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: City Museum brings work of “Father of Skyscrapers” indoors

    ST. LOUIS – The latest installation at St. Louis’ famed City Museum is already drawing a crowd. Since the end of October, workers at the downtown St. Louis play land have pieced together almost 200 terra cotta parts of a massive cornice that once topped the 13-story Chicago Stock Exchange building. The cornice nine feet tall, 27 feet on one side, and turns a corner for another 13 feet. It now sits in the Louis Sullivan room on the fourth floor of  […]

  • Freezing rain and sleet likely Sunday as temperatures warm

    ST. LOUIS, MO – Warmer temperatures are finally in the forecast for the St. Louis region, but so is a storm system that looks to bring a mix of precipitation to the area on Sunday. After sunny and cold Saturday, clouds return ahead of a warm front Saturday night. Temperatures dip Saturday evening before starting to rise again overnight.  Light snow develops early Sunday then mixes with freezing rain and sleet by late Sunday morning as temperatures above the surface […]

  • Arts Pop: Best of local theater 2017

    ST. LOUIS, MO – As we say goodbye to 2017, St. Louis Post-Dispatch theatre critic Judith Newmark is looking back and thankful for another great year of St. Louis theater. From big production musicals to small, intimate plays, she hands out her Judy Awards as a way of saying thanks for all the terrific work. Check out all the Judy Award winners in Sunday’s A&E section of Post-Dispatch or at stltoday.com.

  • Arts Pop: Change comes to the Muny during the 1960s

    ST. LOUIS, MO – It was a decade of change in the United States and that made for changes at the Muny as well. We’re talking about the 1960s when the Civil Rights movement and the Vietnam War were dominating the country.  Theater audiences still wanted musicals, but they began to seek out more contemporary shows with modern themes and a bit of an edge. Shows like “Gypsy” and “West Side Story” began to play on the famous St. Louis […]

  • Small amount of snow could be coming overnight into Saturday

    It looks like the first accumulating snow of the season is here, but it won’t be much. Colder air is slowly building in to the St. Louis region from the northwest ahead of our next storm system. Expect a cloudy Friday afternoon, but we’ll stay dry. Temperatures will hold in the low 40s and may begin to slowly drop in the later afternoon. Rain builds northward this evening. Around midnight, we should start to see the northern fringe of the […]

  • Arts Pop: New film “The Shape of Water” is a complete original

    ST. LOUIS, MO – Star Wars: The Last Jedi may be grabbing the movie headlines, but December is a busy, busy month for new film releases. St. Louis Post-Dispatch movie critic, Calvin Wilson, says one movie you absolutely shouldn’t miss is writer/director Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water. The Shape of Water stars Sally Hawkins, Doug Jones, Octavia Spencer, and Richard Jenkins. The film won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in early September, leads all Critics’ Choice Awards nominees with […]

  • Arts Pop: Gifting books this holiday season

    ST. LOUIS, MO – Want to give every person on your holiday gift list something they will truly love? Then consider a book dedicated to their favorite passion or activity.  Whether music, sports, travel, or food, books can be found on any subject. Of course, books also make a great gifts for kids as well and they begin to discover themselves and the world around them. Book editor Jane Henderson has some great book gift ideas for you in Sunday’s A&E section […]

  • Arts Pop: Best Books of 2017

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – ‘Tis the season for those best of the year lists. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch is out this weekend with their list of top books of the year. Book editor Jane Henderson know all the top reads and why you should read them. The titles include: Grant by Ron Chernow on Ulysses S. Grant Sing, Unburied, Sing by Jesmyn Ward Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz For the rest of the list, pick up Sunday’s St. Louis […]

  • Arts Pop: Muny celebrates “Golden Age” of musicals in the 1950s

    ST. LOUIS, MO – The 1950’s are considered the “Golden Age” of musicals. Broadway was a major part of American popular culture and songs from new stage musicals went to the top of the charts. No one defined the decade more than Rodgers and Hammerstein, whose shows, South Pacific, The King and I, and Cinderella, ruled America’s stages.  The Muny in St. Louis embraced it all, especially the demand for all things Rodgers and Hammerstein. In 1955, the Muny dedicated an entire half season […]

  • Arts Pop: Shop for the holidays with “The List” from the Post-Dispatch

    ST. LOUIS, MO – ‘Tis the season for gifting and if you are looking to shop for unique gifts, many from local vendors, then look no farther than your Sunday St. Louis Post Dispatch. In it you will find “The List”, the paper’s 2017 gift guide. Items come from every corner of the St. Louis area, including local museum gift shops, small towns, and large shopping centers. Gifts start as low as $3.00. This year, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch has […]

  • Sister Mary Antona Ebo, pioneer of Civil Rights, dies at 93

    BRIDGETON, MO – Sister Mary Antona Ebo, a Franciscan Sister of Mary, who fought for civil rights in Selma, AL,  died Saturday at The Sarah Community in Bridgeton at the age of 93. She was a Franciscan Sister of Mary for 71 years. Sister Ebo was one of the first African-American women to join what was then the Sisters of St. Mary. She and more than 50 St. Louisans flew to Selma three days after the infamous Bloody Sunday, when […]

  • Teams, players, fans remember Arianna Dougan’s fight and loving spirit

    ST.  LOUIS, MO – Condolences continue to pour in for a young St. Louis girl who lost her lifelong battle with cancer on Saturday. Arianna Dougan, 11, shared a special friendship with Blues superstar Vladimir Tarasenko, but her positive attitude and message of love spread across the St. Louis sports community and beyond.  Members of the St. Louis Blues, Cardinals, other teams, and fans of both took to social media to send thought and prayers to the Dougan family using the […]