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
  • Lights, decorations go up on Beale Street in St. Charles

    ST. CHARLES, Mo. – The temperatures are up and so are the holiday decorations at the Streets of St. Charles. On Wednesday, they held the first Lighting On Beale, the street that runs through the heart of this busy residential and shopping development. St. Charles Mayor Dan Borgmeyer flipped the switch to light the 24-foot-tall holiday tree, located on the north end near the Drury Plaza Hotel. Wednesday’s fun also includes a holiday market featuring local vendors, smores and hot […]

  • Playoff soccer games a go as temperatures warm above freezing

    CREVE COEUR, Mo. – Wednesday’s slight warm-up means good news for area high school soccer teams competing in the Missouri state high school playoffs. Tuesday’s school cancellations due to snow and cold also led to game cancellations. But it was game on Wednesday in Creve Coeur, where the De Smet Spartans are set to take on the Pattonville Pirates. Wednesday’s temperatures may still be running nearly 20 degrees below normal, but it is above freezing and that’s warm enough for […]

  • MoDOT admits to falling behind Monday afternoon snowstorm

    ST. LOUIS – After a snowy day, the drive home Monday night turned into hours stuck on icy roads for many drivers. MoDOT St. Louis District’s Maintenance Engineer Bob Becker began a Tuesday morning news conference by saying they had a lot of issues Monday evening. “That last burst that came through about 3:00 p.m., we weren’t expecting,” Becker said. “If we would have known that was coming through, we would have had a little heavier treatment down to get ahead […]

  • Warm-up coming this weekend but not before a frigid Friday

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis’ latest blast of cold came in on gusty winds Thursday morning. The coldest morning we’ve seen this fall officially in St. Louis was November 1, 2019, at 29 degrees. We’ll be 5 to 10 degrees colder than that when we wake up Friday morning. As Summer lets go, it’s a phrase we say a lot: “this is the coldest air we’ve seen so far.” Each blast of cold gets settles us more and more into […]

  • MoDOT winter weather drill tests crews’ readiness, safety

    ST. LOUIS – A few flakes are in the forecast but before the big snow flies, roads crews need to be ready. The Missouri Department of Transportation has already been stocking salt and chemicals and preparing equipment. On Wednesday, they put their crews to the test. MoDOT’S St. Louis District is in the midst of a winter operations drill that runs through Thursday. The exercise tests their plans to get travelers back on area roads as quickly as possible after […]

  • Rain and wet snowflakes coming with much cooler temperatures for St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Cloudy skies and light rain showers into Wednesday afternoon, with highs in the low 50°s. More showers are expected this evening and overnight ahead of a strong cold front. The last of the rain may briefly mix with or change to some wet snowflakes as the cold air arrives Thursday morning, between 6am-9am.  Skies then clear and the rest of Thursday will be windy and MUCH colder, temps hovering in the 30°s. We wake up Friday […]

  • Second vacant house fire in as many days raises worries about homeless and the cold

    ST. LOUIS – A vacant three-story home went up in flames Thursday morning in west St. Louis That fire is the second in two days believed to be set by the homeless. Temperatures dipped to near freezing Thursday morning and will do so again early Friday. St. Louis firefighters are concerned these fires could become more numerous. Before dawn, fire could be seen pouring out of the windows of the home on Cabanne Avenue, near Union, in the Visitation Park […]

  • Kids have spooktacular time at Trunk-or-Treat ahead of soggy, cold weather

    CREVE COEUR, Mo. – The forecast is causing some communities to rethink their Halloween plans, but Trick-or-Treat fun was on Tuesday evening in Creve Coeur, Missouri. A Trunk-or-Treat event was hosted by the Creve Coeur Neighborhood Watch Association and the Police Department. Police cars were decorated for the occasion, providing a safe spot for little ones to roam around, practicing their jokes and collecting treats. Pre-Halloween events like this are always popular, but especially so this year with departing rain […]

  • Meteorologists, DOTs, emergency managers come together to discuss weather preps

    O’FALLON, Mo. – The St. Louis office of the National Weather Service hosted what’s known as an Integrated Warning Team meeting on Wednesday. Meteorologists, emergency managers, and department of transportation officials were under the same roof discussing ways to better serve the public. The joint workshop, held at the St. Charles County Emergency Operations Center, discussed recent impactful weather events and updates to National Weather Center products. Wednesday’s topics included overviews of impact based tornado and flash flood warnings, a […]

  • Work starts early getting area holiday light displays ready to dazzle

    LADUE, Mo. – When it’s your job to help get folks in the holiday mood, then you have to start early. No snow in our forecast but plenty of snowflakes are going up in Tilles Park, home of Winter Wonderland, one of the many popular holiday lights displays around the St. Louis region.  And they must get work early to make sure everything is ready on time. Winter Wonderland features more than a million lights and those take a long […]

  • 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, […]

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