• Kelly Ann Cicalese was born in New Jersey, is of Irish-Italian and American nationality, and has an 11-months younger sister.
• She attended Rutgers University, obtaining a bachelor’s degree in meteorology, and Middlesex County College, becoming an Associate of Science in Mathematics.
• She is a weather broadcaster, having worked for WWOR-TV, CBS News, WSAZ-TV, and WCVB station.
• She married Edward Davila, who is a sales representative, in 2015 in the chapel of Rutgers University.
• Kelly is a human rights fighter, an avid tennis player, and her current net worth is estimated to be over $700,000.


Kelly Ann Cicalese Wiki Bio

Kelly Ann Cicalese was born on 28 July but hasn’t shared the exact year of her birth with the public, but probably 1987 – she was born under the zodiac sign of Leo in New Jersey USA, and is popular thanks to her career of a weather broadcaster (meteorologist).

Early life and education

Kelly spent her entire childhood in New Jersey together with her parents and has an 11-months younger sister Kathleen who is teaching math in a high school – she can rarely be heard talking about her family as she prefers not to get them involved in media. Kelly is of Irish-Italian and American nationality.

Kelly has been interested in dancing since she was five years old, when she began learning River Dance, a traditional Irish dance.  She would go on to practice dancing for the next 10 years, and perform all around New Jersey and New York, which made her somewhat popular in high school. After she matriculated, Kelly enrolled at Rutgers University from which she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in meteorology – during her time there, Kelly was a member of the Rutgers Meteorologist Club.

As Kelly wanted to further work on her education, she enrolled at the Middlesex County College and became an Associate of Science in Mathematics.

Career of a meteorologist

Kelly launched her career soon after she obtained her bachelor’s degree in meteorology, as she started working for WWOR-TV network as their intern in 2011. The network decided not to keep her after she finished her internship, and Kelly moved to Cheyenne in Wyoming and began working for the CBS News network.

Kelly Ann Cicalese

Kelly did not stay long with CBS News as she switched to WSAZ-TV in 2013, where she became somewhat recognized as a meteorologist. She was part of the WSAZ-TV team for a year, working as their weather broadcaster before she moved to Boston and began working for the WCVB station – she can be seen reporting every day in the “Storm Team 5” show. Kelly’s career and her skills at broadcasting have won her an award – the Best Weather Broadcaster Award in 2013 for her coverage of the Colorado floods.

Love life and husband

Kelly is the kind of a woman who prefers to keep her personal matters to herself, but as both she and her husband are somewhat popular, some things regarding their marriage are still known. Kelly met Edward Davila while they were both attending Rutgers University – Edward is a sales representative who is currently working for the Pioneer West Virginia Federal Credit Union. They were an instant match and launched their relationship not long after meeting, but dated for several years before exchanging their wedding vows on 11 October 2015.

As they were both very attached to their university and loved it because it gave them an opportunity to meet, they decided to marry in the chapel of Rutgers University. It appears as both Kelly and Edward have been completely focused on their careers throughout the years, which is perhaps why they don’t have any kids, and it doesn’t appear as they are planning on starting a family anytime soon.

Being as secretive as she is, Kelly hasn’t shared details regarding any other man she might have dated before Edward, and judging by her social media accounts and her own statements, this is Kelly’s first marriage and she doesn’t have any kids.

Hobbies and other interests

Kelly is mostly focused on her career of a meteorologist, but there are still numerous other things she enjoys doing in her free time.

Kelly is a fighter for human rights, and actively helps the community and people in need – she is an active volunteer for the Habitat for Humanity and could have been seen during the Ellie Runway held in 2017 as she was helping gather money for breast cancer patients. Even though Kelly has no children, she enjoys working with them and can often be seen going to elementary and high schools where she teaches children about weather, and helps them conduct experiments.

Kelly is also quite focused on both her physical and mental health. She has several training sessions at the gym each week – she first started going to the gym to get rid of piled-up stress, but eventually fell in love with working-out, taking extra care of her weight and maintaining a strict diet. She is an avid tennis player, and often plays with her colleagues from work – speaking about her mental health, Kelly does yoga and meditates on a daily basis.

Appearance and net worth

Although Kelly hasn’t confirmed her year of birth with the public, she is around 32 years old. She has long blonde hair and blue eyes, is 5ft 8ins (1.73m) tall, and weighs around 143lbs (65kgs).

According to authoritative sources, Kelly’s current net worth is estimated to be more than $700,000, and is steadily rising thanks to her career of a weather broadcaster.

Social media presence

Kelly is more or less active on the internet – ‘more’ because she is very active on Twitter and Facebook and ‘less’ because she doesn’t seem to have an Instagram account. Kelly uses her Twitter account to discuss random things with her fans, while the main purpose of her account is to inform people of the weather conditions – she launched her Twitter account in January 2013, and has since gathered more than 8,000 followers and tweeted nearly 6,300 times. She is also very active on her Facebook page, which currently counts almost 17,700 fans.


Benjy is currently a reporter for BiographyPedia based in Adelaide, Australia. Prior to joining BiographyPedia in July 2019, he was a Bizarre TV reporter and theatre critic at TheSun. Benjy has also written for DailyMail and TMZ. Benjy studied journalism at Goldsmiths University of London, graduating in 2009. You can contact him at [email protected].

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