A fully qualified met office trained weather forecaster with 20 years experience, Clare’s first love has always been weather and science. Currently promoting her weather book ‘What Does Rain Smell Like’ which shot to the top of the Amazon charts, Clare is also a best-selling author.’
The face of Channel 5 weather, following 11 years as the weather anchor on GMTV. Clare has also worked for BBC weather, ITV and The Weather Channel as a presenter and meteorologist. She recently co-hosted BBC podcasts ‘Under The Weather’ and fronted the Boots Air Pollution Campaign. Clare also featured in Channel 4’s ‘Wild Weather’ series this year, and has presented numerous live weather reactive programmes for Ch 5.
Clare co-presented the much acclaimed CBBC science documentary series Fierce Earth which ran for two successful series. She has also written a series of Children’s books about the weather and climate. She is currently writing a pocket handbook of weather questions and answers which is due for publication in Autumn 2019.
Writing regularly for the Huffington Post on science and weather, her love of science is accompanied by a wealth of qualifications, including a recent diploma in Environmental Policy, a degree in Maths and a masters in Oceanography.
Clare has a passion for sport and fitness – she works out regularly and enjoys kickboxing. Her first fitness DVD, ‘Clare Nasir’s Boot Camp’ was released in late December 2009 and has become one of the UK’s best selling workout DVD’s.
Clare is the ambassador for the National Campaign on Healthy Air, this involves working closely with an environmental law firm, Client Earth, and speaking for the campaign at the House of Lords as well as other events and press interviews. She is also an ambassador for
The Princes Trust and a third-party advocate for the nuclear energy industry. Clare lives in Manchester with her husband and young daughter Sienna, but commutes regularly to Exeter and London. She welcomes new and exciting media opportunities.
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