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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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On my second day on the air, I wore a beautiful royal-blue dress, which was the same color as the chroma-key, and I would have disappeared. I had to wear my producer's Hawaiian shirt on the air.

Sexiest weather term?

Cold-air penetration.

Interested in doing weather on the equator?

I don't tan well, so I'd have to stay indoors a lot. I prefer Miami because it has exciting weather, and it's still warm.

How many times have you seen Up Close and Personal?

Just once. It wasn't very good.

Appearance tip?

One tiling that you can do on TV that you can't do in public is your lip lines: You can go outside of the lines and get the pouffy effect.

Blizzard vs. hurricane?

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