Sandra Shaw: WBAL Weather Girl HOT!

August 19, 2009

Meet Sandra Shaw, weathercaster and the latest guest co-host on “Live with Regis and Kelly.” Read more about the story, plus browse pictures and video here.


Sandra Shaw, weatherwoman for WBAL-TV got her chance to be in the national spotlight Wednesday as a guest co-host on “Live with Regis and Kelly.” She earned the opportunity to co-host the show after beating out 10 other broadcasters in a competition sponsored by Disney-ABC.

The high-energy weathercaster held her own sitting next to veteran broadcaster Regis Philbin. “I am ready to go,” she exclaimed as she came out onto the stage. “You look like it,” Philbin responded with emphasis in response to her high intensity. With tremendous stage chemistry the two humorously bantered back and forth like that throughout the show.

Let us know your thoughts in the comment section. Also, you will find pictures and a video below.

Sandra Shaw Biography

She forecasts the weather for WBAL in Mobile, Alabama. She has covered over twenty hurricanes throughout her career including delivering field reports for Katrina. The record-setting 2005 Hurricane season was what prompted her to become a full time meteorologist.

Her career began at WRBL in Columbus, Georgia, and then she relocated to the CBS affiliate in Mobile/ Pensacola. On the first dad at the new job Hurricane Erin hit the coast. After that she moved to Raleigh, NC where she was employed for four years by NBC.

An avid runner, she attended the University of Mississippi on a track and cross-country scholarship. She has run in several charity races, and is also active in causes including breast cancer research, hospice, and SPCA. Sandra Shaw is also a fervent reader, and is in the process of writing her first novel.


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3 Responses to “Sandra Shaw: WBAL Weather Girl HOT!”

  1. 1
    Drew McMahon Says:

    actually, WBAL TV 11 is in Baltimore,Maryland :)

  2. 2
    Kevin Says:

    Sandra Shaw is hotter than Georgia asphalt. Wow she is Beautiful.

  3. 3
    Beth Pierce Says:

    “A little bit of ambience” was amusing, but your latest: “a kind of conglomerated” describing the snow this a.m. (Tuesday) takes the cake. Are you trying to destroy the English language? Stick to simple words that make sense and stop trying to be erudite (do you know what that word means?)