Isobel Lang

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Isobel Dinah Lang (born 16 July 1970 in Lincoln) is a weather presenter for Sky News.

Early life[edit]

Lang grew up in Sussex and Hertfordshire. She graduated with a BSc degree in mathematics[1] in 1991 from the University of Exeter, before joining the Met Office in 1991 where she prepared forecasts for the press, and presented the weather on local radio.

Broadcasting[edit]

She joined the BBC on 31 May 1995, becoming one of the better known faces of BBC Weather, in part due to her distinctive red hair. She appeared across all of the BBC's TV and Radio news outlets, including regular primetime forecasts on BBC One and appearances on BBC World and BBC News 24.

Isobel left the BBC Weather Centre in August 2006 and joined Sky News in September 2006 where she also presented forecasts for Channel 5 until February 2012.

Personal life[edit]

She married Christopher Clarke in September 1997 in Hatfield, Hertfordshire. She had a son [2] in September 2002 and a daughter in January 2004. They live in south west London.

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