Rachael Peart Biography | Weather | Meteorologist
Rachael Peart is an American Broadcast Meteorologist, Weather Anchor, and Forecaster currently working as a Meteorologist at 13News Now (WVEC). She also serves as a board member for the American Meteorological Society (AMS) and earned the title of Certified Broadcast Meteorologist from the AMS. Previously she worked at KWWL in Waterloo, Iowa and at HMTV6 in Hagerstown, Maryland. Rachael is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists, American Meteorological Society, National Weather Association and NAACP.
Rachael Peart Age
Rachael was born and raised in Maryland, United States of America. Her information about the exact date of birth is not yet confirmed. Rachael is the daughter of two veterans. Fun fact: she was actually born on a base in her home state of Maryland. Her parents are from Trinidad and Jamaica and Rachael is proud of her Caribbean heritage.
Rachael Peart Education
Rachael earned her meteorology degree with a minor in Spanish from Penn State and is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists, American Meteorological Society, and the National Weather Association.
Rachael Peart Husband | Wedding
Rachel is somehow private when it comes to matters concerning her personal life. She has not yet updated her relationship or marital status.
Rachael Peart WVEC
Most as of late, she worked in eastern Iowa at KWWL. Rachael Guage tornadoes, record flooding and temperatures some days that were colder than Alaska (might suspect – 20°F with – 40°F breeze chill). During her time in Iowa, Rachael was a piece of both Emmy-winning and Emmy-selected reports. The communicate division at The Herald-Mail in Hagerstown, Maryland is the place she started her on-air career.
Rachael is excited to be a lot nearer to home and her family. She plans to turn into a piece of the Hampton Roads people group by empowering STEM training in schools, supporting other military families and in different ways.
She at present serves on the Board for Early Career Professionals for the American Meteorological Society. Rachael is additionally a promoter for Lupus Awareness and has earned the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist assignment from the American Meteorological Society.
Rachael Peart Salary | Net Worth
Rachael’s information about the exact amount of salary she earns and the total assets she owns is not yet confirmed.
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SCIENCE BEHIND: NASA’s supersonic aircraft tries to hush the sonic boom
13newsnow.com — SCIENCE NASA is working on quieting the big, annoying sounds of sonic booms. HAMPTON, Va. — NASA is working on an experimental piloted aircraft designed to fly faster than sound—without producing the annoying, if not sometimes alarming sonic booms. The X-59 QUEST, short for Quiet Supersonic Technology, could be a game-changer when it comes to air travel.
SCIENCE BEHIND: How Planes Fly
13newsnow.com — SCIENCE Flying is a balancing act – finding the right harmony between the vertical and horizontal forces in play. HAMPTON, Va. — Planes glide, soar and of course fly. But how do they get up into the sky? NASA Langley’s Michael Wusk explains that “we’ve got to work against two forces conspiring to keep us on the ground.” It’s a game of weight and drag versus our desire to fly.
SCIENCE BEHIND: Why do the leaves change colors in the fall?
13newsnow.com — SCIENCE It’s more than the cooler temperatures that make an impact on the fall foliage. The bright colors are a chemical reaction to meteorological elements. NORFOLK, Va. — Usually, when people think of the changing seasons, they think that cooler temperatures cause varying leaf colors. But cooler temps aren’t the only factor in the fall foliage phenomena.
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