Molly Rosenblatt

Molly Rosenblatt is the weekend evening meteorologist at WCCO. She was born and raised in Rochester, Minnesota and graduated from Century, where she was the “Weather Girl” on the school’s newscast. Molly lives close to her parents in Northeast Minneapolis, where she resides with her 10-year-old Chihuahua Lulabelle in her new home.
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Joined WCCO: 2015
Hometown: Rochester, Minnesota
Alma Mater: University of Minnesota & Missississippi State

Music: Indie rock
Movie: Overboard (Kurt Russell & Goldie Hawn)
TV Show: Fargo
Book: Cormac McCarthy, The Road
Food: Mexican and Thai
Local Restaurant: Northeast Social
Hidden MN Gem: Cliff jumping on the Temperance River along the North Shore
Sport/Exercise: Cross-country skiing, surfing and paddleboarding
Historical Figure: Abraham Lincoln
Famous Minnesotan: Paul Wellstone
Quote: “Do what you feel in your heart to be right, for you’ll be criticized anyway.” — Eleanor Roosevelt
Word: Namaste
Vacation Spot: Mexico
Holiday: Independence Day
Planet: Earth

Facebook or Twitter? Instagram
Cats or Dogs? Chihuahuas
Beatles or Rolling Stones? Rolling Stones! Mick Jagger can still dance like he’s 25!
Comedy or Tearjerker? Depends on my mood
Phone Call or Text Message? Depends on timing
Mac or PC? Mac
Coffee or Tea? Coffee
Paper or Plastic? Paper, of course
Morning Person or Night Person? Night owl
East Coast vs. West Coast? East!
Star Trek or Star Wars? Neither
‘Grey Duck’ or ‘Goose’? Grey Duck

Molly Rosenblatt is the weekend evening meteorologist at WCCO. Before joining the team in 2015, she spent two years at the Fox affiliate in Orlando on their five-and-a-half hour morning show Monday through Friday. Molly began her career at KRTV in Great Falls, Montana. From there, she went to KTSM in El Paso covering weekend weather and reporting. After Texas, she spent four years at WGNO in New Orleans as their weekend meteorologist.

Molly was born and raised in Rochester, Minnesota and graduated from Century, where she was the “Weather Girl” on the school’s newscast. She went to college at the University of Minnesota and was a member of both the Nordic Ski Team and Sailing Team. She interned at WCCO during her junior year and always hoped to return to Minneapolis and join the team here. She received her meteorology education from Mississippi State University.

After spending the last two years living and surfing in New Smyrna Beach — “Shark Bite Captial of the World” — she was happy to give up the surf and sand just in time for a Minnesota winter. She’s anxious to hit the trails and slopes and hopes to join the tough crowd of Lake Superior surfers at some point and catch some icy freshwater waves.

Molly lives close to her parents in Northeast Minneapolis, where she resides with her 10-year-old Chihuahua Lulabelle in her new home.

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