Jessica Moore

Jessica Moore


Shreveport, Louisiana

Jessica Moore is the weekend meteorologist who joined the KSLA 12 News team in May of 2019. She is a recent graduate of Mississippi State University, where she achieved a Masters of Geoscience with a concentration in Broadcast. Before earning her masters degree, she earned a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Mississippi.

Jessica has been interested in the news business and weather since she was a young girl. Her love for weather began by wishing for snow while living in Irving, Texas. She would watch the weather channel in hopes they'd have the pink warning labels over her hometown. Although her love for weather began at an early age, it truly grew while learning more about the atmosphere during her time in graduate school.

The first major storm she remembers happened in the evening hours of her 10th grade year. Growing up and hearing countless flash flood and tornado warnings, but never seeing many of the threats in person caused Jessica's awareness and level of concern for these types of warnings to dwindle, until 2011.

During the severe weather outbreak of 2011, a tornado was just inches from her home. She remembers looking out the window, her ear stopping up, and her great aunt yelling for her to head into the hallway. After seeing the devastation and destruction after the tornado, this event brought on fear, which after education, turned into a passion for keeping people safe and alert for severe weather.

She's excited to be in Louisiana, as it serves as a sweet spot between her family in Texas and Mississippi.

When she's not on the green screen, Jessica likes to ride her bike, play the ukulele and paint.

Recent Articles by Jessica

Meteorologist visits high school JAG program

Warm and calm this Sunday, cold front arrives Monday

Sunny and dry weekend, front arrives early next week

Frigid Tuesday morning ; nice warm-up this afternoon.

Sunny and cool start to the work week

Dry and quiet stretch of weather ahead

Severe Weather Threat Gone, Sunshine and dry conditions are back

Thanksgiving forecast, plus the potential for severe weather Saturday

Severe Weather Outlook Tuesday

Ending the weekend warm and dry, but rain arrives Tuesday

Dry weekend for holiday shopping. Rain returns next week!

First Alert: Rain moves back in the ArkLaTex late work week

Pleasant afternoon to wrap up the weekend

Weekend warm up with ample sunshine

Warm and sunny today, cold front brings rain and arctic cold Monday

Warmer this weekend, cold front arrives Monday

TGIF: Chilly and dry today with a nice warm up for the weekend

Cool, dry, and sunny this weekend. Rain returns later in the week.

Sunny and dry to end the weekend.

Chilly treat in your forecast for Halloween

Dry and Sunny end to the weekend. Rain arrives mid week

Chilly and cloudy today, warm and sunny tomorrow

Sunshine, blue skies return; then another cold front arrives late in the workweek

Quiet and warm weekend, severe weather possible Sunday night/Monday Morning

Severe Weather Potential for late Sunday night

First Alert: Cold front moves in tonight. Expect more showers and storms

First Alert: Heavy rain moves in Tuesday

First Alert: Showers for some today, but more is on the way

Gorgeous fall day today!

Why we have a second severe weather season in the fall