Jaclyn Selesky joined the Tucson News Now team in November 2018.
She was born and raised in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, but fear not, she’s no stranger to dry heat!
Before moving to Tucson, Jaclyn worked for the NBC affiliate in Eastern Washington (a similar climate to ours). There she was called the “jack of all trades” because she wore many hats reporting, anchoring, producing and filling in on the weather wall weekly.
That’s where she decided weather was where she wanted to be full-time.
Jaclyn went to Florida State University where she studied environmental science and media communications before transferring to Columbia College Chicago to major in broadcast journalism.
She is very excited to add another state to her journey! When she’s not at work, you can find Jaclyn taking full advantage of Tucson’s scenery by hiking, running or getting a little more heat in a hot yoga class.
She loves all kinds of food, music and exploring all Arizona has to offer! If you have any questions feel free to chat with her via Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or email.
Isolated to scattered thunderstorms continue into this evening and into early next week. In addition to that, sizzling temperatures staying put for these next few days as high pressure remains in the forecast.
Instead of waiting to react, there are things you can do now to prevent a wildfire from spreading near you. That includes cleaning the brush around your home, putting out any bonfires while camping and not tossing out lit cigarettes.