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
  • ‘Footloose’ kicks off at The Muny this week on potentially the hottest day of the year

    ST. LOUIS – Oppressive heat may leave people wanting to kick off their Sunday shoes and stay inside with the air conditioning, but that shouldn’t keep you from cutting loose and enjoying at night out at The Muny as “Footloose” comes to town later on this week. Each show starts at 8:15 p.m., just 15 minutes ahead of sunset. Even with some heat persisting through showtime, the staff at The Muny are equipped to handle it. “Weather is always a […]

  • Missouri American Red Cross workers sent to help with Louisiana flooding

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Even though Barry is expected to make landfall as a tropical storm, Louisiana officials are urging residents to head all warnings and do not underestimate the threat of heavy rainfall and flooding. The effects of Barry are already being felt on the Gulf Coast. These impacts will continue to be felt throughout the entire weekend as extensive flooding is projected to take over the state. There have been some mandatory evacuation zones, but most residents surrounding New […]

  • Standing water keeping Creve Coeur Airport from reopening

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, Mo. – Traditionally, you don’t have to travel by boat to get to your hanger to travel by air but the pilots at Creve Coeur Airport do. Standing water has been crippling this airport for months and there has been little sign of improvement. Hydrologists have been forecasting for the river to recede, which it has been; but dropping levels and a hopeful forecast have only proved to be a glimmer of hope. With standing water not going […]

  • Staying cool and avoiding dehydration in the summertime heat

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, Mo. – Staying cool while celebrating America’s freedoms may be difficult with highs in the 90s and heat indices in the triple digits today. One of the easiest ways to cool off quickly? Take a dip in the pool, but this may be deceiving. Your body sweats more in the direct sunlight, causing you to dehydrate quicker. To fix the problem, jumping in the pool may provide you with relief but it didn’t fix the issue. As your […]

  • Tomato explosion aims to fight hunger in Metro Area

    KIRKWOOD, MO -Through the month of July relaxing, grabbing a bite to eat, and heading out to one of the local eateries can help feed someone else in hunger across the metro area. This is all thanks to Operation Food Search’s month-long event: Tomato Explosion. Tomato explosion is simple. Dine out at one of the participating restaurants, order the specially made tomato dish of the month, and a portion of the profits will go to benefit Operation Food Search. Operation […]

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