Lucy May Verasamy is an English weather forecaster, who is currently employed as a National weather forecaster at ITV weather. She studied A-Level Geography at King Edward VII School, in Norfolk and later in 2001 she graduated with a BSc degree in Geography from the Brunel University. She started her career at the Press Association’s weather centre as a forecaster, writing scripts for radio and forecasts for newspapers.
Moving on to her personal life, she has been a bit of low profile in this regard. There is no information about her personal life such as her family background, her childhood, and other achievements. Till today's date, it is unknown whether she is single or married or divorced. There are no details about her marital relation, so maybe she is still single. There are no rumors about her.
Early Life and Education of Lucy Verasamy
Lucy Verasamy was born on King's Lynn, Norfolk, England. She is British and belongs to the White ethnicity. She attended Silfield Primary School in Wymondham. Later she joined Framlingham College Junior School in Suffolk and King Edward VII School in King's Lynn and studied A-Level Geography.
Versamu graduated from Brunel University in 2001 in BSc (Hons) degree in Geography.
Lucy Verasamy's Career
Soon after her graduation, Versamy worked at the Press Association's weather as a forecaster for four years where she used to write scripts and forecasts for newspaper and radio.
Later, Versamy joined Sky News and she answered questions put forward by members of the public regarding climate change. She contributed to Sky News's The Weather Girls blog as well.
In 2010, Versamy joined ITV Breakfast and runs the show, Daybreak as a weather forecaster and environment correspondent along with Kristy McCabe.