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Most Beautiful Weather Girls on Television

Predicting the weather is a tough job, but someone has to do it, right? Fortunately, we live in a visual world and that means that broadcast companies pay attention to who they put on your TV screen. Over the past couple of decades, we’ve been undergoing a weather anchor revolution. Nowadays, more and more networks are turning to the most beautiful and qualified weather women in the world to handle all of your meteorology needs. Today, we are going to showcase the most beautiful and skilled weather girls in the world!

Bri Winkler

Let’s get our list started with the great Bri Winkler. At just 24-years-old, Winkler survived a stroke. This would lead the beautiful Bri Winkler to become an advocate for stroke awareness and stroke survivors. She’s the youngest weather professional on the Eyewitness News team and she has a Master’s Degree in Environmental Science and Management. Oh, yeah, she’s also drop-dead gorgeous.

Jill Nicolini

Jill Nicolini is another high-profile weather forecaster. After studying at the New York Institute of Technology, Nicolini has turned into a decorated meteorologist. Nicolini has worked for a number of stations throughout the New York region, including CBS2, WPIX, and WNYW. Nicolini has also appeared on ‘Law and Order’ and ‘Sex and the City’.

Megan Glaros

The fiery Megan Glaros has been rocking the weather desk for stations throughout the country. Glaros has worked as an entertainment reporter and a weather forecaster in Chicago, New York, and Indiana. If Glaros looked slightly familiar, you might have known her for her work as a cheerleader for the Indianapolis Colts before she made the move to CBS Chicago.

Gabriela Grechi

Gabriela Grechi was born in Milan, Italy. Known as much for her good looks as her personality, Grechi made her break on television in the show ‘Orario Cotinuato’ which roughly translates to ‘Lunch Break’. Since then, Grechi has become a viral sensation thanks to her ridiculous looks and slight wardrobe malfunctions.

Sheena Parveen

Sheena Parveen was born in Indian. At a young age, she dreamed of moving to America in order to pursue higher education. After moving to the United States, Parveen would attend Florida State University in pursuit of her degree. After graduating from FSU, Parveen would bounce around at stations in Florida, Tallahassee, and eventually in Philadelphia. After a few good years in Philly, Parveen would wind up in San Diego.

Magda Palimariu

It’s hard to do much research on Magda Palimariu thanks to the fact that almost all of her information is based out of Romania, her home country. What we do know is that Palimariu is insanely popular back home, as evidenced by the 65 thousand followers that she has on Instagram. Palimariu works for Pro TV out of Romania.

Roxana Vancea

Roxana Vancea has something that most weatherwomen simply do not, tattoos! With her rocking tattoos, Vancea has set herself apart from the rest of the industry. She’s also incredibly popular on Instagram where she has more than 350,000 followers. Vancea is a fitness ambassador when she isn’t working in front of the news desk.

Yanet Garcia

Yanet Garcia is, perhaps, the most popular weather forecaster in the world. Garcia has more than 10 million followers on Instagram as well as a lucrative modeling contract whenever she decides that she wants it. Garcia works for Televisa Monterrey where her appearances are regularly recorded and posted online. If you want to get to know Garcia more, definitely check out her social media accounts.

Angie Gonzalez

Angie Gonzalez is a weatherwoman who works in Venezuela. She was born in January of 1981 and she has been working in the industry for over a decade. Gonzalez loves to cycle almost as much as she loves to flash her smile during her work. Gonzalez works on a morning show for the local stations in Venezuela.

Jackie Johnson

If you thought that Jackie Johnson had the Hollywood ‘look’, you would have been right! Not only is Jackie Johnson an accomplished meteorologist, but she’s also a talented performer. After graduating from Middle Tennessee State, Johnson would go on to perform in ‘All About Steve’, ‘Battleship’, ‘Las Vegas’, and ‘NCIS’. Oh, yeah, she’s also always there to give you your daily forecast.

Ximena Cordoba

Ximena Londono Cordoboa is an actress, model, and weatherwoman from Colombia. Cordoba has worked on a variety of different projects in her entertainment career. She has worked as a host on the TNT Movie Club as well as a host on ‘Despierta America’ which is run by Univision.  Cordoba is also an accomplished actress with sixteen credits to her name.

