About Kelli Rosson
Business Development / Staff Meteorologist
Kelli Rosson grew up in the Chicagoland area and has loved weather ever since she could spell the word 'meteorologist.' She has always had a fascination for weather, especially severe weather. Thankfully she did not experience much severe weather growing up, but she had her fair share of winter weather. The Groundhog Day Blizzard of 2011 dumped nearly 2 feet of snow at her house. Later that year, she was glued to the April 27th tornado outbreak coverage as the event unfolded. From there, she knew she wanted to become a meteorologist.
Kelli earned her meteorology degree at Western Kentucky University in 2018. While there, she was a forecaster for White Squirrel Weather. She was also one of 8 students selected for the competitive Field Methods in Weather Analysis and Forecasting course, where she went out to the plains to forecast severe weather and see the forecast to its fruition.
After graduating from WKU, she worked at WYMT in Hazard, Kentucky as the weekend morning meteorologist. She moved on to become a news producer at WAFF in Huntsville, Alabama. Since moving to the Tennessee Valley, she married her husband, who is the Youth Director at Faith Church in Lawrenceburg.
When Kelli is not looking at the radar, she is serving as a youth leader and a creative team member at church. She also loves to spend time outdoors, especially if her dog Theo is by her side.
You can watch Kelli on Middays on the Tennessee Valley Weather Channel and on Facebook and Youtube.