Meteorologist Jaime Travers can be seen on television in St. Louis weekend and weekday mornings. Jaime was born and raised in Chesterfield and graduated from Parkway Central High School in 2004. Her interest in weather developed from her fascination with tornadoes. Her dad’s childhood home in Chesterfield was destroyed by the F4 tornado of January 1967 that ripped through Chesterfield, Creve Coeur and Maryland Heights of St. Louis County. This made her question “why weather happens.”

Jaime started her career at KFVS in Cape Girardeau, MO and then moved to tornado alley to work at KSN in Wichita, KS. In December 2014, she earned her Certified Broadcast Meteorologist seal from the American Meteorological Society.

Jaime graduated with highest honors from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science degree in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. While at Georgia Tech, Jaime was a student volunteer at the National Weather Service office in Peachtree City, GA. Later, Jaime attended Saint Louis University to earn her Master’s degree in Meteorology. Her thesis examined atmospheric environments similar to the catastrophic flooding event of May 2010 in Nashville, TN. This research was motivated by the simple fact, “flooding is the number one cause of weather-related deaths.” While at SLU, her research results were used to design products for National Weather Service offices across the country. Jaime also interned at KTVI/KPLR during the summer of 2010.

In Jaime’s free time, she enjoys dance, hot yoga and outdoor activities while rooting for the Cardinals and the Blues. At home, Jaime enjoys hosting BBQs on the patio or cooking on a quiet evening with her husband, Evan and her Pomeranian, Amber.

Recent Articles
  • Clean-up efforts underway after early morning flooding in Granite City

    GRANITE CITY, Ill. – Several businesses were closed Monday along Route 203 in Granite City due to flooded parking lots after the morning’s flash flooding. Many residents were also trapped in their homes and were unable to get to work because of flooded roads. As of Monday afternoon, many roads were still impassable as the water receded some but not completely. Fox 2 spoke with some residents in the process of removing the water from their basements. Some residents had […]

  • Dangerous heat returns as some kids head back to school Monday

    ST. LOUIS – Dangerous heat is expected to return to the St. Louis region Monday as highs are forecast in the mid to upper 90°s. Humidity will be very high, so heat index values will be in the 105° to 110° range. The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory for most of the viewing area. Many kids will be returning to school this week. Rockwood Superintendent Mark Miles says that administrators will be monitoring the heat levels this […]

  • When’s the best time to watch the dueling meteor showers in the bi-state region?

    ST. LOUIS – Stargazers have a lot to look forward to Monday night into early Tuesday morning. Dueling meteor showers will light up the sky and luckily, clouds should clear in time. Two meteor showers will peak Monday night – the Southern Delta Aquariids and the Alpha Capricornids. The Southern Delta Aquariids are active now through August 23 and will bring about 16 meteors across the sky per hour. The Alpha Capricornids are active through August 15 and will bring […]

  • Missouri Botanical Gardens becomes after-hours destination for cocktails and live music

    ST. LOUIS – Beautiful summer weather continues and it’s a perfect evening for the Garden Party Lights at the Missouri Botanical Gardens. Doors open at 6 p.m. and you can enjoy some cocktails and food in the Biergarten. They have drinks specials and music as well. After dark, the light show begins. It’s a one-mile self-guided tour through the gardens that feature projection mapping, lasers, and different light displays. Thursday evening is also the first theme night of the season, […]

  • Extreme heat causes extra risk to pregnant women and their baby

    ST. LOUIS – Dangerous heat combined with high humidity means heat index values will soar to 110 degrees across the St. Louis region. This excessive heat is forecast to last well into the weekend. And while everyone needs to take certain precautions to stay safe, overexposure to extreme heat is dangerous to both pregnant women and their babies. During pregnancy, women are more sensitive to the effects of heat because of some of the changes already happening in their bodies. […]

  • A Georgia couple is sued by a white tenant who says she was evicted after having African American guests

    A white woman in North Georgia has filed a housing discrimination suit against landlords who she says evicted her because she had African American guests over for a play date with her daughters, aged 2 and 9. Victoria Sutton lived in a home in Adairsville, owned by Patricia and Allen McCoy, from August 2017 until December, when she says she moved out over concerns for her and her daughter’s safety. She lived there with her family, including her 2-year-old’s father, […]

  • Get a tour of the St. Jude Dream Home this weekend!

    ST. CHARLES, Mo. – Visit the grand opening of the St. Louis St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Dream Home Giveaway house this weekend! The house, built by Payne Family Homes, has an estimated value of $487,000 and is located in The Villages at Sandfort Farm in St. Charles. While at the open house, register for free to win a $10,000 furniture shopping spree at Ashley HomeStore or Stash Home. Get your tickets today!  

  • Fair St. Louis organizers say previous river flooding will have no effect on the party

    ST. LOUIS – The 39th year of Fair Saint Louis is happening on July 4-July 6 at Gateway Arch National Park. With the river flooding, things were touch and go for a while but ultimately the fireworks display will not be affected because the Mississippi River will be below 38 feet. The only minor impact the flooding has on the fair is where the vendors are setting up. Lenore K. Sullivan is still underwater, so the vendors will be right […]

  • Lingering rain quashes heat threat for St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS – Two additional rounds of heavy rain moved across the St. Louis region Saturday morning. This rain lasted longer into the day than originally expected, so that lowered the heat threat for St. Louis, while increasing flash flooding concerns. The threat shifted to flash flooding after these two rounds of rain moved through areas already saturated from Friday’s heavy rain and storms. Urban street flooding was reported Saturday morning in the St. Louis metro area as a result […]

  • Heat Advisory issued for St. Louis metro area Saturday

    ST. LOUIS – A quick burst of heat and humidity will follow Friday’s strong storms. Saturday, temperatures are expected to climb into the low to mid 90°s. These temperatures, combined with high humidity values, mean heat index values will reach the triple digits. A Heat Advisory has been issued for St. Louis and surrounding counties from noon to 8 p.m. Saturday. Expect heat indices to climb as high as 105°. Spending a lot of time outdoors or doing strenuous activities […]

  • Precautionary Boil Water Advisory lifted for parts of south St. Louis city

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The St. Louis City Water Division has now lifted the issued boil order for parts of South City as a precaution due to a broken pipe. Areas under the precautionary advisory: West of Kingshighway between Gresham and Chippewa, extending to the western City limit. West of Hampton between Chippewa and Arsenal, extending west to the City limit. West of Ivanhoe between Arsenal and Manchester, extending west to the City limit. Water has been restored to the […]

  • As river levels rise, MSD deploys sewer divers

    ST. LOUIS – When the Mississippi River rises to a certain level and the prediction is for it to rise even higher, the Metropolitan Sewer District swings into action. MSD employs scuba divers to help keep flood waters out of the community. “Keep the streets open and people from flooding. That’s our main goal,” said Dustin Arnold, a scuba diver who dives in the sewers. Arnold was preparing to go diving near the corner of Hall Street and Riverview. “I […]

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