Araksya Karapetyan

We aren’t even going to attempt to pronounce her last name. We’ll just say that Araksya Karapetyan is as accomplished a meteorologist as you could hope for. Born in Armenia, Karapetyan was a witness to the Armenian earthquake in 1988. She emigrated with her family to the United States where Karapetyan would study journalism at Syracuse University. Now, she works as a weather reporter and anchorwoman for Fox 11 in Los Angeles.

Sugey Abrego

Sugey Abrego was born and raised in Mexico. She has been working as a model, presenter, and weatherwoman for Canal 4, a local news station in Mexico. Outside of her work on television, Abrego has appeared on the cover of Maxim Mexico in 2009. Abrego has appeared in a number of different modeling publications.

Indra Petersons

We expect Indra Petersons to have a career in broadcasting as long as her legs, which is to say, quite long! Indra Petersons studied atmospheric physics at the University of Arizona. Petersons would graduate with a B.A. in physics and a minor in business and math. Now,  you can find Petersons working on CNN’s ‘New Day’ program as well as NBC News.

Elita Loresca

Elita Loresca is an American-Filipino newscaster who currently serves the Houston, TX market. Loresca started her career by working on KCBS-TV in Los Angeles where she would help assemble scripts and teleprompter messaging. Loresca graduated from Cal State Fullerton before attending Mississippi State for her meteorology certificate. Loresca won the trophy for ‘America’s Sexiest Newscaster’ in a vote performed by FHM.

Chita Craft

Chita Craft works on the KHOU 11 program, ‘News This Morning’. Born and raised in Knoxville, TN, Craft brings a southern flair to every forecast. Craft would attend Arizona State University before moving on to Mississippi State University. She would graduate with a Bachelor of Science. Craft has appeared on ‘The Price is Right’ as a contestant where she would go on to win her Showcase Showdown round.

Christina Loren

Christina Loren was born and raised in Palm Springs, CA. Christina graduated from California State University-Chico where she would earn her B.A. in Economics as well her minor in communications. Loren has also attended Mississippi State University where she earned her meteorological certification. Loren has been working in the industry for decades and she has trained several professional meteorologists.

Christina Blackwell

Christina Blackwell was born and raised in San Antonio. Her mother came from Mexico and her father came from Alabama. As a result, Blackwell is bilingual with both Spanish and English. She worked at Univision for nearly a decade before transitioning to KENS-TV in San Antonio. Oh, yeah, Blackwell is also a trained chef!

Jackie Guerrido

Jackie Guerrido graduated from the University of Miami where she studied meteorology. Born in Puerto Rico, Guerrido got her big break by working for Univision before landing a gig on ‘Despierta America’. After a while, Guerrido decided to go back to Univision to work as an anchor for ‘Primer Impacto’. Guerrido has more than 820,000 fans on her Instagram account.

Maria Quiban

Maria Quiban was born in Cebu City in the Philippines. When she was just nine years old, her family moved to Honolulu, HI.  After graduating from Aiea High School, Quiban would attend the University of Hawaii in pursuit of her journalism degree. Eventually, Quiban made her way to Los Angeles in order to work as a weatherwoman for the Orange County News. Quiban has appeared in several film and television roles, including ‘Bruce Almighty’ and ‘Cold Case’.

Sian Welby

Sian Welby is one of the most popular weather broadcasters in the U.K. Originally from Upton in England, Welby first appeared in print for an advertisement in New! magazine. Since then, Welby has been working as a weather broadcaster where she has achieved some level of viral fame. Welby is known for adding puns and movie references to all of her reports.

Maria Molina

Maria Molina is famous for her radiant good looks, her stunning personality, and her ability to broadcast the weather. Molino is most well known for her work on Fox News as their on-air meteorologist. Molina was born in Nicaragua but she was raised in South Florida. She graduated from FSU in 2008 with a B.S. in meteorology and a minor in mathematics and communications. Molina is now pursuing her PhD.

