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Rebecca Stevenson

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Chief Meteorologist

Phone: (206) ***-****  HQ Phone
2807 Third Avenue
Seattle , Washington 98121
United States

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Employment History

  • Meteorologist

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • second bachelor's degree , geosciences
    Mississippi State University
  • first bachelor's degree
    Tarkio College
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Web References
The trouble isn't limited just to ..., 16 Jan 2012 [cached]
The trouble isn't limited just to snowfall, said Rebecca Stevenson, chief meteorologist for KIRO-TV, a Herald news partner.
"The insult on Wednesday is not just the snow, it's going to be the wind," Stevenson said.
Meteorologist Rebecca ..., 6 Dec 2012 [cached]
Meteorologist Rebecca Stevenson has left KIRO TV having served as chief meteorologist since 2008. She came from KING-TV and NWCN to become KIRO's first female chief meteorologist, succeeding Andy Wappler.
She holds seals of approval from both the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association. She is an active member of both groups as well as the Puget Sound chapter of the AMS.
Northwest Broadcasters - Recent News Archives 2012 [cached]
10/09/12 - Meteorologist Rebecca Stevenson has left her position at KIRO-TV Seattle. There is a notation on her Twitter page and she continues to report weather on her Facebook page. Her name has been deleted from the KIRO-TV website.
Rebecca Stevenson, chief ... [cached]
Rebecca Stevenson, chief meteorologist for KIRO-TV, said it will be toasty, but temperatures should drop by the weekend. It will be a lot more pleasant than the heat wave scorching the East Coast.
"We are not going to be in excruciating humidity," Stevenson said.
Rebecca ..., 6 April 2006 [cached]
Rebecca Stevenson
On Tuesday, October 26, at 7 p.m. on KIRO 7, Chief Meteorologist Rebecca Stevenson will give Western Washington residents the first look at this latest technology that can potentially save lives and protect property.
Stevenson traveled to the National Weather Service's NEXRAD Radar Operations Center in Norman, Okla., to get first-hand experience with this tool that will allow her and the KIRO 7 Weather Team to provide customized forecasts for communities throughout Western Washington. Along with experts at the National Weather Service in Norman, she demonstrates how the WSR-88D will greatly improve the ability to predict and track precipitation in Western Washington.
According to Stevenson, "dual pol" provides two different views of the atmosphere.
"With the innovative technologies we have in the KIRO 7 Weather Center, combined with not one, but two WSR-88D systems, we will continue to bring Western Washington residents the clear, concise and precise forecasts they expect from us," says Stevenson.
In Winter's Warning, Stevenson also provides an in-depth look into the La Niña pattern expected this winter. La Niña is a weather cycle that occurs when water surface temperatures in the eastern and central tropical Pacific are cooler than normal. Stevenson says that La Niña winters are one- to three-degrees colder and precipitation is usually five percent above. She adds that some previous La Niña weather patterns have resulted in 25 percent more precipitation. Stevenson talks with Ted Buehner of the National Weather Service and Cliff Mass, University of Washington atmospheric scientist, about the effects La Niña is likely to have on Western Washington in the coming months.
Stevenson and Cliff Mass, along with Larry Schick of the US Army Corps of Engineers, describe how these rivers result in the Northwest's heaviest precipitation and whether we can expect to see them with La Niña.
Rebecca Stevenson Rebecca Stevenson is chief meteorologist at KIRO 7 Eyewitness News. She holds the Seal of Approval from the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association. She is an active member of both groups as well as the Puget Sound chapter of the AMS. She is working on her second bachelor's degree, in Atmospheric Sciences, and is pursuing the advanced Certified Broadcast Meteorologist designation.
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