Top 10 Beautiful Young Weather Girls on UK TV 2022/2023
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Who are the most beautiful young weather girls on UK TV?
There are hundreds of beautiful and attractive weather female presenters on UK TV channels. We only select and rank young, beautiful weather girls under 40 year-old based on the latest 2022 polls on UK websites.
At different times, the results of voting for the most beautiful weather girls in the UK may be different.
|Luxmy is an England-born Indian-British Journalist at BBC|
Luxmy Gopal’s birthday is May 28th, 1992. She is a 30-year-old woman of mixed heritage and possesses British nationality. Gopal is a British national born and reared in Surrey, in the south of England. Her family is also of Indian descent.
Luxmy Gopal is an English journalist and famous TV personality. She has been a reporter and news presenter of the program ‘The North Leeds’ for BBC. She likes to travel and is passionate about exploring new places and cultures. She has visited many countries including Italy, Cuba, South Africa, and Spain. She can speak German and English fluently and knows a little French as well.
In the early days of her career, Luxmy Gopal used to work on Sundays for Evening Standard, and Camberley News and Mails from 2010 to 2011. She led interviews, reported from courts, and published articles during this period.
She started her journey with BBC in September 2011 as a broadcasting journalist and went on to grow further in her career with BBC. She has been a TV reporter and video journalist for BBC since 2016.
|Storm Huntley Presenter|
Storm Huntley is a Scottish television presenter. She has also been a former Glasgow Airlines employee STV and The Riverside Show journalist and co-host of Farm Down and Right Steve/Jeremy Vines.
She was born in Scott. Her birth date is 24 February 1987. She is a Scottish professional Television presenter. She is a 35-Year-Old woman.
She is also worked in hosting a radio broadcast, working in local FM radio, and obtaining her degree in broadcast journalism.
Raised in Bishopbriggs in the northern part of Greater Glasgow, Storm Huntley attended Bishopbriggs High School before taking a degree in politics and economics from the University of Glasgow in 2008. She became involved in the university station’s Subcity Radio as well as hospital radio, spent time in London with a local community radio company (OnFM) and took a postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism from the London College of Communication.
After a period of unpaid work experience, Storm Huntley found work as a researcher with BBC Scotland, became increasingly interested in weather reporting and took a short meteorology course with the Open University.
In June 2014 Storm Huntley joined STV’s new local STV Glasgow channel, presenting weather forecasts and features on its evening daily Riverside Show.
Since 2015, Storm Huntley has been involved in three shows on British terrestrial television – the seasonal CBeebies show Down on the Farm and The Wright Stuff and its replacement Jeremy Vine. Down on the Farm was nominated for a BAFTA Scotland Award in 2016.
On Channel 5’s daily live morning phone-in debate programme The Wright Stuff and its 2018 replacement Jeremy Vine, she is a co-host, screening and introducing callers to the hosts Matthew Wright and Jeremy Vine and reading out viewer correspondence.
Helen Skelton was born on July 19, 1983 in Kirkby Thore, Cumbria, England as Helen Elizabeth Skelton.
After briefly working in public relations, Helen Skelton decided to concentrate on journalism. She worked in the newsroom at CFM Radio, and was involved with various programmes at Border Television, before becoming a breakfast presenter on BBC Radio Cumbria in 2005, becoming one of the youngest breakfast show presenters on the BBC network. She was then a reporter and occasional presenter on children’s news programme Newsround and its weekend sports based version, Sportsround.
Helen Skelton was revealed as a new Blue Peter presenter on 28 August 2008, replacing Zoe Salmon, becoming the 33rd presenter for the programme. Helen Skelton worked on other projects during her time on Blue Peter, mainly correspondent-based. These included reporting from the Championships, Wimbledon.
After her departure from Blue Peter, she became a presenter of live FA Women’s Super League football matches for the BT Sport channel, as well as retaining her BBC reporter roles.
Helen Skelton has occasionally presented segments of Countryfile since 2008 and presented two series of Holiday Hit Squad in 2013 and 2014 alongside Angela Rippon and Joe Crowley. Since 2014, she has presented the London Marathon Highlights show on the BBC. She also hosted coverage of The 2016 World Swimming Championships with Mark Foster and Rebecca Adlington.