Susana Almeida

Susan Almeida is a weather broadcaster who became famous thanks to a viral, ahem, incident. Almeida was caught on a live broadcast experiencing a disastrous wardrobe malfunction. The clip would go viral and the forecaster would become internet-famous as a result. Now, Almeida’s weather broadcasts are appointment television for fans around the world.

Lluvia Carrillo

Lluvia Carrillo was born in Monterrey, Mexico, in 1994. Carrillo is one of the freshest faces in the meteorological world and that has certainly gained her a few fans. Carrillo appears on Televisa Monterrey where she works as a weatherwoman. Carrillo first broke into the industry as a journalist and sports channel host.

Jennifer Delgado

Jennifer Delgado went to school at Webster University which is in St. Louis. At Webster University, Delgado would earn her B.A. in Broadcast Journalism. After graduating from Webster, Delgado would attend Mississippi State University in order to earn her Certificate of Broadcast Meteorology. Now, Delgado is known for her work on CNN and The Weather Channel.

Mayte Carranco

Mayte Carranco is an ultra-famous anchorwoman who is known as much for her work as for her crazy good looks. Carranco used to work in Juarez but now she operates out of Mexico City. Carranco is a devoted animal lover, singer, and vegetarian. You can find Carranco all over social media thanks to her massive fanbase.

Carolina Ramirez

Carolina Ramirez is a Colombian-born weatherwoman. Ramirez began working in the entertainment field as a beauty pageant contestant. Eventually, she was hired to work the weather for Despierta America. After quickly becoming a fan-favorite, Ramirez was grabbed up by Univision. Now, Ramirez is known for her charisma, beauty, and upbeat, fun forecasts.

Lauren Sanchez

Lauren Sanchez attended the University of Southern California in pursuit of her B.A. in communications. Born in New Mexico, Sanchez started out her career working as a desk assistant for the KCOP-TV station in Los Angeles. After years of hard work, Sanchez would work her way up to the position of the on-air reporter and weatherwoman.

Evelyn Taft

Evelyn Taft graduated from the University of Southern California. In college, Taft sought out a degree in political science and broadcast journalism. During her school years, Taft worked the weather for USC’s Annenberg School of Journalism.Taft is another Mississippi State University graduated, as well. Taft has worked for the National Weather Association during her career.

Vera Jimenez

Vera Jimenez is one of the prettiest weatherwomen in the world. In her 50s, Jimenez is no rookie to the industry. Jimenez was born in Mexico City, Mexico before her family moved to the United States. Jimenez would graduate from California State University before heading to Mississippi State University to study meteorology. Jimenez has a pair of Emmy Awards to her name.

Diana Alvarado

Diana Alvarado is quickly becoming one of the most popular weather girls in the world. Alvarado is based out of Juarez where she works for Channel 44. While Alvarado is just as accomplished as any other meteorologist, she has gained more than 12k followers on Instagram thanks to her stunning good looks and amazing fashion sense.

Robin Meade

Robin Meade is as accomplished as an anchor and journalist as you could possibly want. Meade was raised in Ohio where she would go on to attend Ashland University. After majoring in programming and performance, Meade would land an anchor position on the HLN morning show, ‘Morning Express with Robin Meade.’ Meade is also the former Miss Ohio winner from 1992.

Liberte Chan

Liberte Chan is another anchorwoman who found her way to fame thanks to a viral video. Chan experienced a goofy wardrobe malfunction during a live broadcast. The clip would be recorded and uploaded online where it would quickly go viral. Now, Chan is known for her colorful wardrobe and bubbly personality.

Alex Wilson

Alex Wilson is a gorgeous weather broadcaster best known for her work on The Weather Channel. Wilson began her career in 2013 and she has quickly risen to the top of the pecking order in the intervening years. Wilson is a graduate from Syracuse University where she studied broadcast journalism. Wilson also attended Penn State where she would graduate with her degree in meteorology.

