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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
  • Another winter system to impact the St. Louis region overnight & Monday

    ST. LOUIS – Another winter system is headed toward the St. Louis region Sunday. Winter precipitation is expected for part of the region beginning overnight and lasting through Monday evening. There are still some questions, but right now, it looks like the precipitation will come in two rounds. Round 1: Late Sunday into early Monday morning. Cold rain mixes with and then changes to light snow. The area impacted will be mainly north and northwest of St. Louis. Up to […]

  • MoDOT preps for winter season with annual statewide drill

    ST. LOUIS – With the first flakes of the season in the forecast for Thursday night, you may have noticed more MoDOT vehicles on the roads today. Beginning around 8 a.m. Wednesday, MoDOT was out testing their readiness for the upcoming winter season with a statewide winter weather drill. This annual drill helps to make sure that everyone knows their roles during a winter storm so that they can do their jobs successfully. When winter weather hits, it takes more […]

  • Will rain interrupt Trick-or-Treating this evening?

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Everyone has a close eye on the forecast for Wednesday evening, with a question about whether or not it’ll rain for Trick-or-Treating. For the metro, it looks like we’ll get through the trick-or-treating hours dry.  However, for our southern counties, expect some spotty light rain around through the evening. Spooky clouds around and definitely cool for the entire region with temperatures in the low to mid 50°s but wind chills in the mid to upper 40°s. […]

  • Dave Murray’s final forecast wraps up 42 years in TV

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Meteorologist Dave Murray’s final forecast aired during FOX 2 news at 6:00pm. On FOX 2 News in the Morning, we said farewell to Glenn Zimmerman, who was promoted to Chief Meteorologist and will move to the evenings.  Starting next week, you will see Meteorologist Chris Higgins on FOX 2 News in the Morning. After 42-years in the television industry, Dave Murray is stepping down in September from the Chief Meteorologist role for FOX 2. He made […]

  • Senior at Hazelwood Central shot near campus

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – A senior at Hazelwood Central High School was taken to a local hospital after being shot just off the campus Wednesday afternoon. Officers responded to the 15800 block of New Halls Ferry Road around 2:40 p.m. A spokeswoman for the Hazelwood School District said, “educators and administrators were busy assessing the situation and sheltering students at the school.” According to Officer Benjamin Granda, a spokesman for the St. Louis County Police Department, the 18-year-old victim suffered a […]

  • Meet Fox 2 & News 11 Meteorologists Saturday, Aug. 25th for WeatherReady Fest

    ST. LOUIS – Join FOX 2 and News 11 Meteorologists on Saturday, August 25, at the St. Louis Science Center for WeatherReady Fest. The event runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is great for the entire family. WeatherReady Fest will feature meteorologists from across the country and 60 exhibits. The Fox 2 Storm Runner will be there, plus other chase vehicles and mobile radars. Storm spotter classes will also be offered. Tickets are free but must be reserved […]

  • Six Flags airing ‘Sharknado’ tonight from Hurricane Harbor wave pool

    EUREKA, Mo. – Mild temperatures and low humidity will make for a beautiful evening for any outdoor plans. August 1 is Shark in the Park Day at Six Flags and there’s a special event going on Wednesday that is free with theme park admission. The park typically closes at 8 p.m., but this evening, guests can stay after hours in Hurricane Harbor to watch “Sharknado” from their tube in the wave pool. A few rides will be open leading up […]

  • Extreme heat returns to the St. Louis region

    ST. LOUIS – Another round of heat continues to impact the St. Louis region. An Excessive Heat Warning and Heat Advisory are in effect through 10 p.m. Saturday. Temperatures will climb to the mid to upper 90°s Saturday afternoon. Southerly winds will continue to bring in Gulf of Mexico moisture, meaning dewpoints will be in the low to mid 70°s. When combining these high temperatures and high dewpoints, heat index values will reach dangerous levels. Peak heating will occur between […]

  • Wicked weather moves through St. Louis region

    ST. LOUIS – A powerful wave of storms pounded the St. Louis metropolitan area Thursday, bringing with them damaging wind gusts and dangerous lightning. Several municipalities were issued tornado warnings and thunderstorm watches throughout the late afternoon and into the evening. The fast-moving complex of storms moved across the metro area between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. As of 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Ameren reported approximately 36,000 people without power in Missouri and about 43,000 without power in Illinois. A few […]

  • 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 […]