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You can catch meteorologist Jennifer Broome on Good Day Colorado weekdays from 5 to 9 a.m. She also travels the state for her Explore Colorado segments that air at 5:50 a.m. and 8:15 a.m. on Thursdays.

Jennifer joined FOX31 Denver in 2010 from WOAI in San Antonio, Texas, where she was chief meteorologist for almost 10 years. Jennifer has also worked at WBIR in Knoxville, Tennessee and WPDE in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

She has a certification in Broadcast Meteorology and a B.S. in Geoscience with an emphasis in Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University. Jennifer also graduated cum laude from the South Carolina Honors College at the University of South Carolina with a B.A. in Journalism.

Born in Greenville, South Carolina, Jennifer has traveled extensively across the United States and internationally. Her goal is to visit all fifty states and all seven continents.

She also hosts her own travel website Swept Away with Jennifer Broome.

She has an adventurous spirit. Jennifer has done such things as skiing with Olympians, skydiving with the Army Golden Knights and flying in an F-16 with the Air Force Thunderbirds. On that once in a lifetime flight, she pulled 9 G's (G force) twice and even hit 9.3 G's.

Jennifer is a firm believer in giving back and has served on numerous boards for organizations, including Susan G. Komen Foundation, Junior League, and many others. She is active in many fundraisers and serves as emcee for events. She also loves speaking to children about her love of weather, science and travel.

Jennifer is a runner, skier, and cyclist, and she loves the outdoors.

Recent Articles
  • Fog and freezing drizzle were icing up roads in the Denver metro area on Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2014.

    Freezing drizzle, fog, icy roads slowing morning commute

    DENVER — A cold front brought freezing drizzle, fog and reduced visibility to the Denver metro area Wednesday morning, and roads and bridges were icing up ahead of the morning commute. A winter weather advisory is in effect from Denver to Fort Collins until 9 a.m. because a light glaze of ice is possible on the roads, making for dangerous driving conditions. RELATED: Full weather forecast RELATED: Latest traffic conditions A dense fog advisory also is in effect for the […]

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    Storm moving out, but snow back in forecast for weekend

    DENVER – A fast-moving cold front is moving out of the Denver metro area, but not before dropping more snow than expected, especially across southern locations. Nine inches of snow were recorded in Parker, 6 inches were recorded in Castle Rock and 5 inches of snow fell in Aurora. But farther north, only 1.8 inches of snow fell at Denver International Airport and 1 inch was recorded in downtown Denver. RELATED: Full weekend forecast Skies will gradually clear Friday morning, […]

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    Storm moves out, but holiday traffic still snarled in mountains

    DENVER — Holiday travel is expected again to be a mess Tuesday with Christmas just two days away. According to the Colorado Department of Transportation, roads all over Colorado are dicey on Tuesday. The Colorado State Patrol shut down Interstate 70 between Limon and the Kansas state line because of hazardous conditions and no visibility. There was no estimated time of when it would reopen. Ramp to EB I-70 closed in Limon to Kansas state line to keep drivers out […]

  • Snow blanketed Georgetown on Monday, Dec. 22, 2014. (Credit: Daryl Orr)

    Heavy snow blankets high country; treacherous road conditions, powder day at resorts

    DENVER — As snow continues to blanket the high country, expect major delays on Interstate 70 on Monday, the first full day of winter. A winter storm warning remains in effect and up to 2 feet of snow is possible with whiteout conditions possible. Driving in the high country will be difficult. With brutal road conditions, avalanche mitigation will also delay trips into the mountains. Drivers can expect up to 30-minute delays, and crews will work to mitigate avalanche threats […]

  • Crews were out in full force to keep operations running in the snowy weather at Denver International Airport on Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014. (Credit: Denver International Airport)

    Record-breaking temperatures to plummet way below zero Wednesday night into Thursday

