High school varsity football scores

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
  • A warm, dry start to the week; tracking a couple stormy days

    We have another shot at seeing the annual Perseid Meteor Shower tonight. The best time to look up will be after midnight through dawn Monday morning. Head out to dark country skies where you can see around 60 per hour. Skies will remain mostly clear tonight as lows drop to the mid 60’s. Colts training camp is back in action tomorrow. As you’re heading out the door, you might run into a little patchy fog. Highs tomorrow will peak back […]

  • Perseid Meteor Shower peaks Sunday and Monday morning

    It’s that time of year again. The Perseid Meteor Shower annual show is set to peak in the early morning hours on Sunday (the 12th) and Monday (the 13th). Clearing skies this Friday night will setup the sky for a great spectacle. All you really need to do it look up. However, for the most direct view, face yourself to the northeast and enjoy the show. The best time to watch will be between the hours of midnight and dawn. […]

  • Tracking weekend rain chances along with plenty of dry time

    We added ANOTHER above average day to the ranks for Summer 2018. However, we’ve actually slipped to the 20th warmest summer to-date. A few isolated showers will linger around central Indiana tonight. However, most of us will stay dry. A little patchy fog around is possible by early tomorrow morning. Rain chances will return as we head into the afternoon. These will be widely scattered and stay mainly south of I-70. So, if you’re headed out the Indiana State Fair, […]

  • Very hot and humid weekend; more comfortable next week

    They’re coming back!! We’re tracking 90° heat as we head into the weekend. We’ve already had 24 90° days this year, several days above the average. We’ll be on the warm side tonight with lows dropping down to the upper 60’s. It will be hot, humid and very sunny tomorrow. The UV Index is forecast at 9. Don’t forget the sunscreen. If you’re headed out to the Indiana State Fair tomorrow, make sure to stay hydrated. Temperatures will be in […]

  • It will be hot and humid for the first weekend of August

    It’s going to be a weekend filled with fun events! One of them, the Indiana State Fair. It opens tomorrow! We’ll kick off the morning with areas of patchy fog again, so allow yourself some extra time to take it slow on the roads. Remember, many kids are now waiting along the side of the road for their bus! By the lunch hour, temperatures will climb to the lower 80s, with lots of sunshine. Highs will top out in the […]

  • Could we be seeing above average rainfall this month?

    Welcome to August! The outlook for this month suggests that we have equal chances for normal, above average and below average temperatures. What’s more interesting is the precipitation outlook. After several months where our rain totals have fallen short, the outlook for August is suggesting we could be seeing a wetter than normal month. We’ll see! On average, the high temperature through most of the month averages to 84°. We had another cooler than average day with highs only making […]

  • Rain to start August; tracking dry time and a big warm-up

    We finally made it UNDER the 2″ deficit that we’ve had for these past few weeks of July. However, we still finished the month over and inch and a half short of where we should be. The rain today really helped bring those totals up. Areas near Bloomington got the bulk of the rain, bringing in near 1.50″! We will be mild tonight with temperatures dropping to the mid 60’s by early tomorrow morning. Rain showers will return tomorrow. However, […]

  • Tracking more rainy and cooler days

    We’re still needing the rain! Including today’s totals, July is still running more than 2″ below average. Several of us did get some good rain totals though. Over 3/4″ in Indianapolis. We’ve tacked on yet another below average day to the summer. However, above average days are still dominating! Many of us just barely broke the 70° mark today. Overnight temperatures will be seasonable, dropping down to the mid 60’s. Rain chances will ramp up again tomorrow. Showers around could […]

  • Dreary and damp finish to July

    We’ve slipped from the 11th warmest summer, to-date, down to the 16th warmest in just a matter of days. Many of us didn’t even make it out of the 70’s this afternoon. Not only are rain chances rising but humidity has as well. Dew point temperatures are up several degrees from where they were last night. Spotty showers will be around during the late evening hours and become more scattered as we head toward day break tomorrow. Temperatures tonight will […]

  • A few storms this evening; cool stretch coming

    The chance for a few showers and thunderstorms will increase into the late afternoon hours as a cold front drops southeast across Central Indiana. If you have plans tonight, like maybe seeing the Indians at Victory Field or the Foo Fighters at Ruoff Music Center, keep them. The night won’t be a total washout. However, you will want to be prepared for a few storms in the area during the late afternoon and early evening hours. Our best chances of […]