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Brittany joined the Fox 59 Weather Authority in November of 2015. She has spent the past 8 years forecasting weather across the country moving from state to state.

Her love of weather started when she was in elementary school. She would wake up an hour early before school just to watch the news and especially the weather forecast. Growing up in Florida she was fascinated by the strong afternoon storms brought on by the sea breeze. During hurricane season she was glued to the television, watching the meteorologists track the storm’s path and their development.
Ever since then she has worked to become a meteorologist. She attended Florida State University, one of the top 3 meteorology schools in the country. She graduated in 3 years with her Bachelor of Science in Meteorology and a minor in mathematics.

Following graduation she headed out west to Missoula, Montana for her first job, working as the weekend meteorologist. Having spent her entire life in Florida the blizzards, 40 degree below wind chills, and copious amounts of snow were quite the adjustment. After spending a year walking on sheets of ice to get to her car, having her dog disappear in the snow and not being able to wear enough layers to get warm she moved a little further south.

Her next stop was in Hastings, Nebraska. She spent the next 2 years in the plains forecasting every manner of weather from blizzards to tornados. She started as the weekend meteorologist then moved into the weekday evening position.

From there she moved to Huntington, West Virginia as the weekend meteorologist. She covered weather for the entire state, putting together separate forecasts for 4 different regions each weekend.

She moved back to tornado alley and landed in Tulsa, Oklahoma for 3 years. She spent most of the spring seasons in the weather center with her team covering tornados for hours at a time. During quiet weather she got to be a part of some incredible events; including driving the lead car in the Mid America Ford Shelby Nationals on cruise night, playing a walk on role during Shakespeare in the Park, and helping out with the Philbrook Museum’s Festival of Trees.

She is thrilled to be in Indianapolis and exploring all the city has to offer. You can find Brittany out bike riding with her little dog. A sassy Italian greyhound/Manchester terrier mix named Squiggy. She also loves to do yoga, bake, watch movies and of course shop. 

Hair provided by The Haven Salon in Carmel.


Recent Articles
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    Strong winds and colder temperatures after a stormy morning

    Severe storms moved through the Midwest overnight spawning tornadoes and causing significant wind damage. The storms weakened as they moved through central Indiana bringing mainly heavy rain, lightning and gusty winds. A cold front sweeping through the state today will usher in colder air and drop temperatures during the afternoon. Winds remain strong all day out of the west 10 – 30 mph. Scattered showers will continue the rest of the day but the severe weather threat will continue to diminish. […]

  • Drier and warmer Sunday ahead

    Happy Sunday! The snow has ended and we are waking up to mostly clear skies and temperatures near 20. Clouds will increase this afternoon as highs climb into the mid/upper 40s. Overnight a disturbance moving up from the southwest will bring rain showers and a few snowflakes back to the area. Scattered rain will continue into Monday afternoon but no severe storms are expected. A more potent system impacts the area Tuesday and a few severe storms are possible, large […]

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    Winter is back this weekend with cold temperatures and light snow

    Happy Saturday! A strong cold front has moved through the state returning winter to Indiana. This afternoon’s high temperatures will be about 35-40 degrees colder than Friday! We are even running a little below seasonal averages, topping out in the low to mid 30s. Time to dust off that winter jacket! Strong winds all day will gust to 30 mph and keep wind chills in the upper teens and lower 20s. On the backside of the exiting system wrap around […]

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    Severe storms possible this afternoon with near record warmth

    Happy Friday! We are sitting in the warm sector of our next system poised to spark off severe storms this afternoon and bring a return to seasonal temperatures this weekend. Temperatures this morning are starting off near 60 degrees and will once again be near record levels this afternoon. The current record is 71º and we are forecasting 73º due to strong southerly winds drawing in warmer air. Our day starts off with partly cloudy skies, windy conditions, and an isolated […]

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    Spotty storms this afternoon with mild temperatures today, severe weather possible Friday

    Good morning! Once again we have patchy fog and temperatures in the mid 50s to start your day. Today and tomorrow warm air moving up from the south will bump our highs to near 70º. Most of the day will be partly sunny and dry but a few showers and storms are possible this afternoon. On Friday our next system pulls a cold front through the state bringing the potential for severe weather. The entire state is under a slight […]

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    Another foggy start and mild afternoon

    Good Wednesday everyone! Our streak of 60º degree days continues this afternoon. By the end of the week it looks like we will break some of these February records! Visibility is under a mile in many locations this morning, make sure to use your low beams. Temperatures are starting off mild in the lower 50s and will top out near 68. The fog will be slow to lift out but we are expecting some peeks of sunshine this afternoon. On […]

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    Foggy morning with afternoon sunshine and above normal temperatures

    Good Sunday everyone! Fog is thickening this morning and will stick with us through midday. Visibility could drop below 1 mile in some locations so be careful on the roads this morning. The fog begins to lift out and skies clear around noon today. The afternoon hours are looking very sunny and warm! Temperatures are already in the upper 40s and will continue to climb into the upper 60s! Overnight fog will redevelop reducing visibility Monday morning. Our streak of […]

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    Near record warmth the next few days

    You made it to the weekend and the weather is looking gorgeous! Temperatures will climb to near record highs over the next few days! A low pressure system south of Indiana will push cloud cover into the state through the day giving us a mix of sun & clouds. Temperatures 20 to 30 degrees above normal continue all week! A few areas in southern Indiana could see rain as the system moves north. Most of Indiana will remain rain free […]

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    Streak of mild temperatures into next week

    Happy Friday! Our temperatures are continuing to heat up! Today as a warm front lifts north through the state temperatures will surge into the 60s! We are starting off with some cloud cover but sunshine will increase this afternoon as winds pick up. A lot of Indiana will remain dry this weekend but a few areas in extreme southern Indiana could see a few rain showers as a system moves up from the south Saturday afternoon. Near record temperatures continue […]

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    Chilly start but mild afternoon with near-record temperatures on the way soon

    Happy Thursday! A chilly start to the day with temperatures in the upper 20s but a light northerly winds making it feel closer to the lower 20s. Temperatures will climb above normal this afternoon into the upper 40s! Another dry day on the way with a mix of sun & clouds. Temperatures continue to warm up through the start of next week. Afternoon highs will be near record levels and it will be feeling more like April than February.