    DENVER — The coldest air from our current Arctic blast arrived in metro Denver Wednesday afternoon. And with it comes record-breaking dangerously cold temperatures. The high Wednesday only got to 6 degrees, which set a for the lowest maximum temperature for the date. The old record was 9 degrees set on Nov. 12, 1916. As the snow moves out and the skies clear, even colder temperatures will descend along the Front Range, with a low Thursday morning expected to be […]

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    Degrees of difficulty: Arctic blast pushes Colorado into deep freeze

    DENVER — The warm, dry conditions that have dominated fall along the Front Range changed dramatically Monday morning when an Arctic blast moved in that quickly dropped temperatures more than 30 degrees in a short time period. It reached 62 degrees at Denver International Airport just before 9 a.m. before the front slid south and dropped the temperature to 30 degrees just three hours later as well as bringing strong, gusty winds that dropped the wind chill to 17 degrees. […]

  • Explore Colorado: Estes Park tourism getting back in business

       Estes Park Outfitters Nolen Lodge was built in 1985 and today is a private oasis in the middle of national forest. From the lodge you get an unobstructed view of Twin Sisters Mountain. During the summer, they offer horseback rides.  In fall, they are a full service elk and mule deer hunting service. In winter, Estes Park Outfitters offers private snow cat, snowshoe, and cross-country skiing.  You can enjoy a backcountry stay at Nolen Lodge with dinner and breakfast […]

  • A deer frolics in the snow near Palmer Lake on Friday, Sept. 12, 2014. (Credit: Daryl Orr)

    Officially no measurable snow in Denver as storm moves out; warm, dry weekend

    DENVER — A late-summer blast of winter is winding down Friday, and while there were some snow showers in the Denver metro area and the foothills, only a trace fell at the official reporting station at Denver International Airport, not enough to count as an official September snowfall. At least 0.1 of an inch had to fall at DIA for it to be recorded as a tie for the third-earliest snowfall of the season since record-keeping began in 1882. The […]

  • Colder weather coming along with a chance for snow

    DENVER — The seasons are changing there could be snow in the city when a sharp cold front blasts into the region late Thursday night into Friday morning. If it does snow in Denver, it will likely be part of a rain/snow mix. No accumulation is expected. The ground and temperatures are still too warm for that. We found more fresh snow! This time it's in #Colorado @Arapahoe_Basin, @CopperMtn, @RockyNPS. Pic: pic.twitter.com/r3gGbxBdpi — OpenSnow (@findOpenSnow) September 10, 2014 We stay […]

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    Heavy rain moves into metro area; Flash flood warnings, watches posted

    DENVER — Heavy rain fell along the Front Range beginning Tuesday afternoon. The slow-moving storms were expected to remain in the region bringing periods of heavy rain through Wednesday afternoon. See photos of the wild weather here. A flash flood watch was in effect through Wednesday afternoon for most of the state. It appears the heaviest rain will be in Denver north to Estes Park and Fort Collins. Showers and thunderstorms with very heavy rain were expected late Tuesday night […]

  • A tubing ban has gone up for Boulder Creek, Poudre River, Clear Creek and Saint Vrain River.

    Flash flood watch in effect; tubing ban extended to Clear Creek

    DENVER — A flash flood watch is in effect for the Front Range, including in the Denver metro area, as strong storms are expected to roll in Friday. Combined with warm temperatures this week accelerating snowmelt, creeks and rivers are rising to high, fast and dangerous conditions. Officials in Boulder and Larimer counties banned tubing on Boulder Creek and the Poudre River on Thursday. And Friday, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office and the Golden Police Department announced a limit on […]

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    Explore Colorado: Cheers to Summer

    Memorial Weekend is the kick-off to summer.  We’re saying cheers to summertime with great ideas for you and your family.  In this Explore Colorado special we’re off on a couple of family-friendly hikes, visiting a beer town that is as good as gold, getting on a roll on a board and magic bus, and raising a glass in a small town in the heart of Colorado’s wine country.  Cheers to your summer fun!