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
  • Another bitterly cold morning but temperatures reach the teens this afternoon

    Good Wednesday morning! Another frigid morning for kids at the bus stop. Wind chills to -10º until 11 am.  Take precautions to stay safe in the cold. Even though it doesn’t feel warmer outside, temperatures are starting about 5-10º milder than Tuesday. Highs this afternoon will break into the teens with a mix of sun & clouds. Temperatures are still running well below normal, as highs are typically in the middle 30s. A warming trend begins today! The weekend is […]

  • Wind Chill Advisory in effect until noon Tuesday, wind chills to -20º

    Arctic air and dangerous wind chills have returned to the state . A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect until 12pm today for wind chills to -20º. It only takes 30 minutes for frost bite to occur. Cover up any exposed skin and limit your amount of time outdoors.  Our morning will be the coldest with temperatures hovering around 0º. A westerly breeze 5-15 mph will make it feel well below zero all day. Temperatures do make it into the […]

  • Winter Weather Advisory extended until 7 p.m. as line of snow showers combine with gusty winds

    Update: This story has been updated to reflect the fact that the Winter Weather Advisory has been extended until 7 p.m. after it was previously scheduled to expire at 4 p.m. on Monday afternoon. According to the NWS, most of the heavier snow has ended, but a line of snow showers will pass through the area late this afternoon and combine with gusty winds to cause additional travel issues. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until 7 p.m. for Indiana. […]

  • Cold Sunday with accumulating snow overnight through midday Monday

    Good Sunday morning! It is bitterly cold with temperatures hovering around 0º. Luckily we have light winds, so there isn’t much of a wind chill. Our day starts off bright and sunny with clouds increasing late this afternoon. High temperatures once again running about 15º below normal, only warming to near 20º. Overnight, a system drops in from the northwest spreading snow from west to east across Indiana. Snow will still be ongoing for the Monday morning rush hour. Plan […]

  • Quiet and cold weekend after winter storm

    Happy Saturday! The snow and ice have come to an end and we are even starting the weekend with sunshine! It is cold outside, temperatures in the teens but wind chills are in the single digits. We enjoy partly cloudy skies today with occasional flurries. Temperatures warm to 20º but northerly winds keep us feeling like the single digits. Sunday is another quiet and cold day. After 10pm Sunday, our next system returns snow to the area. Snow continues through […]

  • Winter Storm Friday creates slick travel conditions with ice and snow accumulations

    A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for areas in purple and a Winter Storm Warning for areas in magenta, until 10 p.m. A storm system moving through the area will bring light ice accumulations followed by snow accumulations this afternoon. Roads will become slick and hazardous at times. Use caution when traveling. This is a complex system as we have an arctic front moving through this morning, dropping our temperatures. Followed by an area of low pressure moving up […]

  • After a warm Thursday, a Winter Storm Warning will go into effect early tomorrow

    Our warm up continues today with temperatures soaring into the lower 60s this afternoon! Scattered showers and drizzle continue throughout the day, so roads will be wet. The evening hours are looking especially soggy as rain fills in ahead of our next system. A Winter Storm Warning goes into effect early Friday morning around 1 a.m. A wintry mix of precipitation will impact both the morning and evening commutes tomorrow. Colder air moves in overnight, changing rain to freezing rain […]

  • Winter Weather Advisory this evening until 1 p.m. Monday, hazardous travel conditions likely

    A Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect this evening at 7 p.m. until 1 p.m. Monday. A system will bring a wintry mix of precipitation including: freezing rain, rain, sleet and snow. Roads will become slick and hazardous with light ice and snow accumulations. Following some spotty morning snow, there will be several hours of dry time. After 5 p.m., we begin to see a wintry mix of precipitation developing in the western half of the state and moving eastward. […]

  • Wind Chill Advisory until 11am, sunny today but freezing rain possible Sunday evening

    A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect until 11 am for wind chills to -25º. Cover up any exposed skin as it only takes 30 minutes for frost bite to set in. Wind chills remain subzero through midday morning. Temperatures today reach into the lower teens, under full sunshine. Our next system arrives Sunday evening bringing a wintry mix to the area. A period of freezing rain leading to light ice accumulations is possible after 7pm. Travel will be very […]

  • Dangerous cold continues, Wind Chill Warning in effect for wind chills to -30º

    Happy New Year! Today will go in the record books as the second  coldest New Year’s Day. We only reached 3º this afternoon in Indianapolis, while areas north of I-70 didn’t make it above 0º! A Wind Chill Advisory is in place, as well as a Wind Chill Warning until Tuesday at 1 p.m.. Overnight wind chills drop even lower to -30º. It only takes about 30 minutes for frost bite to occur, so cover up any exposed skin and limit […]