WFAA meteorologist Kalee Dionne anchored her last forecast on Wednesday (15 December) as she revealed to fans on social media she was leaving the station.
She had become a familiar face to the Dallas station’s viewers over the past years, many are now curious to know what Kalee Dionne will do after leaving WFAA.
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Is Kalee Dionne leaving WFAA?
Yes, the WFAA meteorologist is leaving her role at the Dallas, Texas station after two years with the ABC affiliate.
Kalee Dionne announced the news on Twitter yesterday, Wednesday, 15 December, as she revealed it was her last day on the show.
Sharing a snap with fellow WFAA star Jason Wheeler, Dionne wrote: “The news is true. Today was my last day on WFAA. There was no goodbye, but tried to slide it in there. I’ve enjoyed y’all so much. Thank you for trusting me for the past 2 years.”
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What will she do next?
Kalee Dionne is yet to reveal her plans for the future, although in her Wednesday announcement, Dionne hinted she would keep fans updated on social media.
Over the past week on her Instagram, Dionne has counted down to her announcement as part of a “7-day forecast.” Starting the countdown last Thursday, the meteorologist wrote: “Plot twist. Stay tuned for a big announcement next week! #pivot.”
Over the past week, fans took to the comments of the post as some were curious as to if Dionne was building up to a pregnancy announcement while others sensed she would be leaving WFAA.
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Kalee Dionne’s career explored
Kalee Dionne is a Mississippi State University graduate where she studied broadcast meteorology. She started her weather career in radio at WSIU and later went on to work for ABC affiliate WSIL.
Before joining Dallas, Texas’ WFAA, Dionne was a weekend morning meteorologist for NBC Chicago, having previously worked at a number of different local TV stations, including WCIA, WIAT and KSHB.