Jaclyn Selesky

Jaclyn Selesky

Tucson

Jaclyn Selesky

KOLD's Jaclyn Selesky

Jaclyn Selesky joined the KOLD News 13 team in November 2018.

She was born and raised in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, but fear not, she’s no stranger to triple-digit heat.

Before moving to Tucson, Jaclyn worked in the Tri-Cities, Washington as an anchor, reporter and main fill-in on the weather wall. 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 currently enrolled in Mississippi State University where she is just a few semesters away from completing her certificate in Broadcast and Operational Meteorology.

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.

If you have any questions feel free to chat with her via Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or email.

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Recent Articles by Jaclyn

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Get ready for winter storm #2.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: First Alert Action Day(s) and a Winter Storm Watch.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Our dry and warm weather continues through tomorrow before much needed rain moves in beginning on Tuesday.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Break out the umbrellas. We have a First Alert Action Day next week as our rain chances increase.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Get ready for a picture-perfect weekend!

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Enjoy the warm before the storm! 70s stick with us through your weekend before we see a big pattern change.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Calendar confusion! Our afternoon temperatures will have it feeling more like March than January.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Our string of 60s will continue for these next few days as a weaker system passes through late Sunday into Monday.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Dry and mild weather is expected throughout the week as temperatures run several degrees above average.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Tracking a slight warming trend as we head into next week.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Our cold overnight lows will continue through the weekend. High pressure will return pushing our daytime highs back to above normal by early next week.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Decreasing clouds and chilly temperatures for your New Year’s Eve!

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Cold air sticks with us through the final day of 2020!

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: What a way to start a new week! Tomorrow marks the winter solstice and the great conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Weekend weather looks merry and bright! Temperatures climb for the first day of winter.

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Tracking a few temperature swings throughout next week!

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Snow for the White Mountains, dry for the rest of us.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Slightly warmer for your Sunday. This warming trend will continue through the middle of next week before out next system moves through.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Sunday will start with another chilly morning followed by a warmer afternoon.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Mother Nature is giving us a lot to be thankful for as we head into your Thanksgiving week!

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Thankful for mild weather in the coming week.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: The warm up that began today will carry us through much of next week with temperatures ranging from the upper-80s to the lower-90s. A few daily records will be in jeopardy.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Enjoy this weekend. A mid-November heat wave is around the corner!

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Our next weather maker is heading in our direction bringing with it another round of rain overnight through tomorrow morning, mountain snow and much cooler temperatures.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Back-to-Back storms bringing wind, scattered showers and much cooler temperatures.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Not feeling very fall-like for the first week of November.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Be sure to check out the full blue Hunter’s Moon on this Halloween! Heading into November, temperatures are going to be warming back up into the 90s.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: The first freeze of the season has prompted a freeze and hard freeze watch for Southern Arizona as temperatures plunge.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Get ready for some weather whiplash!

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: When will it end?! Today was the coolest day we have seen all month. Beginning tomorrow, temperatures will warm to well above average before we attempt to break more records by next Tuesday and Wednesday.