Erin Mayovsky

Erin Mayovsky

Weather Anchor

I love the Northwest and how beautiful it is. I was born and raised in the Seattle area.  There’s just something about the fresh, clean, crisp air that keeps me here year after year, and maybe that’s why I also love forecasting our region’s weather so much… even if it means getting up in the wee hours of the morning or staying up late at night!  I’ve been forecasting in the Northwest for more than two decades and I’m still fascinated by the ever-changing, crazy weather our area throws at us.   

Besides anchoring the weather one of my favorite activities is playing soccer.  I grew up playing soccer at the top levels in Washington State and traveled the country for tournaments.  My high school teams were state champions, which led me straight to the intercollegiate women’s soccer program at the University of Washington.  Go DAWGS! 

My other favorite thing to do is spend time with my husband and children and our dog Loki. My kids play baseball, basketball, and soccer and that keeps us busy but has given us the chance to travel around the country together for games.  

I feel blessed because I’ve spent almost my entire career working in Seattle. Although my first TV job took me to eastern Washington’s NBC station, KNDO.  

I’ve also been fortunate in following my other broadcasting passions.  I have reported and anchored the news, covered the Sounders MLS championship runs, Seahawks Super Bowls, Mariners pre-&-post-game shows, Sonics, and all Husky athletics along with hosting several national and local programs, including MCing community events.  

Hope to see you around town and don’t forget to stay connected!  Send me your comments or ideas.

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Active weather moving into Western WA... rain, wind and mountain snow!

The second half of the weekend is going to be sloppy at times.  Rain, wind and mountain snow will take over the forecast.   Widespread rain will move in overnight dropping heavy snow to the mountains.  This all thanks to an "Atmospheric River" set up in the Pacific.