Tracy Sinclare

Weekend Meteorologist

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Tracy Sinclare is the Weekend Meteorologist for Channel 2 News. Having moved to Alaska with her family in 1972 when her father was transferred to Elmendorf Air Force Base, Tracy has many years of experience with Alaska winters and the vagaries of its weather.

After graduating from East Anchorage High School in 1982, she attended Gonzaga University, receiving a B.A. in English and Broadcasting. She is currently attending Mississippi State University, seeking a B.S. in geo sciences.

Before coming to Channel 2 News in 2000, Tracy worked for the trans-Alaska pipeline system for 13 years in internal communications and media relations. In March 2002, Tracy joined the "Morning Edition" team as weather anchor. She moved to the "Weekend Edition" in November 2003.

In addition to working at Channel 2, Tracy is a published author of romance novels and has recently become obsessed with knitting.


NBC News Headlines

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Alleged CIA China turncoat Lee may have compromised U.S. Russia spies too

Officials tell NBC News that Jerry Chun Shing Lee may have gotten 20 U.S. spies in China killed, and that the Chinese may have tipped off the Russians.

Delta cracks down on service animals allowed on board

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Teen who escaped torture house overcame tremendous odds

The 17-year-old who escaped the alleged California house of horrors had to overcome mental hurdles as well as physical ones like being chained to a bed.