Krista developed a reputation as someone who can do it all. Prior to her arrival at FOX59 she held positions as a Meteorologist, Anchor, Producer and Reporter at NBC’s WFIE in Evansville, IN. Krista is a graduate of Purdue University, where she obtained dual degrees in both Meteorology and Theater Acting. Krista’s passion for all things outdoors only enhances her love of her chosen profession. Ever since a tornado struck near her childhood home when she was a child, Krista’s love for learning about severe weather has grown. She is extremely excited to be working with the team she grew up watching at FOX59 and returning to the area she has lived in for the last 10 years with her husband and two dogs.


Recent Articles
  • Rain and storm chances return to start the work week

    Our gorgeous, sunny, first full day of Fall let temperatures climb all the way into the upper 70’s and even the lower 80’s for a few of us. Clouds moving in overnight will keep us a good bit warmer than last night. Take the umbrella tomorrow! With those clouds, comes rain. Scattered showers are likely to be in the area during the morning commute. Even if you don’t have rain around as you walk out the door, there will plenty […]

  • A great finish to the weekend; tracking storm chances next week

    Cooler air has settled in across the region and Indianapolis only made it up to 64° this afternoon. Plan on a cool night as temperatures drop to the lower 50’s and upper 40’s by early tomorrow morning. Lots of sunshine around tomorrow for most of us. However, areas south of I-70 will see more of a mix of sun and clouds. Temperatures will be a bit warmer with the sunshine. Temperatures ranging from the upper 60’s to lower 70’s, depending […]

  • A fantastic, much cooler weekend ahead

    Cloud cover kept storm development at bay here in Central Indiana. That means, we’re in the clear for Friday night football. A spotty shower is possible this evening but most of us will remain completely dry. A much cooler night ahead. Still above average but lows will be more than ten degrees cooler than they have been the past several mornings. Not only is the air cooling but the humidity is in for a big drop too. Make sure to […]

  • Big changes are coming!

    Our last day in the 90’s? It looks like it! We hit 90° for the 38th time this year. Now, we tracking cooler air to rush in for the start of Fall this weekend. A few showers and thunderstorms will come along a cold front tomorrow afternoon. The day won’t be washout but a few heavy downpours and gusty storms are possible. The severe threat is very low tomorrow but an isolated strong storm is possible too. A couple rounds […]

  • Tracking a big break from the heat

    Fall is just days away but it’s still feeling like mid-summer. Highs today reached 90° once again. That’s the 37th time this year, so far. However, more are in the forecast! Our winds will shift out of the southwest by Thursday, ushering in more hot and humid air. Highs tomorrow will reach the low 90’s, while the heat index will rise into the mid and upper 90’s. A few spotty showers and storms are possible again tomorrow afternoon. However, most […]

  • Remnants of Florence bringing rain chances to Indiana

    Tropical Depression Florence is starting to move out of the Carolinas. This is only after the storm dumped nearly 3 feet of rain in some areas. The remnants of the storm will push their way NW toward Indiana through the overnight hours. A few rain showers will be possible for us by tomorrow morning. These will be mainly concentrated along our eastern and southeastern counties. The showers won’t last long. This system will push NE and leave us mostly dry, […]

  • Hot and humid finish to the weekend; tracking late week relief

    We’re dry for now but the remnants of Florence could bring us rain later this week. So far, this storm has dumped more than 30″ of rain in parts of North Carolina. Today, the big story back home was the heat and humidity. Highs climbed to the upper 80’s and lower 90’s with Feels Like temperatures climbing to the mid 90’s in some areas. After a foggy start, we’ll be hot and humid again on Sunday. Highs will be back […]

  • A steamy Labor day; tracking late-week relief

    We’re heading into what will possibly be one of the warmest Labor Days, dating back 1963. Right now, the year of 1964 holds the record spot with a steamy 96° for the high temperature. We’re not going to that, but we are looking to tie for one of the top 5 spots. By tomorrow afternoon, temperatures will be back into the 90’s, topping out right around 91°. However, the heat index temperature will quickly rise into the mid and upper […]

  • Hot and humid to open September; relief comes late week

    Welcome to the 1st day of September. Big changes come this month, especially in the average temperature. Today, the average maximum temperature sits at 83°. By the end of the month, we will shave off 11° from our average high, with September 30th coming in at a cooler, 72°. Furthermore, we’ll lose an hour and 15 minutes of daylight over the course of the month. Tomorrow won’t feel much like early September. It will be hot and humid with highs […]

  • Changes are coming quickly; tracking more heat and rain chances

    The month of August is almost over after giving us a bit of whip lash. We had two rounds of heat waves with a total of 6 – 90° days for the month. Overall, the month is coming in as above average for temperatures. However, don’t forget the several REALLY nice days we had sprinkled in there. The refreshing air today will exit as quickly as it arrived. Dew point temperatures will be back near 70° by Friday afternoon. We […]