KTLA 5’s meteorologist Vera Jimenez was born in Mexico but moved to California before she turned four years old. This eventually successful weather girl studied at Santa Ana Community College, and later Cal State Long Beach, where she graduated with honors. Her professional career began behind the scenes, where she produced traffic for Shadow Broadcasting.
And Jimenez has won multiple awards for her work in broadcast journalism. This has most notably included three Golden Mikes and two Emmys. These days, you can catch Vera delivering weather reports during prime time. She also hosts her own cooking show, called ‘Cooking with Vera.’
This bubbly brunette delivers weather reports on 'Despierta America' in Miami. But she’s no stranger to being on stage, thanks to her background in pageants. The Colombian native found her fame after participating in the reality show 'Nuestra Belleza Latina', in 2010.
Thanks to her beaming smile and warm personality, Ramirez has managed to accumulate quite a fan base. She has over 50,000 people following her on Facebook, and over 60,000 on Instagram, which is full of lifestyle photos of her doing everything from hiking to hanging out with her family. Ramirez has been married to her husband, Argentinian businessman Mariano Bacaleinik, since 2010.
Indra Petersons has been working in journalism since 2002. The California girl was born and raised in Los Angeles but went to school in Arizona. She earned her degree in Atmospheric Physics from the University of Arizona. That same year, she got hired as a meteorologist at KVIA in El Paso.
In 2003, she landed a job as a meteorologist and weather producer in Los Angeles, at KABC. She worked there for 10 years until she left for CNN’s 'New Day' and 'Newsroom' in 2013. That same year, she married her husband, Jake Wood. She is well-known for her work as a correspondent on 'Today'. The TV personality also has her own website, where she documents her travels and other adventures.
This bright-eyed blonde is best known for being a part of ABC7’s 'Eyewitness News' weather team. She grew up in southeastern Massachusetts alongside one sister. Winkler, being a stroke survivor herself, is also a part of the Western States Stroke Task Force, and actively works to educate others about living with loved ones after they’ve suffered a stroke.
Bri herself is not married yet, though she recently attended her parents’ remarriage on the beach in Florida and posted pictures of the event on her Instagram. She has over 20,000 followers on social media. She got her start in the industry on KAMR-TV in Amarillo, Texas, and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in Environmental Science.
Domenica Davis got her Broadcast Journalism degree from Boston University all the way back in 1999. Afterwards, she enrolled at Mississippi State, where she studied Broadcast Meteorology. She started interning in the news world when she was still in school and eventually blew up.
Her first professional job came in the form of a reporter and editor on Neighborhood Network News in Boston. From there, she worked her way up to WHDH-TV. These days, you can catch Davis delivering the weather on Atlanta’s, “The Lift.” Davis is married, and she and her husband are the proud parents to twin toddlers, Eleanor and Patrick.