Sonya Hill

Sonya Hill is a sizzling hot forecaster from Corpus Christi, Texas. Hill grew up in Texas but she also lived for a spot of time in Neuvo Leon in Mexico. Outside of her work on the air, Hill has competed in a variety of swimsuit competitions, including Swimsuit USA International. Hill is a graduate of Texas A&M Corpus Christi.

Vania Manzano

Vania Manzano went viral for her work on the TV broadcast, Azteca Jalisco. Manzano is one of the OG weatherwomen to go viral on the internet. Manzano’s Instagram account is a MUST follow if you like her work, as she is active and responsive with her fans. Manzano has more than 120,000 total followers at the time of this writing.

Alejandra Medina

Alejandra Medina is a model, former beauty queen, TV host, and weatherwoman. Medina works for TV Azteca as one of their most high-profile employees. Outside of her work on television, Medina is also an entrepreneur. Medina founded the makeup company known as Countour. She has over 20,000 fans on her Instagram account and another 14,000 fans on her Facebook account.

Leticia Castro

Leticia Castro works for Telemundo as a weatherwoman. Telemundo is an affiliate of the Las Vegas market. Castro has also appeared on newscasts in Sacramento and Houston. Outside of her work as an anchor, Castro is a prolific model. Castro recently won an Emmy Award in 2019 for her work on ‘La Herramienta del Futuro’.

Mary Gamarra

Mary Gamarra is a prominent newscaster on the Telemundo network. Originally working for a variety of shows, Gamarra has appeared on ‘Cada Dia con Madrid Antonieta’ almost every morning. A graduate from New York University, Gamarra has a degree in journalism and an internship at CNN on her resume. Talk about prepared for the job!

Marilu Kaufman

Marilu Kaufman will round out our list, sad to say. Kaufman is a Spanish weatherwoman who works for Multimedios Television. Kaufman is as well known for her work as an anchor as she is for her stunning style on television. We have a feeling that many husbands get yelled at for watching the weather broadcast.


Diver Makes Stunning Ancient Find Off Florida Coast: ‘Very Rare’

Renee Yates



A diver in Florida recently made an incredible discovery while exploring the waters off the state’s coast.

Kyle Lundberg, who studied marine biology at the University of South Florida, was diving off Manasota Key, about 90 miles south of Tampa, when he stumbled upon an ancient mastodon tusk. He found this remarkable relic back in April while searching for fossils.

The tusk, which hasn’t been dated yet, could be millions of years old. Although he’s only 29 years old, Lundberg has been scuba diving for 12 years and has been hunting for fossils since he was “old enough to walk.”

“My dad would take us out to construction sites all the time to look for fossils as a kid,” Lundberg shared. He mentioned that while finding small pieces and chunks of tusk is common, discovering one as large and well-preserved as this is very rare. Tusks found in Florida are usually very delicate and often crumble apart.

According to the National Park Service (NPS), American mastodons went extinct around 10,500 years ago. Their fossils have been discovered across North America and Central America, from Alaska to Mexico. Despite what some people might think, mastodons are not the same as mammoths, though they are related and share a common ancestor with mammoths and elephants. Mastodons could grow as tall as 10 feet.

The NPS explains that while mastodons have been around since 4 to 3 million years ago, mammoths didn’t arrive in North America until much later, during the Pleistocene ice ages, which spanned from 2.6 million years ago to 11,700 years ago. Mastodons did live alongside mammoths in many areas, but all of these large creatures went extinct by about 10,500 years ago.

Lundberg has some advice for aspiring fossil hunters: remember to get a fossil permit. In Florida, these permits only cost five dollars each. “My best tip is to get out and explore and keep your head down,” he said. “This stuff is out there and all over the state.”

As for what will happen to the ancient mastodon tusk, Lundberg plans to keep it unless experts decide it is important enough to donate. “I plan on keeping it, but I do have to report it at the end of the year to the Florida Museum of Natural History,” he said. “If they deem it scientifically important, I have to donate it, but that is very unlikely.”

