Miri Marshall Age Wikipedia, Biography, Family, Baby Son, Wedding

Miri Marshall Age【 WUSA 】Wikipedia, Family, Baby Son, Wedding, Bio

Name – Miri Marshall

Biography Profile / Wiki Information

Miri Marshall is an award-winning American meteorologist and weather analyst for WUSA 9 team in Washington D.C. Previous to this, she was employed for WBAL TV network in Baltimore.

She also secured two awards for top weather anchor. She was the EMMA recipient in 2012 for Best Weather Anchor and earned an EMMA Honorable Mention in 2013 for Best Prediction

Education & Career Details :

A native from New Orleans, Miri graduated from Louisiana State University (LSU) with a journalism degree. She went on to study for a degree in Broadcast Meteorology at Mississippi State University and received her seal with American Meteorological Society.
Before getting into meteorology as a career, Miri worked as a desk assistant and assignment editor for ABC News in Los Angeles.

From 2007 – 2011, she was part of KFox TV in El Paso, TX, as a news and weather anchor and general reporter.

She also worked with KCEN in Waco, TX, where she had experience forecasting severe weather conditions. She won her EMMA awards while with KCEN.
Miri worked with the WBAL-TV11 weather team in Baltimore, Maryland, in August 2013. Following this, she joined the WUSA 9’s weather team in September 2017.

Miri is also an adjunct professor in the School of Global Journalism and Communication at Morgan State University. She taught journalism and weather literacy courses and enjoys encouraging students to pursue STEM careers.

Personal Life, Family & Trivia :

Miri’s son, a girl called Derrick, was born in 2016. In answer to this, she took to Twitter to share an adorable baby picture.

Miri is a football supporter in New Orleans and loves the Saints.
She also loves arts and crafts, however, for now, her main focus is cooking. Unfortuntely, her favorite recipes to prepare are shrimp creole and corn soup chowder. As she grew up in Baltimore, she loved to be around.

The Storm Jonas Story :

When Storm Jonas occurred in 2016, Miri was a couple of months away from giving birth to a baby child. Jeannie did not focus on the big snow storm she was in due to being on maternity leave, therefore could watch other local channels report on the storm.

The hurricane Jonas was the most massive and one of the strongest ever to reach Baltimore, covering much of the Baltimore-Washington International Airport. Miri had a strategy and was preparing for the hurricane, living in a hotel a couple of blocks from the hospital she was registered to deliver at. The pregnant lady was not the only pregnant woman in the hotel; there were a few other pregnant women and physicians and nurses available nearby in the hotel.

A storm Jonas like the one Miri encountered was an intense measure of patience. Her ability to assess the snow outside with a pink ruler or to do a survey from her position takes up the bulk of her time.

Miri was sad she did not make it to the action, but she was grateful she had an inch of snow. At the moment, she had to work as a mother rather than she did as a weather scientist.