From flash flooding and hail to 12 inches of snow piling up, Miri Marshall enjoys forecasting storms.
The award-winning meteorologist joined the WUSA 9's weather team in September 2017.
Prior to WUSA, Miri worked at WBAL-TV in Baltimore, where she covered snow storms and ice storms. Her career includes stops at KCEN in Waco, TX and KFOX TV in El Paso, TX where she was a news anchor, weather anchor and news reporter.
You can also call her professor Marshall, as she both created and taught journalism and weather literacy courses at Morgan State University. She is very passionate about weather literacy and enjoys going to schools to encourage others to pursue STEM careers.
Prior to meteorology, Miri enjoyed a career in news serving as a desk assistant, assignment editor and field producer at ABC News in Los Angeles.
She is a proud graduate of Louisiana State University where she learned the ropes of journalism. Miri studied meteorology at Mississippi State University.
As a New Orleans native, she describes herself as an uncouth Saints fan.
With a toddler she has very little spare time, but enjoys watching him grow and chasing him around the house.
When she gets a minute, she enjoys reading, traveling, baking from scratch, eating fancy food and football.
Be sure to watch her on Wake Up Washington, each weekday morning from 4:30 a.m. to 7 a.m., where she provides forecasts that get to the point so you can get your day going.