Grace Lim is a weekend meteorologist and reporter for Q13 FOX. You can catch her forecasts every weekend from 7 a.m – 11 a.m. on JoeTV.

Grace has more than a decade of broadcast experience. She was previously a meteorologist in Lafayette, Louisiana, where she spent 3 years covering just about every weather phenomena – hurricanes, tornadoes, thunderstorms, severe weather, flooding, and even snow!

Memorable events include wall-to-wall coverage of the historic August 2016 flooding, tracking the development of supercells that developed into a tornado outbreak in 2017, and covering the landfalls of Hurricane Barry, Tropical Storm Cindy, and Tropical Storm Harvey. She also produced and anchored the station’s first and only Hurricane Special.

Before that, she was an anchor/reporter in Eugene, Oregon, and an associate producer in Los Angeles, California.

Grace graduated from UC Davis with a double major in English and Communications and received her certificate in Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University.

She grew up in Southern California and is excited to be back on the West Coast! Grace enjoys taking pictures of the beautiful Pacific Northwest, working out at Orangetheory Fitness, and hanging out with her dog Tiny Toy.

Grace is active on all social media platforms. For the latest weather updates, you can follow her on Twitter and Facebook. For photos of nature, her foodie adventures, and of course Tiny Toy, give her a follow on Instagram. You can also email her your weather photos/videos!

Recent Articles
  • Seattle sunshine a much-needed break from clouds and rain

    SEATTLE — When the sun is out in Seattle, everyone and everything is out! The mountains, boats, people, dogs, you name it, were all out Wednesday to soak in the sunshine. It was a bit chilly, but nothing a jacket couldn’t fix. It’s all thanks to a high-pressure ridge that left the sky cloudless. Folks at Alki Beach played in the sand and soaked up the Vitamin D while taking in the spectacular views. “You look at the mountains and […]

  • Missing Mason Co. boy found alive, hospitalized

    BELFAIR, Wash. — A 10-year-old boy missing for more than a day in Mason County has been found alive. Search teams found Thomas Lienneweber at a friend’s home less than a mile from the Trails End Lake area in Belfair at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. That’s where a command post was set up since he disappeared. The Mason County Sheriff’s Office says Thomas has injuries from being exposed to the cold and is being treated at an area hospital. Mason County […]

  • Remains believed to be Issaquah hostage-taker found in burned home

    ISSAQUAH, Wash. — A body has been found inside a charred Issaquah home where an armed man had held his sister and her family hostage for hours this weekend, according to the Washington State Patrol. A medical examiner arrived to an Issaquah home Monday afternoon after a cadaver dog found human remains. Investigators believe the remains to be the 28-year-old gunman that held his sister, her boyfriend, and two children ages 5 and 8 hostages Saturday night. After hours of […]

  • Remains found inside Issaquah home believed to be man who took family hostage at gunpoint

    ISSAQUAH, Wash. — Remains found inside a sprawling, charred home in Issaquah are believed to be the man who held his sister and her family hostage at gunpoint for several hours over the weekend. Issaquah Police said the hostage situation started about 7:30 p.m. Saturday, when officers responded to a suspicious circumstance call at a home in the 5200 block of Isola Place NW in the Montreux area. Investigators said a 28-year-old man with a felony warrant, later learned to […]

  • Flooded homeowners in Pacific pleading for a buyout

    PACIFIC, Wash. — Residents in Pacific are bracing for more flooding because the Army Corps of Engineers is releasing water from the Mud Mountain Dam. Vicky Nelson, who lives in the White River Estates neighborhood, says she’s ready to leave at a minute’s notice. “I’m packed. I have my suitcases packed. I’m ready to jump in my car and head out to my son’s house in Lake Sammamish, far, far away,” said Nelson. Back in 2009, the Corps released 12,000 […]

  • Landslide danger continues for Fall City

    FALL CITY, Wash. — The ground under 356th Drive SE in Fall City continues to move very slowly. The road is split in half, and King County has now placed a weight restriction to prohibit heavy commercial trucks from using it. Early Tuesday morning, road crews discovered the crack widened about half an inch. On Monday, the road spread 3 inches, prompting emergency evacuations for nearly 80 homes. Evacuation orders are now voluntary for homes north of the slide, but […]

  • SR 169 reopens in Maple Valley days after Cedar River flooding began

    UPDATE: SR-169 reopened about 4 a.m. Tuesday.  MAPLE VALLEY, Wash. — SR-169 remains closed in Maple Valley after the Cedar River flooded on Friday. It’s shut down from 196th Ave SE to SE 231st St. Daniel Anderson owns a welding business not too far from the closure. “I haven’t been able to work. Just shut off the electricity and wait for the water to recede because everything’s gotta dry out, can’t weld in that,” said Anderson. Anderson has been welding […]

  • Farmers working to protect livestock during major flooding in Carnation

    CARNATION, Wash. — Area farmers say this some of the worst flooding they’ve ever seen. Farms including Carnation Farms looked more like giant lakes. “I don’t know how high that water is going to get. Usually, those of us who have been here a long time and farm here a long time know exactly what a flood crest looks like. This is exceptional because it was already full of water,” said Hannah Cavendish-Palmer with Carnation Farms. Cavendish-Palmer says the floods […]

  • Residents brace for White River flooding as heavy rain continues

    The White River is under a flood warning until further notice.

  • Snohomish students band together to bring back school’s beloved therapy dogs

    SNOHOMISH, Wash. — Two beloved therapy dogs that were removed from Snohomish High School will return to classrooms, but it didn’t come without a fight from students who took a stand. Sage is a therapy dog and a regular at the high school. He even has his own staff ID card, but the golden retriever has been absent after the Snohomish School District removed him and another dog named Winston from the classroom. Junior Hamoody Smith says Sage helps keep […]

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