Sarah Keith-Lucas

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Sarah Dorothy Keith-Lucas (born 12 February 1982) is an English meteorologist, and a BBC weather presenter on BBC One.

Early life[edit]

Keith-Lucas was born in Hastings, East Sussex in 1982. She is the daughter of Christopher Leslie Keith-Lucas (born 1949) and Claire Forrester. Her middle name comes from her grandmother Dorothy de Bauduy Robertson, who was killed in a road accident in 1979; Dorothy's husband was David Keith-Lucas, who was an aerodynamicist in Kent during World War II, and President, from 1968–69, of the Royal Aeronautical Society. Sarah has an older brother.

For part of her education Keith-Lucas attended Cranbrook School, Kent, a co-educational state grammar school. She took her GCSEs at Robertsbridge Community College.[1]

She studied Geography at Durham University (Collingwood College).

Career[edit]

Keith-Lucas joined the Met Office in 2007 and started presenting forecasts for BBC Weather in 2008. She has done the five-day weather forecast on the BBC One series Countryfile. She also presents occasional weather-based documentaries on the BBC News and BBC World News channels Climate Check[2] and Weather World,[3] which she co-presents with Nick Miller, and once included an item for children about making a rain gauge she presented along with her son Oscar.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sussex Express
  2. ^ "Climate Check - BBC Weather".
  3. ^ "BBC World News - Weather World, 24/12/2019".

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