Liz McGiffin

Meteorologist

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Meet KY3 Storm Team Meteorologist Liz McGiffin.

Liz McGiffin moved here from Southern Oregon, where she was a morning meteorologist for 3 years, and is glad to be back in her home state. She grew up in the land of the free and home of the Chiefs, and graduated from the University of Missouri where she majored in atmospheric science and minored in math.

Liz likes to stay busy and is looking forward to checking out the local golf courses and getting involved with the dance community (especially if West Coast Swing or ballet are involved). She is also a sports fan, and is very excited to be close to some of her favorite teams: the Kansas City Royals, Kansas City Chiefs, and Missouri Tigers (M-I-Z!!)!


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