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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
  • Daffodil Festival canceled, so princesses bring festivities to community virtually

    Every spring, the annual Daffodil Festival and Parade brings the community together, but for the first time since WWII, festivities have been canceled due to coronavirus concerns.

  • King County opens first decontamination site for officers

    King County's very first decontamination site is up and running for law enforcement officers to disinfect themselves and their equipment before going home.

  • Keeping pets safe amid coronavirus pandemic

    A tiger at a zoo in New York has tested positive for coronavirus and it's raising questions about the virus and our pets.

  • Mild weather continues as Seattle has 13th day in a row of below-average temperatures

    SEATTLE — Expect partly sunny skies on Saturday and highs near 52 degrees, making it the 13th straight day of below-average temperatures in Seattle. The average high is 57 degrees and we’ll get there next week! Some showers are possible south of Seattle in our southern counties later in the afternoon. There is a chance for showers Sunday, but nothing significant. Most of our locations will be dry. Highs will be warmer near 55. High pressure will bring sunshine next […]

  • Snoqualmie Valley School District expands free meal program

    The Snoqualmie Valley School District has expanded its free meal delivery service to make sure no child goes hungry while school is closed during the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Coronavirus: Dozens get sick, 2 die after March 10th choir rehearsal in Mount Vernon

    Dozens of choir members became ill after a rehearsal earlier this month in Mount Vernon.

  • Lowland snow and rain taper off, but wind sticks around

    SEATTLE — Lowland snow in the South Sound and our southern counties will transition into rain Saturday afternoon, but we’ll mostly dry it out by then. We’ll hang onto the clouds today and it will be chilly with highs near 41. Lows will be below freezing overnight. A High Wind Warning is in effect for Whatcom County until 6 p.m. Sustained winds of 30-40mph and gusts of 50-60mph are possible. Sunday will be mostly sunny but still chilly with highs […]

  • Forecast: Cold front brings rain, chilly temps this weekend

    SEATTLE — A slow moving cold front is bringing a wet Friday morning commute. The front should move out this afternoon and northwesterly winds will usher in chilly temperatures. We’re already seeing freezing temps in Forks this morning. Afternoon highs will be in the mid 40s. That’s 10 degrees colder than yesterday’s high. Overnight lows will be in the mid 30s. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the north Cascades from 6 p.m. Friday – 6 a.m. Saturday, […]

  • Coronavirus deaths tied to Kirkland nursing facility increase to 7

    KIRKLAND, Wash. — King County officials have confirmed three more deaths tied to Life Care Center of Kirkland, now bringing the total to seven who have died of coronavirus. Carmen Gray and her sister visited their 76-year-old mom at the nursing facility on Tuesday. She says her mom has been there since November for rehab for her knee and developed a cough and shortness of breath last Tuesday, but was not tested for COVID-19 because she didn’t meet the criteria […]

  • Ashford man survives after landslide consumes him

    "I had gotten to a place where no matter where I reached, my hand would keep sinking, and my face would go down in it and there was no pavement in it. It was just mud."

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