FOX News senior meteorologist Janice Dean has written children's books but now she embarks on sharing her personal journey with her memoir "MOSTLY SUNNY: How I Learned to Keep Smiling Through the Rainiest Days."
In the book, Dean describes her childhood in Canada, struggles with weight, her Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis and so much more. She landed her first job at 14 years old and worked in a series of odd jobs before enrolling in journalism school.
Dean's first (unpaid) broadcasting job was trading on-air quips with an “afternoon jock” in Ottawa, but her first big break came when Don Imus brought her to New York to do daily entertainment reports on his show.
After being diagnosed with MS, Dean has faced the daunting challenge of the “my you look so well” disease and she explains how she navigated her health issues in her day-to-day life.
Dean continues here daily role as the on-air meteorologist for the "Fox and Friends" show.