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AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist


Stacey Garvilla is a Broadcast Meteorologist who has recently relocated to Jacksonville, Florida from Colorado Springs to assist with an ongoing family struggle. Due to the nature of the family situation, Stacey is actively seeking freelance opportunities in Jacksonville. Prior to the move, Stacey served as  the Chief Meteorologist at KRDO TV in Colorado Springs, CO. Previously, she served as the Chief Meteorologist in Joplin, MO. Stacey began her career in Joplin as the Morning and Noon Meteorologist and Co-Anchor on Local News Today in 2012.  She has served over four years in the Chief role with over seven years experience on TV full time.

Stacey graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from Florida State University in 2012. She also earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications and Geography with a concentration in Atmospheric Sciences from the University of Delaware in 2008.

Stacey is an AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM #760) from the American Meteorological Society. She is also a member of the National Weather Association. 

Stacey was awarded Best Weathercast from the Kansas Association of Broadcasters in 2017 and Honorable Mention for her 10 PM Weathercast in 2015. 

She enjoys being active in the community by doing school talks and weather presentations from kindergarten age to senior groups. Stacey has hosted parades and presented weather live on the Jumbotron for Pitt State University Football Games. She is also very active in the running community having done numerous marathons and half marathons plus the occasional mud run. Stacey enjoys running, hiking, exploring and photography. 



Highlights of Colorado Weather  - KRDO (2018)

Resume Reel - KSNF (2017)

Severe Weather Reel - KSNF (2017)

Personality Reel - KSNF (2017)



  • KRDO TV in Colorado Springs, Colorado - Chief Meteorologist 
  • KSNF TV in Joplin, Missouri - Chief Meteorologist 
  • KSNF TV in Joplin, Missouri - Morning/Noon Meteorologist 
  • WCTV TV in Tallahassee, FL - Intern
  • WCAU NBC 10 in Philadelphia, PA - Intern
  • WBOC 16 TV in Salisbury, MD - Intern


KRDO-TV,  Colorado Springs, CO - Chief Meteorologist


  • Gained experience forecasting and covering record breaking hail storms and winter weather events. 
  • Led wall-to-wall team coverage and extended newscasts during high impact weather events with other members of the weather and news team.
  • Managed all aspects of the weather team including scheduling, major weather events and problem solving.

KSNF-TV,  Joplin, MO - Chief Meteorologist


  • Heavy experience with continuous wall to wall severe weather coverage in a team and solo environment while maintaining social media and Facebook lives. 
  • Held accountability of managing and collaborating with the weather team to keep delivery of certain weather events concise and uniform.
  • Highly active in the community emceeing a variety of events, presenting school talks, hosting live coverage of parades, delivering forecasts on the Jumbotron for college football games.

KSNF-TV, Joplin, MO - Morning/Noon Meteorologist & Co-Anchor

JUNE 2012 - DECEMBER 2014

  • Experience forecasting four seasons and covering extreme weather events while assisting the chief and weather team in the evenings with severe weather coverage.
  • Delivered a fast-paced compelling weather story to a morning viewing audience every 10 minutes for "Weather on the Tens" from 5:30-7 AM while incorporating lifestyle graphics.


Florida State University - Bachelor of Science in Meteorology

August 2010 - April 2012

  • Earned a Bachelor of Science degree with Minor in Mathematics.
  • Served an internship at WCTV-TV and observed radar work during severe weather. 
  • Produced and performed as a Student Meteorologist and Team Leader at 4FSU Weather.

University of Delaware - Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications 

August 2004 - May 2008

  • Earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications and Geography.
  • Served internships at WCAU NBC 10 and WBOC TV 16.
  • Produced and performed as a Student Meteorologist, Weather Producer and Fill-In Anchor at the Student Television Network News STN49 News.


Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM #760) by the American Meteorological Society (2017)

National Weather Association Member

Best Weathercast by the Kansas Association of Broadcasters (2017)

Honorable Mention by the Kansas Association of Broadcasters for 10 PM Weathercast (2015)

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