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|Nazaneen Ghaffar - Skynews|
Nazaneen Ghaffar is an Iranian-British television weather presenter. She was born on 9 June 1985. She currently appears on the Sky News channel.
Upon graduating in 2006, Nazaneen Ghaffar’s first television industry job was for Endemol in Bristol as a runner for the programme Deal or No Deal. After moving on to ITV West, her first on-screen opportunity arrived when she was asked to try out for a weather presenting position and trained as a weather forecaster with the Met Office. After 18 months of presenting for ITV she moved back to Kent to join the BBC’s South East Today programme.
On November 4, 2010 it was announced that Nazaneen Ghaffar was leaving the BBC to join Sky News as weather presenter on its Sunrise programme, replacing Lucy Verasamy who had left to join ITV’s Daybreak. Nazaneen Ghaffar also presented forecasts for Sky News produced 5 News on Channel 5 until 19 February 2012.
Ria Chatterjee was born on 22 October 1982 in Wales, she is a famous journalist well-known for her work at ITV News London and ITV News. She formerly worked as a journalist for the BBC and Sky News.
Ria Chatterjee was born and raised in Wales but later moved to England with her parents due to some family circumstances. She is now works at ITV news and has been working for them since 2011.
Yes, the TV journalist is married to her fellow journalist named Rags Martel. She is currently living with her husband and his daughter Roxin Martel, born to his former girlfriend.
Ria Chatterjee is born of Welsh nationality however she belongs to the Asian ethnicity. Her parents are Asian. However, there is no information on who her parents are or what their names are. However, Ria has a sister named Rini Chatterjee who is a doctor by profession. Rini has once shared a picture of Ria on her Twitter.
Ria Chatterjee does not have a Wikipedia profile at present. However, her achievements are not any less than a celebrity. She has won many awards for her exceptional work as a journalist.
She owns many honors & awards like Regional Journalist of the Year, Journalist of the year by ITV news, Best Newcomer award from ITV and she was also nominated in the media category for Asian Women of Achievement Awards and News Reporter of the Year. Besides being a journalist, Ria also writes her opinion on The Independent, covering social and political issues.
|TV presenter Angela Scanlon|
Angela Marie Scanlon (born 29 December 1983) is an Irish television presenter and broadcaster for RTÉ and the BBC
Angela Scanlon was born in Ratoath, County Meath, Ireland. Her father worked in construction and her mother worked in administration.
Angela Scanlon has worked as a stylist and a journalist, before moving into television. She wrote for Tatler, Grazia, Company, U Magazine, and Sunday Times Style magazine. She also writes the column “Out of the Closet” for the Irish Independent’s Weekend magazine. She has been featured in magazines including Vogue, Elle Japan, Sunday Times Style, Company and TWIN.
In 2001, Angela Scanlon was a dancer with the O’Shea Irish Dance Company and appeared in the Irish Thunder show at Busch Gardens Williamsburg in Virginia USA. In 2012, The Irish Times described Angela Scanlon as one of ’10 Irish Instagrammers You Need to Follow’. Angela Scanlon was named as the ‘one to watch’ by Vogue in 2013 and has been cited in The Observer’s regular Why We’re Watching feature as the UK’s new onscreen fashion queen. The Daily Telegraph also commended Angela’s talents in Who’s That Girl. In 2013, she fronted a campaign for Louis Vuitton.
After working on fashion shows Xpose and Off the Rails for RTE and on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch, Scanlon went on to join RTE’s The Movie Show as a reporter and on The Love Clinic in 2012. Angela Scanlon appeared on the popular The Saturday Night Show with host Brendan O’Connor, in 2013 and 2014.
Angela Scanlon joined the panel of Next Week’s News in February 2014 and also put together a Yahoo! 12-part series Work the Look demonstrating how to pull off key essential looks.
