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Megan Glaros is an American meteorologist and entertainment reporter for WBBM-TV in Chicago. She grew up in Dyer, Indiana, which is located a few miles from Chicago, Illinois. She studied at Texas Christian University and then Indiana University, where she studied both atmospheric sciences and journalism. She previously was the weekend meteorologist for WCBS_TV in New York.
Glaros moved to South Florida in September 2004 and became the Local 10 morning news meteorologist and host of SportsJam Live. Megan dealt with the very active hurricane seasons of the past few years, forecasting Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Wilma and many others.
Glaros started her career in Parkersburg, West Virginia. She quickly moved on to Baltimore, Maryland, where she worked for Sinclair Broadcast Group, forecasting for up to five different cities a night.
Glaros received her AMS (American Meteorological Society) seal in 2006. She is also a member of the National Weather Association. She filled in on Good Morning America many times. She was an NFL cheerleader for the Indianapolis Colts for a few months in 2002 before taking her first job in television. Glaros has been dancing since she was six years old. She also modeled professionally while in high school and college. She joined WCBS-TV in May 2008 as the weekend morning meteorologist and as an entertainment reporter during the week.
She is married and gave birth to a daughter, Lana, on Thursday, February 11, 2010. In June 2012, she gave birth to twins, a boy named Leo and a girl named Willow. She and her family currently reside in St. John, Indiana.
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