Danielle Davis, KY3
A native of Jacksonville, Florida, Danielle grew up very familiar with hurricane season. After being directly impacted by several at a young age her interest in meteorology was sparked. However, moving to Tuscaloosa, Alabama in 2014 allowed her to become no stranger to tornado season either.
While a student at The University of Alabama Danielle studied news broadcast and geography with an emphasis in atmospheric science. In her senior year she was hired as the weekend meteorologist for WVUA 23 in Tuscaloosa. There she covered numerous tornado outbreaks across central Alabama. Upon graduating, Danielle took her studies to Mississippi State University where she received her Master’s Degree in Meteorology. While doing so she was also employed by MSU as a teaching assistant for the practicum to broadcast meteorology classes.
Covering severe weather is Danielle’s passion and led her to Oklahoma City in 2020 where she worked as a broadcast meteorologist until 2022. From tornadoes, ice storms, snowstorms, to extreme hail, she covered all types of weather in just those two years.
The midwest has its grip on Danielle and she is thrilled to call The Ozarks her permanent home. You may see her walking her dog around town or on the trails of Missouri/Arkansas. She loves fishing and boating on Table Rock Lake. Be sure to say hello and connect with her on social media to share your weather pictures as well as get the latest details on your forecast!