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

Another cool morning ahead for Monday

Summer cold front arrives late week

Isolated showers and storms continue

Scattered showers and below average heat for the week

Hurricane Hanna now a Tropical Depression. Scattered showers and storms are back.

Sunny and hot Sunday

Warning about excessive heat continues Monday

Drying off and heating up in the days ahead

Rain & storms followed by intense heat

Wet start to week for ArkLaTex

Wet and stormy pattern for the work week

Rain and storms for Friday and Independence Day

Humid Sunday with isolated rain and t-storms

Strong to severe storms possible on Monday

Dry and hot weather expected rest of week

Isolated showers and sunshine for Wednesdayday

Another hot work week with isolated rain and storm chances

Hot, dry summer-time pattern stays for the weekend

Rain moves out tonight, heat moves in tomorrow

Tropical Storm Cristobal officially makes landfall in Louisiana.

Tropical Storm Cristobal makes landfall in Louisiana

Cristobal expected to make landfall Sunday evening in Louisiana

Tracking Tropical Storm Cristobal’s possible impacts on the ArkLaTex

Work-week warm up. Keeping an eye on the Gulf

Tropical Depression Three Forms in the Gulf of Mexico

Sunny and dry Sunday

Wet Memorial Day is the start of more rain this week

Tracking a wet and stormy Memorial Day Weekend

Dry and warm work week ahead

Happy Mother’s Day! Great weather for celebrating!