I’m the meteorologist for FOX 2 News on Friday and Saturday 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
  • National Park Service takes students from the classroom to the Mississippi River

    ST. LOUIS – You can learn a lot about the Mississippi River inside the classroom but not as much as you can learn from being on the waterway itself. A National Park Service program called Paddle Your Park is giving more than 150 middle school students the chance to explore the river with a unique canoe experience. Gateway Arch National Park rangers and Big Muddy Adventures are teaming up to lead the journey. Students paddle down the Mississippi in 29-foot […]

  • Weed pollen making people miserable as Fall settles in

    BERKELEY, MO – The arrival of Fall brings cooler weather, changing leaves, and the onset of the fall allergy season. People tend to associate seasonal allergies with the Spring when trees bloom. But there are a lot of folks who only suffer or suffer more during late summer and early fall. The culprits are common grasses and weeds, particularly ragweed. Plants release tiny pollen grains into the wind to fertilize other plants of the same species. When inhaled by humans, […]

  • Shakespeare in the Streets performance will take audience to both sides of the Mississippi

    PAGEDALE, Mo. – Usually, when you see a play, it doesn’t come with a travel itinerary. But this weekend, one local theater company’s production will take you on a literal journey. This is the seventh year for Shakespeare in the Streets from Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, where they adapt one of the Bard of Avon’s works to a St. Louis neighborhood and perform it there. In 2019, they are taking on the urban-rural divide. The 2019 production is called “Love […]

  • Coaches keep high school athletes safe as big heat, humidity return

    BEL-NOR, Mo. – It’s early September and many people’s thoughts turn to fall. But hold on! Summer doesn’t let go that easily. A Heat Advisory for the urban St. Louis metro counties went into effect at noon and will last through Thursday evening. That being said, the entire region will feel this surge of heat and humidity. Highs in the low 90s the next three days and heat indices near 100 degrees. The return of big heat and humidity for several […]

  • Man shot and killed after fleeing from Richmond Heights police officer

    RICHMOND HEIGHTS, MO – Shots rang out near the St. Louis Galleria Saturday around 3:00pm. The incident involved a Richmond Heights police officer.  St. Louis County Police have been called in to handle the investigation. At a news conference just after 6:00pm, St. Louis County Police spokesperson Sgt. Benjamin Granda said the incident started at the Galleria when a uniformed Richmond Heights police officer made contact with a man he observed with a magazine from a handgun protruding from his […]

  • Beale Street Market in St. Charles is a new option for those wanting to shop local

    ST. CHARLES, Mo. – Local farmers markets continue to become more popular throughout the country. This summer, there has been a new option for St. Charles residents wanting to shop local, called the Beale Street Market. This is part of the growing development at the Streets of St. Charles just off Interstate 70 and Fifth Street. The food and art market has been happening on the first Wednesday of the month since May. Regional artisans, producers, and farmers bring their unique specialties […]

  • Ameren Missouri works through the night to restore power during heatwave

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – Wednesday’s thunderstorms left many in Missouri and Illinois without electricity. Restoring that power was the priority of Ameren Missouri and Illinois crews overnight due to the ongoing dangerous heat. Strong wind gusts blew down tree limbs and power lines across the region. The good news is that, 24 hours later, power has been restored to most customers. At peak Wednesday night, there were approximately 22,000 Ameren Missouri customers without service, primarily in north St. Louis […]

  • As heat builds, Cool Down St. Louis gives the gift of comfort

    ST. LOUIS – As temperatures surge, those who need help staying cool are getting the help they need. We’ve talked about them a lot but Wednesday Cool Down St. Louis showed how they put their words into action. As temperatures climbed into the 90°s, the St Louis Fire Department pulled up to a steamy south St. Louis home. They were there to install an air conditioner in Willie Jones’ apartment. All he had was a fan. ” When I moved […]

  • Goodbye rain, Hello heat. St. Louis prepares for dangerous change in the weather

    ST. LOUIS, MO – Rain jackets and umbrellas might be needed by Cardinals fans and Muny-goers Tuesday evening as what’s left of Hurricane Barry spins overhead. The gear will be quite different for those attending Wednesday’s day baseball game. A stretch of dangerously hot days will begin on Wednesday with the heat intensifying as we head towards the weekend. The hottest day so far in 2019 was July 10, when we topped out at 97°.  Highs Thursday through Saturday look […]

  • 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 […]

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