Her first major documentary Oi Ginger! was broadcast in 2014. Angela Scanlon: Full Frontal was her follow-up series airing in October 2014, addressing subjects sometimes considered taboo. Angela Scanlon was featured on Republic of Telly’s Ginger is the New Black in October 2014.
In 2014 she hosted London Fashion Weekend for a third time, a job she took over from Caroline Flack after hosting the Vodafone Live Lounge for the British Fashion Council at the event for two years.
In November 2016, it was announced that Angela Scanlon, along with Michelle Ackerley, would provide maternity cover for Alex Jones and co-present The One Show with Matt Baker in early 2017. In 2016, she presented her own series, Angela Scanlon’s Close Encounters!, and the documentary, Trump’s Unlikely Superfans, for BBC Three.
In 2017, Angela was revealed as a Garnier ambassador alongside Holly Willoughby and Davina McCall. She did not appear as part of the advertising campaign in 2018, leaving Holly Willoughby and Davina McCall to continue to work with the brand.
In 2018, Angela Scanlon hosted her own BBC Radio 2 show on Sunday mornings from 4–6am. Angela covered for Sara Cox while Sara was covering for Chris Evans on 11 and 15–18 October 2018.
On 16 April 2019, Angela Scanlon started presenting a new 15-part TV series for BBC Two called Your Home Made Perfect.
|Keeley Donovan BBC|
Keeley Emma Donovan (born 14 May 1983) is an English journalist and broadcaster, currently working for the BBC as a weather presenter for television and radio stations in the North of England.
Keeley Donovan started her broadcasting career at the age of 14, presenting for Channel 7 Television, a local cable TV station based in Immingham. Keeley Donovan went freelance while continuing her studies and began freelancing for BBC Yorkshire and Lincolnshire in 2005 and joined the locally-based Propeller TV a year later.
After studying broadcast meteorology with the Met Office and the BBC Weather Centre, Keeley Donovan started presenting weather forecasts for the BBC’s regional TV and local radio services in the Yorkshire and North Midlands, East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire and North East and Cumbria regions. She is also a reporter for the regional current affairs magazine, Inside Out, and an occasional newsreader for the Leeds edition of BBC Look North.
In September 2015, Keeley Donovan co-presented her first networked TV series, the daytime factual show Break-in Britain, produced by BBC Cymru Wales. Keeley Donovan and her radio presenter partner Johnny I’Anson were married by Look North presenter Harry Gration on Saturday at Castle Farm near Knaresborough.
Sian Welby (born 3 September 1986) is an English television presenter and radio host, best known for her work with Channel 5, BBC, ITV and Channel 4.
Sian Welby is from Upton, a small village in Nottinghamshire, England. She attended Minster School, Southwell. She began presenting at 19, and she was still working part-time as a shop assistant for New Look when a starring role in an advert for New! Magazine, led to her being spotted by former Channel 5 owner Richard Desmond in October 2010. She was unveiled as the new face of Channel 5 News in November.
Joining Channel 5 News in November 2010 Sian Welby has also worked regularly on the OK Magazine programme. Sian Welby also presents The Health Lottery draws every Saturday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at 9.55pm on Channel 5.
Sian Welby hosts the Revolution cycling show series for Channel 4, alongside co-worker from 5 News, Matt Barbet. She presented her first documentary, Sarah Store’s Longest Hour on Channel 4 in 2015. Previously Sian Welby has presented cycling shows for BT Sport, Eurosport and ITV4 and is the female face of Electronic Arts. Since 2015, she’s been a columnist for OK! Magazine with her Wellbeing with Welby column.
Laura Hamilton was born on 24 April, 1982 in Greenwich, United Kingdom, is an English television presenter.
Laura Hamilton is a best known as one of the faces of Channel 4's popular television show 'A Place in the Sun'. She loves to travel and has hands on experience when it comes to property. She started renovating houses aged 19 and has developed 19 properties to date, including her first commercial venture in 2017 – a coffee shop and Deli with over 25 staff called Lord Roberts on the Green. In 2013, she presented 'Beat My Build' for Channel 4 which saw participants renovating their projects and competing against each other to win a cash prize. She has also presented 'Cowboy Builders and Bodge Jobs' for Channel 5.