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Daring Rescue: Duluth Firefighters Save Dog from Frigid Lake Superior

Kevin Wells



In a heart-pounding rescue mission on the shores of Duluth, Minnesota, a brave dog found himself in a perilous situation after leaping into the icy waters of Lake Superior. The daring rescue unfolded amidst eight-foot waves that crashed against the shore, creating a challenging environment for both man and canine.

The intense situation began when the adventurous dog managed to slip out of his leash, enticed by the allure of a chilly swim. Unbeknownst to the canine, Lake Superior’s vast expanse presented a danger he hadn’t anticipated. The situation quickly escalated, prompting the owner to dial emergency services.

To pinpoint the distressed dog’s location, dispatchers utilized cameras on a life bridge, offering a bird’s-eye view of the unfolding drama. The dog, buffeted by the relentless waves, struggled to stay afloat as firefighters donned specialized ice suits to brave the frigid waters.

These ice suits, designed for extreme cold-water rescues, provide a crucial barrier between the icy environment and the rescuers. Comprising layers of insulated materials, these suits not only keep firefighters warm but also offer buoyancy and protection against the harsh elements.

As the brave firefighters plunged into the turbulent waters, the dog faced the dual challenges of the waves and the numbing cold. Despite the difficult conditions, the rescue team, guided by the worried owner who remained on the shore, managed to locate the struggling canine.

The dog, large and frightened, repeatedly disappeared beneath the waves, making the rescue a daunting task. Through effective communication between the owner and the firefighters, the team successfully secured the dog by the collar, preventing him from slipping away.

Once the dog was safely in their grasp, both the firefighters and the canine were brought to safety aboard a waiting boat. The dog, now shivering and scared, received prompt medical attention. After warming up, the resilient pup even leaped happily into his owner’s car, a heartwarming conclusion to a potentially tragic event.

The Duluth Fire Department, often questioned about responding to animal-related emergencies, emphasized the significance of such actions in a Facebook post. They highlighted the deep bond between pets and their families, explaining that in their experience, if emergency responders did not intervene, well-meaning bystanders might take unnecessary risks.

The post also revealed a chilling detail: one of the dog’s owners had considered jumping into the treacherous waters. The fire department strongly discouraged such actions, emphasizing the importance of leaving water rescues to trained professionals equipped with the necessary gear.

“The Duluth Fire Department wants to stress to the public the importance of not putting yourself into a situation you are neither trained nor equipped to handle,” the post warned. “Given the wave and temperature conditions in the canal last night, anyone entering the water without the proper training and equipment would most likely have ended in tragedy.”

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Teenager Sam Sieracki Soars to New Heights, Solving Rubik’s Cube in Free Fall





Seventeen-year-old Sam Sieracki has etched his name into the Guinness World Records by solving a Rubik’s Cube while skydiving over West Australia. Jumping out of an airplane at 14,000 feet, Sam achieved the remarkable feat in just 28.25 seconds, breaking the previous record of 30.14 seconds held by Nitin Subramanian of the United States.

In a daring display of skill and concentration, Sam described the intense experience of solving the Rubik’s Cube in free fall. “It’s really intense. It’s very loud because you’ve got all the wind in your face,” Sam explained. “So it’s a lot harder to concentrate than if I’m just on the ground solving it… my record on the ground is a lot faster than in the air – it’s about 6.5 seconds.”

Despite facing challenges in the sky, Sam, who is both a speed-cuber and a skydiving enthusiast, tackled the feat with enthusiasm. It took him five attempts to surpass the previous record, showcasing his determination and resilience.

Sam, who has been attending speed-cubing competitions since 2017, expressed confidence in breaking the record but admitted that the challenge proved to be more demanding than expected. “Having attended speed-cubing competitions since 2017, I was confident about breaking the record, but it ended being far more challenging than expected and took me five attempts to achieve,” Sam remarked.

The teenager’s passion for both speed-cubing and skydiving has been a driving force in his pursuits. “I decided that I want to be a solo skydiver, so waited impatiently to turn 16 … so that I could become a licensed skydiver and go by myself,” Sam shared. “Since then, I’ve gone up to Jurien Bay every school holidays to do a few jumps, and am now up to 80 jumps in my second year of skydiving.”

