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
  • Beautiful Memorial Day with isolated late day rain

    Good morning! Our Memorial Day is off to a great start with mostly clear skies and temperatures near 60. This afternoon is looking seasonal with highs in the upper 70s. A weak cold front slides through the state this afternoon, clouds will increase as spotty rain and storms develop. Most areas will remain dry all day, so keep your outdoor plans! It is shaping up to be a great day for grilling! Temperatures remain seasonal through the upcoming week. Slight rain […]

  • Dry start to Race Day with scattered afternoon rain

    Happy Race Day everyone! We are starting off muggy and mild with temperatures in the 60s. When gates open at 6 a.m. it will be mostly cloudy and a little foggy. Futurecast is looking dry at race time over IMS! A cold front moving in from the northwest will spark off rain and storms. They look to arrive in Indy around 4 p.m. The front continues moving southeast out of the state later tonight. We are under a slight risk […]

  • Chance of severe storms through the Holiday weekend

    Welcome to Indy 500 weekend! A lot of events going on this weekend and most of today looks dry. If you are headed to the 500 parade, it will be warm, muggy with a mix of sun & clouds. Temperatures will reach into the upper 70s this afternoon. Don’t forget to stay hydrated this weekend. As an area of low pressure pulls east out of the state today it will drag a cold front into southern Indiana. The front will […]

  • A lot of dry time on Carb Day with shower chances this weekend

    Happy Carb Day! Fog has developed over the area and is causing reduced visibility this morning. It will lift out mid-morning, leaving partly cloudy skies. A lot of today will be dry with a chance of rain and storms later this afternoon. The greatest threat is coming for the evening hours. Temperatures are warming back to normal into the upper 70s. Right now models are trending drier on Saturday with just a slight chance of a few afternoon storms. Any […]

  • Morning showers with a drier afternoon

    Good Thursday morning! The upper low is still spinning over the area, continuing to spark off light rain showers in the area. The low will move east today taking the showers with it. Our afternoon is looking mainly dry with a few isolated showers. Temperatures are also going to be on the cooler side, topping out in the mid 60s. Carb Day is looking partly cloudy with a chance of a few showers late in the afternoon. Unfortunately the holiday […]

  • Low pressure spinning over the area keeps rain around with cooler temperatures

    Good Wednesday morning! A low pressure system sitting over the state will continue to produce showers through Thursday. There a few spotty showers on radar right now, but coverage will increase through the afternoon. Thunderstorms are possible later today. Showers continue into Thursday as well, with a soggy morning commute for some. Rain will taper off in the afternoon hours with high pressure briefly building in Thursday night into Friday. Temperatures will be on the cooler side today, topping out in […]

  • Pole Day starts with showers and ends with sunshine

    Happy Sunday everyone! The warm front has lifted north through the state leaving us with a mild start to the day. A cold front sitting in Illinois will push east through Indiana this morning bringing a cooler afternoon. As the cold front heads eastward spotty showers will develop out ahead of it during the morning hours. The rain will be in our eastern counties by 1pm with clearing skies in western Indiana. After the morning rain moves into Ohio we […]

  • Scattered thunderstorms this weekend, but there will be a lot of dry time too

    Happy Saturday! A warm and muggy day on the way with scattered thunderstorms developing. It won’t be an all day washout, there will be a lot of dry time. Pole Day looks to start with showers but they move east by noon, leaving the afternoon dry. A stalled out frontal boundary will lift north today, allowing a warm and moist airmass to settle over the state. Temperatures will be cooler ahead of the front in the mid to upper 70s. […]

  • Scattered storms today through the weekend

    Happy Friday! A front sitting across central Indiana will help showers and storms develop today into the weekend. There is a wide temperature spread this morning with mid 50s north of the front and near 70 south of the front. Areas of rain and storms are pushing through the state this morning and redevelopment is possible through the afternoon and evening hours. A few storms could be strong to severe; large hail and damaging winds would be the main threats. Yesterday […]

  • Warm and windy Wednesday on the way

    Happy Wednesday everyone! Today will be feeling more like summer than spring! We have a lot of sunshine on the way with temperatures in the mid to upper 80s! Strong southerly winds to 30 mph will help boost temperatures this afternoon. Today will be dry but rain chances return starting Thursday, lasting into the weekend. More widespread rain arrives this weekend, Pole Day is looking soggy at times. Temperatures dropping back into the 60s to start off next week.