Megan Wise

Megan Wise

Meteorologist

Megan Wise is an Emmy-award winning meteorologist for NBC12.

Megan is a Pittsburgh native and graduated from Millersville University of Pennsylvania with a BS in meteorology. Before coming to Richmond in November 2015, Megan was at WDEF-TV in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She was the weekend evening meteorologist and solo evening anchor and producer. She was also the host of “Megan Wise Goes Outside” where she did everything from caving to hang gliding. Megan started her career as the morning meteorologist and fill-in morning anchor/producer at KTVO-TV in Kirksville, Missouri.

When she’s not at NBC12, Megan can be found golfing, cheering on the Steelers, Pens and Pirates and hanging out with her Labrador retriever, Boss.

Awards:

  • Emmy award

Education:

  • Millersville University of Pennsylvania

Recent Articles by Megan

  First Alert Weather Days Tuesday and Thursday: Severe storms possible

  First Alert Weather Day: Afternoon, evening downpours possible

  Forecast: Sunday evening storms, then cool and refreshing start to week

  First Alert Weather Day: Strong storms possible Sunday PM

  First Alert Weather Day: Record-setting heat possible Sunday

  Parts of Virginia under a severe thunderstorm watch

Hot Sunday with an isolated strong storm possible

  First Alert Weather Day: Few strong storms possible Friday

  Scattered showers and strong storms Sunday

Forecast: Rain likely Mother’s Day weekend

  First Alert: Few strong storms likely Sunday

  Severe weather threat moves out of Central Virginia

  First Alert Weather Day: Tornado, Severe Thunderstorm Warnings issued throughout area

Forecast: First Alert Weather Day for strong to severe storms Friday

  Tornado threat over in Central Virginia

First Alert Weather Day: Severe Thunderstorm Watch issued

  First Alert Weather Day: Severe storms possible

Forecast: Isolated storm Friday then quiet and cooler weekend ahead

Forecast: Warmer Thursday, Friday showers

Forecast: Rain/wintry mix early Friday, rain likely to end the weekend

  Cold start to March, snow possible in Virginia

  First Alert: Wintry mix changes to rain for Wednesday afternoon

  First Alert: Louisa schools delayed; ice possible north, west of Richmond

  Big time warm-up arrives for this week

  First Alert Weather Days: Bitter cold for Thursday and Friday

  First Alert Weather Day: Turning windy and bitterly cold Sunday

Forecast: Watching two systems to affect Virginia; most significant the weekend storm

Forecast: Rain showers likely for New Year’s Eve

  First Alert Weather Day ends with heavy rain pushing 2018 to #2 in yearly precipitation

  First Alert Weather Day: More Rain Saturday