Anne joins WLFI from her hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma and is enjoying being the weekday morning meteorologist.
Anne joined WLFI in February 2018 from her hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma as the weekday morning and noon meteorologist.
Graduating from The University of Oklahoma with degrees in Journalism and Weather & Climate, her passion for weather began at a young age.
In fact, her love for weather started when she was six-years-old after witnessing a funnel form in her backyard. “Witnessing Mother Nature's phenomenal impact on society drove me to where I am today and fuels my passion for meteorology.”
Before WLFI, Anne interned at KOTV-News on 6 in Tulsa. She had the privilege to work alongside some of the country's most distinguished meteorologists.
Anne says the most crucial aspect of this career: Relaying information to the public in a clear and concise format. “I have had experience tracking numerous severe weather outbreaks and enjoy the ‘all hands on deck’ approach required for each and every system.”
It didn’t take her long to become actively involved and engage with the community, as well as familiar with the always-changing Indiana weather.
Anne brought her rescue dog, Bentley, along for the journey and is enjoying calling Lafayette her home.
Oklahoma at heart, forever a Sooner and Indiana by choice.
Tracking severe weather chances for tomorrow and much warmer temps as we wrap-up the work week.
Look for Storms this afternoon and evening. Some could become severe.
Hot and humid conditions will continue today & tomorrow. Peak afternoon Heat Index values today will range from 100-105 and around 100 on Tuesday. Shower and thunderstorm chances return tonight into Tuesday as a slow moving frontal boundary approaches from the north.
While most locations will be dry, an isolated thunderstorm can't be ruled out as a front moves through the area. Any lingering storms will be ending from northwest to southeast later today.
Warm and unsettled weather will continue into Wednesday, with chances for showers and/or storms persisting into Wednesday morning.
We have had some heavy rainfall over the past 72 hours and will continue to have more opportunities for precipitation through tomorrow.
A summer-like pattern returns to Greater Lafayette today with hot and humid conditions, accompanied by daily chances for scattered showers and thunderstorms as we head into the weekend.
Clear skies across central Indiana early this morning as the region resides under broad high pressure.
Today will be hot in central Indiana with highs forecasted to be in the 90s! By mid-week, the remnants of Alberto should move in. Expect widespread, possibly heavy, rain Tuesday night and Wednesday.
Dry weather and above normal temperatures are in store through Friday evening under high pressure.