Jesse Guinn

I’ve been a part of the 25 Weather Tracker team since May 2017. 

I’ve done a little bit of everything in broadcasting the last few years and I can truly say, it is my passion! I came to WEEK from WEIU, the PBS station at Eastern Illinois University. I’m a 2017 graduate from Eastern with dual degrees in Environmental Geography & Communication Studies, and minors in Broadcast Meteorology & Earth Science. I also hold an Associates degree from Vincennes University, where I worked at another PBS station, WVUT.

I’ve recently returned to school through Mississippi State University’s online Applied Meteorology masters program.

Along my journey, I interned with the meteorologists at WISH-TV in Indianapolis. I’ve also done quite a bit of time ‘behind-the-mic’ in country and top-40 radio. I worked at WMDH-FM in Muncie, Indiana, along with WCBH & WMCI in the east central Illinois area.

In my spare time you’ll find me building my model train layout, travelling and blazing a trail in some park, or playing guitar!

Be sure to follow me on Twitter and Facebook to stay connected, and if you see me around, be sure to ask me what the weather is going to be like!



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