I’m the meteorologist for FOX 2 News Saturday and Sunday evenings. You’ll also see me on other KTVI newscasts as well as occasionally filling in on our sister station, KPLR. I also manage content for the stations’ websites, FOX2now.com and KPLR11.com.

Born and raised in north St. Louis County, I graduated from Incarnate Word Academy in 1999. In 2003, I earned my Bachelor of Science degree in Geography/Meteorology from Western Illinois University. While in school, I spent the summer of 2002 interning with the FOX 2 weather team.

I headed north and started my career in beautiful Anchorage, AK where I worked for three years as the weekend meteorologist for the CBS affiliate, KTVA. I was thrilled to return home to St. Louis and join FOX 2 in October 2006.

My husband, Glen, and I are huge St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Blues fans. We also love theatre, food trucks, and spending time with our dog, a Samoyed named Mo!

Recent Articles
  • Former Midwest rainmaker likely to become tropical storm, drench the Gulf Coast

    ST. LOUIS, MO – The Midwest has been very wet this Spring and Summer, leading to devastating flooding. Now some of the rain we’ve seen may lead to others to feel the blow of Mother Nature’s fury.  Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center are closely watching for the second tropical storm of the Atlantic hurricane season to develop in the coming days. The energy for that storm’s development is coming from the same low pressure system that brought rain to […]

  • St. Louis firefighters prepare for one-two punch of heat and fireworks

    ST. LOUIS – The Fourth of July is the busiest, more dangerous 24-hours for St. Louis firefighters. Between the building heat and humidity and the misuse of fireworks, emergency crews see a very high volume of calls. In 2018, there were 18,500 fires caused by fireworks between June 20 and July 25, including one in south St. Louis that destroyed the Macklind Avenue Deli. The CDC reported 11,000 fireworks-related injuries requiring hospital visits, forty percent of which involve children. Fireworks […]

  • Independence Day Festivals and Fireworks

    ST. LOUIS, MO – Happy Independence Day! Looking for some fun events and fireworks displays? Meteorologist Angela Hutti has some ideas for you and your family. Independence Day Events 2019 Fireworks on Wednesday, July 3 Heritage & Freedom Fest Venue: Ozzie Smith Sports Complex, O’Fallon, MO Fireworks: 10:15 following the Walker Hayes, Filmore, and Noah Guthris concert. https://www.heritageandfreedomfest.com/ JB Blast Venue: Jefferson Barracks Park, south St. Louis County Time: 7:00pm-10:00pm Enjoy music under the stars in the Veterans Memorial Amphitheater […]

  • Hopes high that games will soon be played on flooded Kirkwood fields

    KIRKWOOD, Mo. – Area floodwaters continue to recede and that means baseball may soon be played at popular fields in St. Louis County. The good news is that water from the overflowing Meramec River is finally draining away from the 12 fields of the Kirkwood Athletic Association. All games remain canceled through this weekend. No games have been played on these fields since May 21, when flood waters returned for round two. This go round water covered the fields and […]

  • Flood damage at Alton amphitheater cancels, postpones more area fun

    ALTON, Ill. – The floodwaters on the Mississippi River are receding, but the effects of the high water will be felt for some time to come in and around Alton, Illinois. Argosy Casino Alton reopened Tuesday afternoon. The popular casino has been closed for all but eight days since May 3. Argosy will be hosting a job fair Thursday and Friday aimed at getting them back up to full staff. The news is not as good at the nearby Liberty […]

  • Strong storms expected through Wednesday evening

    ST. LOUIS – The dry weather didn’t last long more rain and storms Wednesday. Scattered showers and storms will be around for most of today.  A few strong to severe storms are possible, bringing hail, strong wind gusts, and some heavy bursts of rain.  Highs in the low low 80°s. See the current weather radar here. Grab our apps to stay up to date with the forecast and to  receive severe weather alerts: News App Get breaking news alerts and […]

  • The Cup is won! Now get out and celebrate summer in St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS – The recent stretch of wet weather and a little thing called the Stanley Cup playoffs may have kept you inside the house for the last few weeks, but now it’s time to remember what summer is all about in St. Louis. Crowds have had to dodge the rain this season at Shakespeare in the Park in Forest Park. But grab the umbrellas just in case and head to Forest Park, you only have six shows left to […]

  • Flood Warning issued for St. Charles County as flood waters overtop levee

    WEST ALTON, MO – On Thursday, the National Weather Service issued a Flood Warning for northeast St. Charles County, MO.  The warning was prompted by emergency management officials who reported that the Consolidated North County Levee being overtopped along the Mississippi River.  Locations impacted include Hazelwood, West Alton, Portage Des Sioux, and Orchard Farm. Around 1:00pm, the Rivers Pointe Fire Protection District also reported on Facebook that a rock protective measure put in place in West Alton on the lower […]

  • Tornadic storms turn deadly in southwest Missouri

    ST. LOUIS – Severe thunderstorms that fired in Oklahoma surged into Missouri Wednesday evening leaving a path of damage across the Show-Me State. A tornado touched down near the Kansas and Oklahoma border and then moved northeast, striking Carl Junction, Missouri, causing extensive damage to homes. “This is a bad one. This house right over here has major roof damage. It’s completely blown off of it. The house two houses east of me, half of it’s gone. It’s crazy,” said […]

  • NWS confirms tornado touch down near Labadie, MO

    ST. LOUIS, MO – The National Weather Service has confirmed that an EF-1 tornado touched down in Franklin and St. Charles Counties Tuesday. It was estimated to have top winds of 100mph and a maximum width of 250 yards. The tornado developed about one mile west of Labadie, MO, causing some tree damage, and moved north-northeast across the Missouri River in St. Charles County.  The tornado was on the ground for about 12 minutes and traveled about 6 miles. Several […]

  • Ongoing community sandbagging efforts aim to protect Lincoln County communities

    ELSBERRY, Mo. – Lincoln County residents have been on alert since the first spring flood forecast came out and now plans are once again are being put into action. The Mississippi River is expected to crest at Winfield at 36.9 feet on Saturday. That’s 13 feet above flood stage and dangerously close to topping the levees there. In Elsberry, volunteers have been filling sandbags; over a thousand on Thursday alone. It’s a real community effort, with folks from the local […]

  • Voluntary evacuation order issued in West Alton for projected Mississippi River crest

    WEST ALTON, Mo. – Two to more than five inches of rain has fallen across the St. Louis region this week and unfortunately, we’re not done with the wet weather yet. Now, river communities once again must prepare for the worst. On Wednesday, the mayor of West Alton, MO, St. Charles County Emergency Management, and The Rivers Pointe Fire District issued a voluntary evacuation order for residents. The town sits between the rising Mississippi and Missouri Rivers. A crest of […]

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