Jaclyn Selesky

Jaclyn Selesky

Tucson

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 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.

Contact Jaclyn

Email: jselesky@kold.com


Recent Articles by Jaclyn

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: No rain in sight for southern AZ!

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Temperatures will gradually cool back into the 90s.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Same old song: triple digits and dry conditions as our monsoon comes to an end.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Widespread haze sticks with us through tomorrow before we see some improvement by next week.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: We are almost done with this excessive heat! A cold front is going to move through bringing a chance for showers and storms, gusty winds and much cooler temperatures.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: We had another record-breaking day today! Triple digits stick around through early next week before a big cool down heads our way!

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Shower and thunderstorm chances continue through the beginning of next week along with cooler temperatures.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Flash flood watch has been extended through tomorrow night.

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Relief is in sight! The heat will back off by this weekend making way for highs in the 90s!

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Hot and hazy with better storm chances by this weekend.

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Excessive heat returns as our storm chances wind down by the middle of next week.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Sunday is still shaping up to be the better day for scattered showers and thunderstorms. The heat returns next week with an excessive heat watch going into effect.

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Our weekend forecast is looking good! Cooler temperatures with more monsoon storms on the way.

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Storm chances go up while temperatures go down by this weekend.

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Temperatures trend downward while moisture increases.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Strong to severe storms are rolling through Southern Arizona on this Sunday evening. The biggest threats will be gusty winds and blowing dust.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: The heat continues with better storm chances for Tucson tomorrow evening.

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: A little bit of moisture and a lot of heat! Excessive heat warning remains in place through Monday.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Southern Arizona can’t seem to catch a break! Minimal storm chances and more heat on the way next week.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Above average temperatures and below average rain chances will take us through next week.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: It’s going to be a hot start to the work week with temperatures running about ten degrees above average.

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: It’s going to be a hot start to August! Our excessive heat warning remains in place through 8pm Saturday.

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Soaring temperatures and minimal storm chances as we wrap up July and head into August.

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Above average temperatures expected this week

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Excessive heat warning continues through Monday night

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Excessive heat warning for the weekend

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Excessive heat warning through the weekend!

  FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Warm and dry weather ahead for rest of weekend

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Red flag warning in place!

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Dry and windy with a chance of rain