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
  • Wreaths honoring veterans arrive in St. Louis days before Wreaths Across America

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – Memorial wreaths for those who’ve served are shipped from Maine with a pit stop in St. Louis before their final destination. “The wreaths adorn the headstones of veterans,” says Josh Mcguire, operational manager at McGuire Moving and Storage. Over 150,000 wreaths stop at McGuire Moving and Storage, which acts as the middle man before shipping the wreaths to Jefferson Barracks or other national cemeteries further west. McGuire has been working with Wreaths Across America for […]

  • Generation 3 Fitness: Group sessions now available

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Fitness expert Arthur Shivers and Generation 3 Fitness is now offering group sessions to help you reach your New Year body goal. For more information, Visit

  • New Life in Christ Church to sponsor The Many Sounds Of Christmas

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Throughout the month of December, New Life in Christ Church is sponsoring The Many Sounds Of Christmas. It will be a day of celebration.  Bishop Geoffery Dudley and Jermaine Manor tell us all about the upcoming event.

  • Front door camera catches lightning strike in Shady Valley

    Shady Valley, Mo. – Thanks to early morning storms, the metro saw heavy rain and frequent lighting as you woke up on Saturday morning. For Mark Stuesse in Shady Valley, Jefferson County, he woke up to some footage of a lightning strike captured by his front door camera. Luckily, in the video it appears that nothing caught fire due to the strike.

  • Keeping your pets safe over the holidays

    BRENTWOOD, Mo. – The Christmas tree is up, there are leftovers to eat, and schedules are busy. This can be hard on the pets, but don’t let holiday distractions pose a danger to your pets. As you whip up your Thanksgiving leftovers, keep the food on the table. Mandy Pratt, development manager with the Animal Protective Association, says it’s best to stick to the treats even when your pets are whining for the stuffing. “It’s just best to leave your […]

  • Some families opt for trips to St. Louis Zoo, Steinberg Rink on Thanksgiving

    ST. LOUIS – There was on and off cold rain and sleet in St. Louis but it didn’t stop many families from spending time outside on this holiday. It’s clear that not all Thanksgiving celebrations are focused on turkey, drinks, and football but rather spending time with family, even if it means braving the cold weather. On Thursday, the St. Louis Zoo and the Steinberg Ice Rink were both open in Forest Park. They both drew a good crowd on […]

  • Warmer fall temperatures present opportunities for hanging lights, holiday decorations

    LADUE, Mo. – It’s looking like the holidays in Tilles Park but it wasn’t really feeling like it Monday, with temperatures in the 60s. With this beautiful weather, it really served as a great opportunity to get any outdoor chores done at home whether it be raking the leaves or putting up the holiday lights. It’s been a busy season already for local lighting companies. We called several local companies with many of them stating their services are sold out […]

  • Make-A-Wish Fun Run raises money for children with critical illnesses

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – More than 10,000 runners braved the chilly morning in Forest Park for the Hot Chocolate 15K/ 5K to benefit the Make-A-Wish foundation. A cause that’s near and dear to many participating. Runners says supporting children with critical illnesses by funding their special wishes is a motivation strong enough to bring them over the finish line.

  • Lawmakers frustrated by Congressional gridlock amid impeachment inquiry

    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — As impeachment hearings into President Donald Trump continue, so does the gridlock on Capitol Hill. Democrats and Republicans are frustrated and grappling with how to make laws and solve problems in an increasingly divided and divisive political climate. “We have to look at what we can start to accomplish over the next few months that will help benefit the American people,” Congressman Anthony Brindisi said. Brindisi, D-New York, says the impeachment inquiry shouldn’t impede progress on legislative […]

  • Fatal crash kills 19-year-old woman

    Humansville, Mo. – Raina Knight-Denton, 19, was pronounced dead at Cox South Hospital after a fatal car accident Saturday, November 23 at 9:34 PM. Knight-Denton was driving on Route N when she traveled off the north side of the roadway. After over correcting, the vehicle skid back onto the roadway and entered the east bound lane where it hit another vehicle. Three passengers were in the second vehicle, all suffering serious injuries. Emma Bollinger (19), Sebastian Dejeu (21), and Clarissa […]

  • Holiday lights season begins in earnest tonight, this weekend

    BELLEVILLE, Ill. – It seems this is the first official weekend of the holiday season with the kickoff of several displays through the St. Louis metro area. A few million lights will illuminate tonight with several displays kicking things off this evening. Anheuser-Busch flipped the switch on its own brewery holiday lights at 5 p.m. Meanwhile, the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows kicked off its Way of Lights at 5 p.m. The display focuses on the birth […]

  • Weak weather system could bring light snow by Saturday

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Today’s gloom brings cooler temperatures this afternoon. Clouds will begin to break through the day, but temperatures only in the 40s at the warmest part of the day. A few light sprinkles may be ongoing to the southwest this afternoon which will continue to spread over the viewing around most likely later this evening. As temperatures drop to the north the changeover to snow is possible through Saturday morning. Lows in the low to mid-30s. If […]

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