Brigit is excited to call St. Louis home after already being a Missouri resident for the past six years. While obtaining her bachelor’s degree of atmospheric science from the University of Missouri, Brigit worked at the ABC affiliate (KMIZ) in Columbia, working behind the scenes as a production assistant. Upon graduation, she was promoted to the morning meteorologist position at KMIZ.

Along with studying at Mizzou, Brigit was able to study abroad at the University of Reading in England, which is known worldwide for it’s top-ranked meteorology program.

Being from Nebraska, Brigit has dealt with severe weather her entire life. At a young age, she remembers her mom telling her about the 1975 tornado that hit Omaha and destroyed the street of their family business. Ever since then, she has always had a curiosity for severe weather.

When Brigit is not forecasting she loves to spend time with friends, cook, visit family in Omaha, travel, and take her dog Bentley on walks.


Recent Articles
  • Fast hit of snow before major storm system makes an exit

    ST. LOUIS, MO – Our heavy rain maker ends as a snow maker for the region.  It started this Saturday afternoon as a cold drizzle and rain before mixing with sleet then changing to all snow, creating slick streets that couldn’t be pre-treated due to the heavy rain. Pockets of snow will be around  through 10:00pm and will leave behind around 1 to up to 3 inches of snow, with the highest totals west of the Mississippi River.  Skies will slowly […]

  • Cold following heavy St. Louis rain may lead to slick pavement

      ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Wet roads, bad hair days and muddy shoes are just some of the small impacts being felt by this system. The Illinois Department of Transportation says they are pumping three times more water than normal. St. Louis has already seen close to the average rainfall for the entire month within a matter of hours. With more rain impacts will compound thanks to saturated ground. There may be an additional 2-3″ of rain on the way, […]

  • Chance for snowfall overnight with little to no accumulation in St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — As expected the rain is staying mainly to the south for the early morning hours. Temperatures are mild out the door, in the 40s waking up this morning. With a cold front pushing south, high temperatures will hold steady in the 40s all day long, with wind chills taking 3-5 degrees off the actual air temperature through the day. Skies remain mostly cloudy. Overnight, there is a small chance of a quick hit at snowfall, but […]

  • Overnight storms bring the potential for severe weather

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – After spotty showers today, a line of thunderstorms will move in late tonight and into Sunday morning. The main line of storms will arrive by 11 PM for our western counties, arriving from 2-4 AM for the metro. The storms will move quickly through the viewing area, exiting our eastern counties from 5-7 AM Sunday morning. As the storms move in they will bring heavy rain, the potential for frequent lightning, and the possibility for severe […]

  • St. Louis Zoo celebrates Raja the elephant’s ”Golden” 27th birthday

    ST. LOUIS – Visitors at the St. Louis Zoo helped celebrate Raja the Elephant’s golden birthday on Friday. The mild temperatures made for a more inviting party for all involved. Raja was given special presents with plenty of treats inside and visitors signed a super-sized birthday card before serenading the Asian elephant with “Happy Birthday” at 11 a.m. A golden birthday is when your age matches the date you were born on. Raja was the first Asian Elephant born at the […]

  • Women with a Cause spread holiday cheer

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – A local group of women will be bringing Christmas to life for some local families. Women with a Cause will make Christmas special with a holiday event for dozens of families. Roberta Farr the founder of the organization tells us how they will be spreading holiday cheer.

  • Five newborn puppies found by police in a Clayton park

    CLAYTON, Mo. – Officers rescued a litter of abandoned puppies after a tip.  An anonymous caller reported the litter was left in a park.  They arrived to find five newborns. The puppies were taken to a local vet who determined they were healthy. But very young and in need of around the clock attention.  Arrangements have been made to get them to a shelter for continued care. Early this morning CPD received a report of puppies abandoned in one of […]

  • Another round of snow, ice, and travel troubles Monday

    This morning we continue to track this ever evolving winter weather that brings us a Winter Storm Warning through tonight, expiring at 12 AM Tuesday. We have updates to the forecast. Yesterday, St. Louis metro received anywhere from 2″-3″ of snowfall, with slightly higher amounts just to the northwest. At last check Lambert received 2.4″. This morning I continue to get in reports of light freezing drizzle that is creating for a light glaze. This will continue for the next few hours, […]

  • Anheuser-Busch shatters two Guinness World Records

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – History has been made as Anheuser-Busch shattered two Guinness World Records titles for Most Couples Kissing Under the Mistletoe on Saturday, Dec. 7.  Three Anheuser-Busch properties across the country – St. Louis, MO; Merrimack, NH; and Fort Collins, CO – brought together 896 couples for a magical holiday kiss, shattering the Guinness World Records title for most couples kissing under the mistletoe (multi venues) by 57 couples. But Anheuser-Busch didn’t just break one record, in St. Louis, 480 couples gathered […]

  • Road crews prepare for winter weather early next week

    FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS, Ill. – Workers for both the Missouri and Illinois departments of transportation were out Friday pretreating the roads in anticipation of an end of a weekend winter weather event. Joe Monroe, an IDOT spokesman, said they always try to take the worst-case scenario off the table. This event gets tricky with the potential of a little bit of rain on the leading edge of the storm. They are trying to balance being proactive without being wasteful. IDOT workers […]

  • Spiced Just Right comes to St. Louis Public Library

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The St. Louis Public Library adds Spiced Just Right catering service to the library.

  • A Jazzy Christmas concert presented by The Prince of Peace Church

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The Prince Of Peace Church is gearing up for it’s Jazzy Christmas Concert. The pastor of the church, Willie E Kilpatrick, and Minister, Joseph Price, join us as they gear up for the holiday concert. The concert is Wednesday, December 11 from 7 – 10 PM. For more information on their services, the concert, or how to buy a CD visit: https://www.princeofpeacechurchstl.com/.

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