Jonathan Stacey

Jonathan Stacey

Meteorologist, Traffic Reporter, co-host QC Morning

Charlotte, NC

Jonathan Stacey currently provides traffic reports for WBTV News This Morning, co-hosts QC Morning and delivers the weather forecast for the WBTV News at Noon.

He joined us from WJXT in Jacksonville, Florida where we worked as a meteorologist and environmental reporter. Jonathan has also held on-air positions in Bowling Green, KY, Bristol, VA and Huntsville, AL.

Jonathan was born in East Alabama and spent most of his childhood years in Middle and East Tennessee. He's an honors graduate of Middle Tennessee State University where he completed his degree in electronic media communications. Jonathan also earned his theological studies graduate degree from Vanderbilt University.

He also completed his meteorology training at Mississippi State University. Jonathan holds memberships with the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society.

As an undergraduate, Jonathan was selected for and completed a fellowship with NBC News in New York City. He interned at WTVF-TV and WKRN-TV in Nashville. After graduation, Jonathan started his career as an associate producer at WSMV-TV.

Jonathan is a licensed clergyman and has served in various ministerial roles in congregations in Alabama and Tennessee. He is also a proud member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Incorporated and the National Association of Black Journalists.

When he’s off on-air, Jonathan is likely in the gym or sitting before a great meal at a local restaurant or on a plane heading to his next travel destination.

If you’d like Jonathan to speak or make an appearance at you next event, please email him at jstacey@wbtv.com.


Recent Articles by Jonathan

  Heat indices aim towards the 100° mark for Fourth of July weekend

  Drier skies, above-average heat kicks off the Fourth of July holiday weekend

  Scattered showers, thunderstorms return Wednesday before drier air slips into Carolinas

  Isolated storms possible today as feels like temperatures reach the mid 90s

  High heat makes a comeback today and sticks around through the weekend

  Final round of workweek thunderstorms rolls through Thursday afternoon

  High heat hangs tough as thunderstorm chances climb through midweek

  Thursday’s uptick in temperatures, humidity leads to robust late-day storms

  First Alert: Damp, cloudy and unseasonably cool conditions persists through midweek

  Pleasant, comfortable conditions settle in as the weekend begins

  Another round of storms possible before unsettled weather comes to an end

  First Alert: Strong thunderstorms fire up late Wednesday into tonight

  Heat indices reach lower 90s with a few showers, thunderstorms possible Tuesday afternoon

  Numerous showers, thunderstorms fire up Friday afternoon

  Surge in heat, humidity leads to late-day storms

  Low to mid 80s return today as chance for rain remains low

  First day of June brings dry, relatively cool conditions

  Strong storms moving through with potential for severe wind gusts, hail and flash flooding

  First Alert: Severe Thunderstorm Warnings issued for Mecklenburg, surrounding counties

  Bertha brings heavy downpours, flooding issues to Charlotte and surrounding areas

  First Alert: Bertha brings heavy downpours, potential for flash flood through Thursday morning

  Cloudy, cool conditions persist through today ahead of Wednesday’s heavy rain

  Memorial Day: Mild temperatures, cloudy skies with isolated showers, storms possible

  Memorial Day: Mild, mostly cloudy with chance for scattered rain showers

  Strong thunderstorms leave damage in Charlotte-area neighborhoods

  First Alert: Foggy start, but a potentially stormy end to Friday

  First Alert: Rain showers, storms intensity through Thursday evening raising flood threat

  First Alert: Torrential rainfall increases potential for flash flooding

  First Alert: Off-and-on rain showers, thunderstorms expected for the majority of the week

  Calm, warm weather for the Carolinas as tropical activity brews further south