Helen Willetts is a meteorologist on the BBC. She appears regularly on BBC News, BBC World News, BBC Red Button, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Radio 2. Helen Willetts is an occasional weather forecaster on the BBC News at Ten on BBC One.
Helen Willetts was born in Chester, England. She was educated at Ysgol Eirias (Eirias High School) in Colwyn Bay, Wales. She obtained a first class honours degree in Physics at the University of Nottingham in 1993.
In February 1994, Helen Willetts joined the Met Office to begin a five-month weather forecaster training course at the Met Office College based at the former RAF Shinfield Park.
In July 1994, Helen Willetts moved to the Weather Centre in Cardiff. From 1995, she was a forecaster on both BBC Television and BBC Radio in Wales. In 1997, she joined BBC Weather in London to work for BBC News.
In March 2006, Helen Willetts was awarded the Television and Radio Industry Club (TRIC) award for best TV weather presenter.
Oh My Gosh Helen Willetts looked fantastic presenting tonight’s weather. WOW <3
Best all round weather forecaster, sexy and good at her forecasting, a rare combination.
You know, I was gonna condemn the new BBC News at Ten format ’cause you don’t see the presenters in close-up, then I saw Helen last night, and I could see her sexy high heels. I don’t think I’ve seen her feet before.
I Googled and got a date of birth for Helen of 10th February 1972, making her fifty, but I don’t know where that came from. It is not in her Wikipedia entry. Whatever her age is, I think she is the sexiest weather presenter, at least for my money.
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I think Helen is about the sexiest weather presenter.