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IT'S RAINING weathergirls
Interviews by Jennifer Zajac
February 20, 1998
YOU TURN TO HER WHENEVER EL NI�O, THE EQUATORIAL REGION'S MOST POTENT EXPORT, THREATENS TO DESTROY YOUR PLANS...OR YOUR HOUSE. SHE IS YOUR MAVEN OF METEOROLOGY, THE ONLY PERSON ON YOUR AWARD-WINNING LOCAL NEWS TEAM WHO PROVIDES INFORMATION THAT ACTUALLY AFFECTS YOUR LIFE
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February 20, 1998

It's Raining Weathergirls

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I once received a box of hair-drier holders with no explanation. One guy sent ear covers that you slip on.

Ever had a problem with the chroma-key?

We broadcast from the station's backyard, and once, during a broadcast, squirrels were walking along the top of the chroma-key.

Sexiest weather term?

A wedge of warm air

Interested in doing weather on the equator?

I get almost every kind of weather condition in Denver, from snowstorms to tornadoes. I think I'd miss the challenge, since it's pretty consistent on the equator.

How many times have you seen Up Close and Personal?

Once. I love that movie, but it's not entirely realistic. Most news directors do not look like Robert Redford. Hel-lo!

Blizzard vs. hurricane?

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