What happened to Alexandra Steele?


Alexandra Steele works as an on-air meteorologist for CNN, which is a division of Turner Broadcasting Systems that is based in Atlanta, Ga. Previously, Steele has worked as an on-air meteorologist on The Weather Channel and WJLA.

Alexandra Steele gained national recognition and popularity while working as an on-camera meteorologist for The Weather Channel. In September 2010, Steele was released from her contract with The Weather Channel.

Prior to working for The Weather Channel, Steele worked as a weather anchor for Turner Broadcasting Systems as a weathercaster and weekend meteorologist for WJLA and as a reporter for WRNN-TV. WJLA is an ABC afflilate station based in Washington, D.C. WRNN-TV is a regional news network TV station located in Rye Brook, N.Y.

As a part of her work as a meteorologist on CNN, Alexandra Steele has also appeared on "Erin Burnett OutFront" and "Early Start." Both of these shows air regularly on CNN as a part of the network's scheduled programming. She also appears on "CNN Newsroom."

Steele earned a bachelor's degree from Brown University in the history of art and architecture. She continued her education at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, where she completed a master's degree.

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I read the obit, in stunned disbelief. I am a friend of Alex and if you have any details i would really appreciate if you would let me know what happened. I knew Alex from New Orleans
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