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Meteorologist Jaime Travers can be seen on television in St. Louis weekend and weekday mornings. Jaime was born and raised in Chesterfield and graduated from Parkway Central High School in 2004. Her interest in weather developed from her fascination with tornadoes. Her dad’s childhood home in Chesterfield was destroyed by the F4 tornado of January 1967 that ripped through Chesterfield, Creve Coeur and Maryland Heights of St. Louis County. This made her question “why weather happens.”

Jaime started her career at KFVS in Cape Girardeau, MO and then moved to tornado alley to work at KSN in Wichita, KS. In December 2014, she earned her Certified Broadcast Meteorologist seal from the American Meteorological Society.

Jaime graduated with highest honors from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science degree in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. While at Georgia Tech, Jaime was a student volunteer at the National Weather Service office in Peachtree City, GA. Later, Jaime attended Saint Louis University to earn her Master’s degree in Meteorology. Her thesis examined atmospheric environments similar to the catastrophic flooding event of May 2010 in Nashville, TN. This research was motivated by the simple fact, “flooding is the number one cause of weather-related deaths.” While at SLU, her research results were used to design products for National Weather Service offices across the country. Jaime also interned at KTVI/KPLR during the summer of 2010.

In Jaime’s free time, she enjoys dance, hot yoga and outdoor activities while rooting for the Cardinals and the Blues. At home, Jaime enjoys hosting BBQs on the patio or cooking on a quiet evening with her husband, Evan and her Pomeranian, Amber.


Recent Articles
  • Excessive heat warning issued for St. Louis through Monday

    ST. LOUIS – The National Weather Service in Saint Louis has issued an excessive heat warning until Monday at 8 p.m. for St. Louis City and surrounding counties. The rest of the St. Louis region is under a heat advisory through 8 p.m. Monday. Temperatures will climb to the mid to upper 90°s each afternoon and evening. When combining these hot temperatures with dewpoints in the 70°s, heat index readings will be 100° to 110°. Take extra precautions if you work […]

  • Dave Murray’s forecast and disco…for…THE WEEKEND…JUNE 2-3, 2018

    Dave Murray’s forecast and disco…for…THE WEEKEND…JUNE 2-3, 2018 . On to the first weekend of June…the focus…a cool front rolling by Saturday evening…ahead of the front Saturday…behind the front Sunday with a variety of weather…Saturday…maybe a fading thunderstorm early morning…otherwise partly sunny, hot and humid…90 for the high…then….more storms rumbling around on Saturday…especially mid to late afternoon and evening…the window 4pm to 10pm…concerns about more severe weather…especially…STL and points west and south…then…quiet on Sunday…partly sunny, windy, cooler 82 for the […]

  • Tornado Watch issued for southern counties Thursday afternoon & evening

    A Severe Tornado Watch has been issued for southern portions of the FOX 2 viewing area and is in effect until 8 p.m. Thursday. The Tornado Watch does not include St. Louis County or St. Louis City. Strong storms rolled through Thursday morning but sunshine returned and has helped to heat up and destabilize the atmosphere again. This watch means conditions are favorable for severe storms to develop and potentially produce tornadoes. In addition to the tornado threat, large hail […]

  • Dave Murray’s Latest weather discussion(the disco) for STL …THURSDAY…MAY 3, 2018

    Dave Murray’s Latest weather discussion(the disco) for STL …THURSDAY…MAY 3, 2018 . My Summer forecast for STL…Thursday night May 17th…will keep you up to date. . Unsettled skies on this Thursday…clouds with some sun and still some scattered storms possible…especially first thing in the morning from the overnight storms…still windy and warm on Thursday…near 80 degrees…questions about a recharge of the air mass for the late afternoon and evening on Thursday…we keep the ideas on the table…any action blows out […]

  • Big weather pattern change expected to bring much needed rain to the region

    We are heading into an active weather pattern that’s going to bring multiple rounds of rain and thunderstorms to the St. Louis region (and much of the Midwest) this week. The first round will come through tonight into Monday morning and a few more rounds will be possible through at least Tuesday night. Southwest flow will be in control and that will bring a ton of moisture to the area – straight from the Gulf of Mexico. This means there […]

  • Winter weather possible Tuesday into Tuesday night

      ST. LOUIS, MO —  A cold front moved through early Sunday morning and temperatures are falling along with gusty winds out of the northwest which will cause wind chills in the teens for most of the afternoon. Flurries will also be possible, but won’t amount to much. A few spots of light snow will be around Monday evening into early Tuesday morning, but better snow chances stay north and northeast of the St. Louis region. The main concern for […]

  • Icy winter mix and hazardous travel conditions expected on Sunday

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis is still on track to see a mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain Sunday. A Winter Weather Advisory will be in effect from 12PM Sunday until 3AM Monday. A mix of snow and sleet has developed west of St. Louis and is moving toward the northeast. This mix will change to freezing rain as temperatures warm above freezing into the afternoon. A cold rain will be around through the evening before the precipitation ends late Sunday night/early Monday. […]

  • Wind chill advisory sees negative temperatures across St. Louis area

    ST. LOUIS – A wind chill advisory is still in effect for the entire bi-state region until 12 p.m. Tuesday. Lows Monday morning dropped to -6° in St. Louis and wind chills fell below -20°. Wind chill values north of the St. Louis metro were closer to -30°. Arctic air will continue to move into the region due to a strong high pressure system to the northwest. Highs Monday will struggle to climb to the upper single digits in St. […]

  • Severe weather possible in St. Louis Sunday afternoon and evening

    ST. LOUIS – Severe weather will be possible Sunday afternoon and evening across the St. Louis region as a line of strong thunderstorms develops ahead of a cold front. Tstorms, some severe, develop mid/late afternoon. Strongest storms could bring large hail, damaging wind gusts, & isolated tornadoes. #stlwx pic.twitter.com/rmoGfULx86 — Angela Hutti (@AngWxGrl) November 5, 2017 Sunday afternoon will be breezy,  warm, and quite humid as the cold front approaches from the northwest. Temperatures will climb to near 80 degrees, […]

  • Dave Murray’s Latest STL forecast and weather disco…FRIDAY…OCTOBER 6, 2017

    Dave Murray’s Latest STL forecast and weather disco…FRIDAY…OCTOBER 6, 2017 . Lets do it again…the two elements in play today and into part of the weekend…the moist southerly flow and a slow moving front from the west that will hang up…changeable skies, humid with waves of showers and a few thunderstorms…severe weather will be tough to find…In the warm wedge today…low 80’s…very humid…spotty rain…not expecting much. Keep the ideas going Saturday…a few showers and storms…a very windy day on Saturday…80 […]

  • Six amazing things you can see during the total solar eclipse

      During the Great American Solar Eclipse on Monday, there are many things you can see and hear during the process and at totality. As the eclipse approaches totality, shadows will look sharper and winds will dissipate – much like what happens on a typical evening around sunset. The sky will change to a darker shade of blue and temperatures will begin to drop as more and more of the sun is covered by the moon. When the eclipse is […]

  • St. Louis solar eclipse forecast

    All morning I mentioned there was a lot of uncertainty with the forecast for not only Monday, but also for Sunday night. The atmospheric models I’ve been looking at through this morning and early afternoon have been very inconsistent. Not only have they been inconsistent, but they were wrong…when it came to what was happening this morning. When models can’t even properly predict the first few hours of the forecast – they tend to go even more downhill as you […]