One thing's for sure, Laura seldom relaxes. She thrives on being a busy working Mum to her children Rocco and Tahlia, and in April 2017, Laura and her husband Alex opened 'Lord Roberts on The Green', a coffee shop, deli and Post Office which has become a popular community hub in their local area.
Laura loves to keep fit and in 2016 she released her first fitness app 'Laura Hamilton's Total Body Workout' which is available on the iPhone & Android. She presented the action adventure show 'Fort Boyard' for ITV for 5 series and is always keen to take on a physical challenge.
Laura began her television career working behind the scenes as an assistant floor manager. After four years working on a variety of shows, she moved to the other side of the camera and started working as a children's TV presenter. Few people know Laura can both sing and dance. She has appeared on the stage several times as 'Cinderella' in pantomime alongside Steve Guttenberg, Stephen Gately and Bradley Walsh. It was a real surprise for many of her guests at her wedding in 2012 when she sang with the band whilst her father (a former Womble!) played on the drums.
Laura Hamilton’s first break in front of the camera came as ‘Melody’ in the popular pre-school show Fun Song Factory for CITV, which she played for two and a half years until the show ended in 2006. She had appeared alongside Aston Merrygold from JLS on Fun Song Factory. She also appeared in the films Dead Man’s Cards in 2006 and Magicians in 2007. She was also the face of Citibank for their European campaign.
In 2006, Laura Hamilton became the female face of kids’ TV channel Nickelodeon, and has presented Nickheads, Slime Across the UK in summer 2007, and ME:TV (LIVE) for the channel. She has also presented the Nickelodeon UK Kids’ Choice Awards, with McFly in 2007, and Dannii Minogue in 2008.
In March 2008, Laura Hamilton started guest presenting on GMTV’s Toonattik. She was involved in the Endemol-produced The Bratz Design Academy in late 2008 where children got to become fashion designers and design a dress that she wore to an awards ceremony. In 2009, Laura Hamilton co-hosted the UK version of Staraoke on Boomerang with Nigel Clarke.
On 18 December 2010, Laura Hamilton was revealed as one of the 16 celebrities to participate in ITV1’s flagship show, Dancing on Ice in 2011. In early 2011, amongst a few others, she was in discussions with Simon Cowell to present The Xtra Factor that year. She decided to quit her job with Nickelodeon to move away from children’s television.
On 4 October 2011, Laura Hamilton appeared on the Channel 5 show Real Food Family Cook Off as a guest judge alongside chef Ainsley Harriott. On 17 February 2012, Hamilton appeared in Series 11 of The Real Hustle, as a participant.
|Sarah Keith-Lucas -BBC|
Sarah Keith-Lucas was born in Hastings, East Sussex in 1982.
For part of her education Sarah Keith Lucas attended Cranbrook School, Kent, a co-educational state grammar school. She took her GCSEs at Robertsbridge Community College. Sarah Keith-Lucas studied Geography at Durham University (Collingwood College).
Sarah Keith-Lucas grew up in rural East Sussex, where her interest in the weather was first sparked by an enthusiastic geography teacher. Sarah Keith-Lucas later went on to study Geography at Durham University, taking particular interest in meteorology and climate change. After graduating she spent two winter seasons working in the French Alps and indulging a passion for snow sports.
Sarah Keith-Lucas joined the Met Office in 2007 and completed her forecaster training at the Met Office College before going on to work as a weather forecaster at the Exeter headquarters. Sarah Keith-Lucas gained a lot of experience during her time with the Met Office in Exeter, ranging from producing weather forecasts for supermarkets and airports, to sampling the surf on the beaches of Devon.
Sarah Keith-Lucas then joined the BBC Weather team in 2008 as a broadcast assistant before going on to train as a broadcast meteorologist. Her first TV appearance was in the summer of 2009 and you will now find Sarah regularly presenting across the BBC. Outside of work, Sarah Keith Lucas lists her interests as travelling, camping, larking about in boats and enjoying the great outdoors.