Megan McClellan

Megan McClellan

Megan McClellan joined the FOX23 Severe Weather Team in April 2016 from KTEN-TV in Denison, TX where she focused on the forecast for Southern Oklahoma and North Texas.

She's excited to be working in Green Country after working in Texoma.

Megan considers herself a "Texas Girl, Born & Raised". She graduated from Rockwall High School and moved to Norman, Oklahoma to attend the University of Oklahoma (Boomer Sooner!) and get a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology with minors in Mathematics and General Business.

While at OU, Megan worked for the Oklahoma Mesonet, held officers positions in many student organizations, was a member of the Pride of Oklahoma Color Guard, and did weather for the on-campus newscast OU Nightly. She gained valuable forecasting and broadcast experience during her time at OU Nightly and as an intern at KTVT, the CBS affiliate in Dallas-Fort Worth.

She is an amateur radio license holder. She enjoys contesting and talking to people around the world while collecting QSL cards (confirmation of contact).

Megan is a huge football fan that will cheer her heart out for her teams. She loves her Sooner football team and her Dallas Cowboys (even when they are losing). When asked what level of football is her favorite, her response is always high school! She loves seeing kids play their hearts out because they love the game.​

Megan is a member of the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association.

When she isn't working, she is planning her wedding (set for June 2017), taking photographs, trying new food (and consequently working out to burn those calories), shooting at the gun range with her dad, and scrapbooking.

If you have any weather questions or just want to talk weather with Megan, feel free to send her an email at

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