Lauren Wallace

Lauren Wallace joined KSEE24 News in June 2015 as the morning and midday meteorologist. Catch her forecasts weekday mornings on Sunrise, then again at 11 AM for Midday. You can also watch her hiking series, On the Trail VR/360°, on

Lauren is the only Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) on morning news in the Fresno market. This is the highest level of distinction awarded by the American Meteorological Society.

Lauren has lived, worked, or traveled across most of the US and brings experience with all types of weather to the Central Valley. She has covered everything from tornadoes to blizzards, flooding, and ice storms. Prior to KSEE24, Lauren worked as the morning/noon meteorologist in Saginaw, MI. She started her career as the Chief Meteorologist in Alpena, MI, where she received two Merit awards for best weathercast from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters.

Lauren has enjoyed trading the frigid weather for the summer heat and mild winters of the Central Valley.

Lauren was born in Orange County and grew up in Georgia. While attending the University of Denver, she took several meteorology courses and realized her passion for weather. She earned her B.S. in Meteorology from North Carolina State University, and is a member of both the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association.

In her free time, Lauren enjoys hiking and climbing in the Sierra, or spending time with her cat, CL.

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