van Cise.
"The amount of moisture for both days is quite light.
However, with our cold air firmly in place, the light showers will likely start in the form of snow flurries Monday," she
said it looks like the showers will push in by late morning north of Everett, along the coast, and through the Strait.
"It's not terribly unusual to get ...
"It's not terribly unusual to get what we call a temperature inversion the cold air and fog at the surface, the warm and sunnier air aloft," said KING 5 Meteorologist Lisa Van Cise.
"As the rain increases, strong and ...
"As the rain increases, strong and damaging winds will pick up with peak gusts of 60 mph+ possible along the coast and in the northwest interior," said KING 5 Meteorologist Lisa Van Cise.