Kelly Ann Cicalese and her husband Edward J Davilla have welcomed a boy called Leonardo Edward into their family. On February 24, 2021, the Weekend EyeOpener meteorologist with WCVB Storm Team 5 gave birth to her first child. On the 25th of February, she announced the birth of her kid on Twitter.
In the tweet, she included two photos: one of the baby sleeping peacefully, and another of Cicalese and her husband cradling the infant.
“My husband Edward and I are overjoyed to announce the birth of our son, Leonardo Edward,” she wrote in the caption.
“Leo…was resolved to enter the world on February 24th, having been born 2 minutes before midnight.”
Cicalese has already revealed her pregnancy to the public in a cryptic manner on Twitter in September 2020. She released a video of herself doing the weather with the remark, “I have a special LABOR day forecast to give with you all,” on September 6. If it hadn’t been for the baby and milk bottle emojis, that caption would have gone completely unnoticed.
People were quick to interpret the hidden message and congratulate her on her special day when she made her announcement. Since October 11, 2015, the metrologist has been married to her husband, Davilla. She had met him at Rutgers University in her hometown of New Jersey.
The university is also the location of the couple’s wedding. Their wedding took held in a chapel on New Brunswick’s main campus.
Davilla works at Salem Five Bank as a Supervisor/Senior Customer Sales and Service Associate.
Kelly Ann’s Professional Journey: From WWOR TV to WCVB
Cicalese began her broadcast meteorology career with CBS News in Cheyenne, Wyoming, as an expressive and passionate broadcast meteorologist with live anchoring expertise. She had previously worked as an intern at WWOR TV in the Meteorology and Newsroom at My9 News. She went on to work for a long time in meteorology and broadcasting at various organizations before finally joining her current employer.
She spent over 15 years with CBS News, NBC News, and WSAZ TV before joining WCVB in October 2016. While at KGWN in Cheyenne, Wyoming, Cicalese, who holds an Associate Degree in Mathematics, was also named “Best Weather Broadcaster” by the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters.
Kelly Ann Cicalese’s Salary: How Much Does She Earn?
Employees at the WCVB earn an average of $51K per year. Kelly Ann Cicalese, on the other hand, has roughly 15 years of experience in broadcast meteorology and would make far more than the average.
Her years of expertise have qualified her for a high-paying position in a reputable company. Her ability to engage the audience by providing information in a friendly and professional manner distinguishes her as a noteworthy weather forecaster.