Acknowledging the support of his loved ones, Sam expressed gratitude to his biggest fans and supporters, his mother and girlfriend, who encouraged him to break the world record. As a self-proclaimed rookie in the skydiving world, Sam doesn’t set grand goals but aims to continue improving his skills with each jump, all while enjoying the thrilling experience.

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Daughter Overwhelms Parents Restaurant With Customers By Posting On TikTok

Renee Yates



A seven-second video posted on TikTok by Jennifer Le has saved her parents’ Vietnamese pho restaurant from going out of business. In the video, Le showed the empty restaurant and her dad looking sad at the register. She then asked for social media’s help to keep the restaurant in business. The restaurant is in California and was doing ok before the pandemic, but has since had trouble getting customers to dine in.

The video went viral, and within hours, it had garnered millions of views and shares. People all over the world were touched by Le’s message and began sharing the video on their social media accounts. The response was overwhelming, with people expressing their support for the restaurant and their willingness to help.

As a result of the video, the restaurant was flooded with customers, many of whom had never heard of the place before. The increased business allowed Le’s parents to keep the restaurant open and the phones are ringing off the hook. The family was overwhelmed by the outpouring of support and expressed their gratitude to everyone who had shared the video and visited the restaurant.

Le’s video is a perfect example of the power of social media to effect change. In just seven seconds, she was able to capture the attention of millions of people and inspire them to take action. The video also highlights the struggles faced by small businesses during the pandemic and the importance of community support in keeping these businesses afloat.

Le’s video has since become a source of inspiration for many people who are struggling with similar issues. It serves as a reminder that even the smallest actions can have a significant impact, and that we all have the power to make a difference in our communities.

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Massive Sandcastle Built by Auckland Brothers Impresses Scores of Beachgoers

Kevin Wells



When you have run out of Christmas ideas, nothing beats going to the beach and letting your creative juices flow. That’s what two brothers in New Zealand did this past Boxing Day and ended up with an amazing and eye-catching sandcastle.

After building a massive sandcastle on Boxing Day, two Auckland boys gained praise from other people around Mt Maunganui’s beach area that day.

Jared and Paul Brandon spent 10 hours that day building a two-meter-high sandcastle, beginning with a sketch of the structure “on a piece of A4 paper” and beginning at high tide. The pair plans to turn this into a Boxing Day ritual.

On Christmas Eve, the brothers started strategizing on how to top last year’s one-meter-high tower on Boxing Day 2021.

Because Jared and Paul are “very competitive,” they wanted to outdo their performance from the previous year. Before beginning their construction, the two searched online for sandcastle designs after visiting Bunnings to get tools, buckets, as well as a footrest.

Both residents and visitors have expressed admiration and astonishment at the beautiful creation.

Jared chuckles, “A guy is assessing how tall it is currently with his beach umbrella.

Jared informed the media, “This one is 2 meters, so we needed a few footstools to climb up tall enough and also used a builder’s level so it didn’t topple over.

The 150-liter pail was the biggest we were able to use, and the traditional household bucket was a fairly small one. We purchased them both from Bunnings.

Paul explains, “There are a few techniques, such as two portions of water to one portion of sand.”

Then came the spatulas to shape the windows, then toothpicks for creating the roof piles, as well as the straws for blowing off the “extra sand.”

The previous night, the two worked on it until 8 p.m., and unlike last year, it is still standing.

“Time went by incredibly quickly; it seemed like we were only at the beach for five hours, instead of ten.” “Paul spoke to the press.

He claims that while working for a California hotel plus learning how to construct sandcastles as a kid-friendly activity, he acquired the skill there about eight years ago.

“Now that he’s used that knowledge and developed it, he taught me. Therefore, for the previous four to five years, whenever we had the time, we would construct a sandcastle once a year ” says Jared.

The two, who are both camera operators, intend to go much further next year and are hoping to enlist the aid of a larger family.

We will attempt to teach my sister as well as my brother-in-law to assist us as they appear interested this year. “We are striving to dredge up more relatives to get involved in creating a village in 2023.”

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