Marisa Woloszyn joined KEZI 9 News as the Weekend Meteorologist in March 2012, and was promoted to Chief Meteorologist in December of 2014.
Marisa is an AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist, the highest certification for an on-air meteorologist. She has a master’s degree in Meteorology from Mississippi State University. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences from Michigan State University.
Marisa is from Detroit, Michigan, and being from the Midwest, it’s no surprise to her how quickly the weather can change. Her fascination of severe weather events and why they happen is what originally drew her to a career in meteorology. She soon realized that all weather can be fascinating, including "simple" aspects like clouds. She loves all things weather and enjoys sharing her passion with viewers every night.
Looking to add some bright colors to your garden? Salvia is a great plant that can handle the heat, and attracts hummingbirds too.
There are many colors of begonias, both flowers and leaves. In this week's In The Garden we take a look at some of the different types.
Living Coral is the color of the year. A orangy coral color can be found in many flowers and plants that thrive in Western Oregon.
Groundcover is a great way to add color to your yard with low-maintenance plants. Caleb Johnson from Johnson Brothers Garden Market has details about some good groundcover for our area.
Thousands of those people will be taking their marks on Leo Harris Parkway before running 13.1 or 26.2 miles. This year’s course will take runners across the Ferry Street Bridge, through downtown, through the University of Oregon, and along the river paths.
Soil conditioner and lime can help you plants thrive in clay soil.
In this week's In The Garden, Caleb Johnson gives tips on how to keep houseplants alive.
With a lot of plants being damaged by the weather this winter. Caleb Johnson, from Johnson Brothers Garden Market shows us how to decide if plants will make it through the summer of if it’s time to say goodbye.
PeaceHealth has partnered with the Eugene Marathon this year to provide medical tents for runners on race day and PeaceHealth Rides bikes for spectators to get around.
Eugene Has Heart allows runners to support local nonprofits as they Run For Free on race weekend. With this year’s races finishing on the 50-yard line at Autzen Stadium, the Eugene Marathon has chosen two nonprofits with close ties to the Oregon Duck football team.