Emily Kaye

Meteorologist/Multi-Media Journalist

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emily.kaye@wjhg.com

Emily joined the team in May 2018, just in time for hurricane season.

Emily Kaye grew up in Stafford, Virginia, where an experience with Hurricane Isabel left her with a passion for all things weather related. She took this passion to Mississippi State University and graduated with a degree in Meteorology and a minor in Communications.

During her time at MSU, Emily forecast and recorded weather hits for Mississippi State's Campus Connect. She also recorded radio hits for WMSV and wrote forecasts for MSU's newspaper "The Reflector." In 2016, Emily interned at WSAV in Savannah Georgia where she received hands on experience in forecasting beach weather.

When she's not at the station, Emily enjoys going to the beach and spending time with family and friends. She is thrilled to be in a place that is warm virtually year round and hopes to take advantage of the warm weather.


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