Natalie Nunn loves calling the Ozarks home once again. You can watch her doing KOLR10 midday weather on Wednesday and Fridays, as well as bringing good news every Friday at 5 pm in her weekly Tell Me Something Good segment.
Growing up in Webster County, Natalie became interested in weather at an early age. Living on a hill overlooking Marshfield, anytime severe weather was rolling in, her mom would drag her outside to watch the storm. As much as she loves a good thunderstorm, winter weather is her favorite.
Natalie enjoys forecasting the ever-changing weather of the Ozarks. She also loves getting to meet and tell the stories of the people across southwest Missouri and northwest Arkansas. Each week she finds it a privilege to bring uplifting stories into viewers’ homes through Tell Me Something Good.
After graduating from Marshfield High School, Natalie attended Evangel University. Before graduating, she began her TV career in the Springfield market where she spent the next eight years as the morning meteorologist. Natalie took nearly a decade break from TV to spend time as a stay-at-home-mom. During her time away from TV she lived south of Dallas and in the high desert of New Mexico. She can tell you with full certainty, that there is no place like home!
Natalie, her husband Frank, two kids Hays and Taylor, and her grumpy cockapoo, Teddy, live in a farmhouse built in 1888. You can catch them at a sporting event almost any night of the week. Follow along with Natalie’s adventures over on her Facebook, Meteorologist Natalie Nunn.