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Aimee Wilmoth Biography

Aimee Wilmoth is an American WRAL-TV Meteorologist. She joined the ranks of the WRAL personalities who have gone “Over the Edge” for Special Olympics. Although she was scared, she is glad she took on, and conquered, the challenge.

“I was completely terrified, but am SO happy I did it,” said Wilmoth. “I exceeded my fundraising goal of $1000 and raised $1625!”

Participants commit to raising $1,000 for the opportunity of rappelling down the side of the Wells Fargo building in downtown Raleigh, all 30 stories of it.

Aimee made her descent live on the WRAL-TV mid-day newscast.“For someone super scared of heights, it was a bit unsettling sitting on the ledge for FIFTEEN minutes waiting for the live shot on our noon news!” she explained. “I was very, very happy when my feet hit the ground. I just tried to not look down.

The WRAL-TV Meteorologist goes “Over the Edge” for Special Olympics, rappelling down all 30 floors of the Wells Fargo Building on Friday, September 29. 2017.

She went “Over the Edge” in honor of her brother, who has competed in Special Olympics. She said she would love the big smile he always had on his face when participating.

WRAL-TV Anchor/Reporter Ken Smith approached her about representing the station for “Over the Edge.”

“Aimee was great!” he said. “Just like me, she is afraid of heights and she completely conquered her fear of heights. Last year when I brought up the idea of looking for someone to Go Over the Edge for our station, she didn’t hesitate. She jumped at the opportunity. I was extremely proud of her.”

Smith recently rolled off a 5-year term on the board of Special Olympics North Carolina.

“Special Olympics remains near and dear to me,” he said. “Even though I’m no longer on the board “Board members must rotate off the Board every five years”, I still look for opportunities to volunteer with the organization. It’s a well-run organization but more importantly, the athletes we serve are so appreciative and endearing.”

Aimee Wilmoth Age

Aimee Wilmoth is an American WRAL-TV Meteorologist. She joined the ranks of the WRAL personalities who have gone “Over the Edge” for Special Olympics. She was born in Fort Worth, Texas. Her actual age is under review and will be updated soon.

Aimee Wilmoth Family

Wilmoth was born in Fort Worth, Texas. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology, 2001 at Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.

Her hobby and interest involve Taking Zumba classes; going to parks with her family; taking trips to warm places; She loves anything outdoors; college football and March Madness.

Aimee has not shared the details of her father, mother, brothers, and sisters. The information is under review and will be updated soon.

Aimee Wilmoth Husband

She is Married to her high school sweetheart, Brian. The couple has a son, August, and a daughter, Bailey. The WRAL-TV Meteorologist was congratulated by her husband, their children, and WRAL-TV’s Ken Smith after she went “Over the Edge” for Special Olympics on Friday, September 29. 2017.

She says “My family is so proud of me and also relieved that I made it down safely,” said Wilmoth. “My son, in particular, was very nervous and gave me a big hug after I completed the rappel!”

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Aimee Wilmoth Net Worth

Aimee Wilmoth is an American WRAL-TV Meteorologist. She joined the ranks of the WRAL personalities who have gone “Over the Edge” for Special Olympics. Her estimated Net Worth as of 2019 is under review and will be updated soon.

Aimee Wilmoth WRAL news

WRAL news director Rick Gall has announced that reporter Mikaya Thurmond will be the station’s new weekend morning anchor, starting in March.

Gall also announced that meteorologist Aimee Wilmoth has been promoted to weather executive producer.

Thurmond will take the spot to be vacated by Gina Benitez in March, working alongside co-anchor Bryan Mims.

Wilmoth is currently in her new role, a job previously held by Nate Johnson, who left the station in November for a position as Director of Weather Operations for NBCUniversal.

Thurmond, a native of Atlanta, has been with WRAL since 2015, coming from WTVC in Chattanooga.

Wilmoth has been a meteorologist at WRAL since 2012. She is a native of Fort Worth, Texas, and graduated from Texas A&M University. Adopted from WRAL news.

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Jupiter will shine brightly over next few days — Published: 2019-06-10 16:55:00 Updated: 2019-06-10 18:48:11 By Tony Rice, WRAL contributor/NASA AmbassadorThis is a great week to see Jupiter.

The largest planet in our Solar System will be at its biggest and brightest. Jupiter will be at opposition with the sun and Jupiter on opposite sides of the sun Monday night.

On Tuesday, Jupiter will also be at perigee, its closest approach to Earth (still just under 400 million miles away). It will continue to shine big and bright throughout June.

Helium shortage impacts science, industry, and celebrations — By Tony Rice, WRAL contributor helium balloons are on your shopping list for a Mother’s Day or a graduation celebration, you’ve probably noticed fewer shops are filling balloons and those that do are charging more.

The cost of helium has increased more than 250% in recent years, and shortages have already begun because we are running of helium and can’t make more.

Moon will make seeing Lyrid meteors challenging — By Tony Rice, WRAL contributor/NASA ambassador The Lyrid meteor shower is underway, but I wouldn’t both setting an alarm to get up early to see the show at its peak around an hour before sunrise Monday morning.

Though clouds are expected to continue breaking up Sunday night, conditions will still be partly cloudy before dawn Monday.

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Crazy happy ending:’ WRAL’s Aimee Wilmoth’s lost ring turns up after years on the beach

When WRAL meteorologist Aimee Wilmoth lost her Texas A&M Aggie class ring in the surf more than three years ago, she thought she would never see her treasured ring again.

But last week, she was contacted by a man who found the ring while using a metal detector on the North Carolina coast.

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