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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
  • Arts Pop: Opera Theatre ready to begin 2018 season

    ST. LOUIS – Opera Theatre St. Louis continues to make opera fun and approachable to all. There are pre-show picnics and post-show cocktails with the casts. Plus, all operas are performed in English and with English supertitles, so audiences can catch every word. The 2018 Festival Season includes the a new production of Verdi’s “La traviata” directed by acclaimed soprano Patricia Racette, the world premiere of the two-act version of Huang Ruo and David Henry Hwang’s “An American Soldier,” Marc Blitzstein’s “Regina” with an all-star cast, […]

  • Arts Pop: Who will headline LouFest 2018?

    ST. LOUIS –  LouFest is not until September, but it is almost time to announce the acts that will be performing at the two-day music festival in Forest Park. St. Louis Post-Dispatch Music Critic Kevin C. Johnson is making some early predictions of who we might see on stage. The official line-up is expected to be released by mid-May. LouFest will be held in Forest Park on September 8 & 9, 2018.

  • 100 years of memories: New exhibit celebrates a century of the Muny

    ST. LOUIS, MO – When you think of St. Louis, what do you picture? The Arch? The Brewery? How about the Muny? It celebrates its centennial season this summer. “For a lot of people, this is their first theatre experience,” says Laura Peters. “ Absolutely, it is. And it’s so early that they don’t even remember what the show is,” adds Judith Newmark. For ninety-nine seasons, the Muny has been entertaining audiences under the stars in Forest Park. As season […]

  • Arts Pop: The Muny tries new things in the new millennium

    ST. LOUIS – As the calendar rolled over to the 2000s, things were going well at the Muny. New seats and lighting were installed. In 2003, Lichtenstein Plaza opened. But this is also the decade of the Great Recession. The Muny began to notice a trend toward declining subscription sales as people seemed reluctant to plan too far ahead. So some new things were tried. There was a trend towards catering towards a younger audience, like with a production of ” […]

  • Arts Pop: New musical co-produced by Clayton couple headed to Broadway

    ST. LOUIS – Coming soon to the Broadway stage is “The Prom,” a musical comedy about fading actors that get involved in a small-town high school prom controversy in order to promote themselves. The musical was staged at the Alliance Theater in Atlanta last year. The show now plans to open in New York City in November 2018. In the show, a small-town Indiana high school cancels its prom rather than let two girls attend as a couple.  So, the actors rush […]

  • After weeks of cold, area garden centers prep for big crowds this weekend

    BRENTWOOD, MO – After weeks of a chill, warmer Spring temperatures are in the forecast for the next several days. How’s your yard looking? Have you mowed the lawn yet? Planted anything? The odds are you have done very little due to the lingering cold weather. We woke up Friday with temperatures in the low to mid 30°s. The National Weather Service says 2018 has seen the eighth coldest start to the month of April in both St. Louis and Columbia, […]

  • Arts Pop: Jenna Fischer hopes to mentor young actors with new book

    ST. LOUIS – Jenna Fischer is an Emmy-nominated actress who shot to fame with the role of Pam Beesly on NBC’s “The Office.”  She is also from St. Louis, a Nerinx Hall grad. But success didn’t come without lots of time, effort, and persistence. In her new book, The Actor’s Life: A Survival Guide, Fischer writes that it took eight “grueling years” and lots of rejection before she landed her role on the “The Office.” She hopes the books will […]

  • Severe weather likely Monday night and Tuesday southeast of St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, MO — A wintry day in St. Louis Monday, cloudy and cold. But we’ll see a dramatic change Monday night as Spring returns for a short visit. It’s all thanks to a warm front that will lift through the region tonight, bringing a surge of warmer air and the potential for severe thunderstorms, especially after Midnight. The main risk will be large hail. While not for everyone, the chance will exist through most of the FOX 2 viewing area. […]

  • Arts Pop: Non-traditional casting in plays and musicals

    ST. LOUIS –  The smash-hit musical “Hamilton” is about to begin its run at the Fox Theatre. The show features a diverse cast, with actors of color portraying some of America’s most historical, and white, persons.  This is a practice known as non-traditional casting, or casting without consideration of an actor’s ethnicity or skin color when filling a role. Another example will be seen in Sunday’s production of “Jesus Christ Superstar” on NBC, where John Legend stars in the role of Jesus.  St. Louis’ […]

  • Heavy rain has road crews, first responders keeping close eye on low-lying roads

    VALLEY PARK, Mo. – As heavy rain falls, police and road crews are paying close attention to low-lying roads in St. Louis County and beyond. Hazelwood police have already closed the gates on Aubuchon Road between Tesson and Missouri Bottom due to flooding of Cowmire Creek. It is always one of the first sections of roadway to close during heavy rain. When we start to talk about possible flooding, many drivers begin to worry about Interstate 44 and 141. When […]

  • Arts Pop: Muny gets back to being local in the 1990s

    ST. LOUIS – Audience numbers were down at the Muny in the 1980s as the theater mostly brought in touring productions and hosted many concerts. Things changed in the 1990s as fresh management took over and the focus returned to producing musical theater locally and specifically for the Muny stage. The crowds returned and that meant money was available for some much-needed improvements to the aging Muny facility.  St. Louis Post-Dispatch theatre critic Judith Newmark continues her look back at the 100 year […]

  • Arts Pop: St. Louisans look to TV for path to singing stardom

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Competitive singing TV shows are still very popular and several St. Louis singers are hoping they will give a big boost to their careers. Three St. Louis area singers are competing on American Idol, which debuts on its new network Sunday night. They are Ashley Lusk from Eureka, MO, Christina Jones, of O’Fallon, IL, and Gabbii Jones, of St. Louis.  Also, St. Louisan Latisha Lynn is competing on The Voice. Music Critic Kevin Johnson writes about the local […]