Andrea is the Morning Meteorologist at WPMT FOX43. She’s loved everything involving the wonders and whys of weather since age 10.

Her love for weather led her to Penn State, where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Meteorology in 2009. She spent her first three years in Binghamton, NY at two television stations. She worked at FOX40 WICZ-TV for about a year, and then she worked an additional two years at WBNG-TV. She experienced lake effect snow, severe weather, snow storms, and more!

Andrea is happy to be back in Pennsylvania! She grew up in a small suburb just outside Philadelphia, so she’s always cheering on the Phillies, the Eagles, and the Penn State Nittany Lions! During her spare time, she enjoys taking weather related photos or videos, and then sharing them with others! Weather isn’t her only interest—she loves hanging with her pet rabbits, Oreo Doppler and Dolce Glaze, reading, tasting craft beers, and cooking.

If you have any questions, she’s more than happy to hear from you! Send an e-mail (, or find her on Facebook and Twitter to share in her weather fun!

Recent Articles
  • Mild with more rain Tuesday, then rain turns to some snow late tonight

        MILD & BREEZY, SNOW LATE TONIGHT: After a lull in the rain, more shower activity spreads back into Central PA throughout the morning as a cold front crosses the state. It’s a mild start, and there’s still a bit of a breeze, with temperatures in the middle 40s to lower 50s. Steady rain is likely through the afternoon as the cold front crosses through, and conditions remain very mild too. Expect afternoon temperatures in the lower to middle […]

  • Mild with showers and breezy conditions to start the week

        DAMP & MILD START TO THE WEEK: Monday brings plenty of clouds and the chance for showers. The morning is mainly dry, but a few light showers cannot be ruled out in some spots. Temperatures begin in the 30s but rise toward 40 degrees near and after daybreak. Showers become more widespread from mid to late morning, and it lasts through the first half of the afternoon. The breezes start to increase too. Afternoon temperatures reach the middle […]

  • Wide range of temperature changes in the week ahead

    We’ll have an active weather week ahead with milder temperatures and rain to start the week, followed by a quick cooldown by midweek. UMBRELLA WEATHER:  A warm front will lift through the area on Monday as an area of low pressure tracks through the Great Lakes.  A cold front with this system will move through on Tuesday.  Periods of rain are likely starting mid-morning Monday and lasting through Tuesday afternoon/evening.  Rainfall between a half to three-quarters of an inch is […]

  • Big temperature swings in the week ahead

    GRAB THE UMBRELLA:  High pressure remains in play for the rest of the weekend and then moves offshore. It gives way for an unsettled weather pattern for the week ahead.     ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURE:  A noticeable warming trend is forecast early next week with temperatures running 10 to 15 degrees above normal. Increasing clouds on Sunday as low pressure moves in with a warm front lifting north across the area on Monday. The mild trend is accompanied with periods […]

  • Milder and breezy on Friday with a chance for a few afternoon sprinkles

        MILD & BREEZY WITH CLOUDS: Another weak system crosses through on Friday, and this keeps the clouds in place and kicks up the breezes. The morning starts with plenty of clouds and perhaps a flurry or two. Temperatures start in the middle to upper 30s. The rest of the day brings plenty of clouds, with a small chance for a couple sprinkles or a light shower. Most spots stay dry. It’s milder, with temperatures in the middle to […]

  • Another breezy one for Thursday, but some more sunshine is expected

        BREEZY, SLOWLY TURNING MILDER: Temperatures slowly turn milder through the end of the week, and it comes with a continuation of the breezy conditions too. It’s still a bit breezy for Thursday morning, with temperatures starting in the middle 30s to near 40 degrees. There’s plenty of clouds and a few lake effect flurries. The clouds break a bit during the late morning and early afternoon, leading to some sunshine. Temperatures are just a little higher, with afternoon […]

  • Breezy Tuesday ahead with more sunshine and wind chills in the 30s

        QUIET, CHILLY & BREEZY: Tuesday brings more sunshine, but it’s still on the chilly side with a breeze. Skies turn mostly clear through the morning after a few light flurries, and morning temperatures dip into the lower to middle 30s. Wind chills feel like the lower 20s. The winds are a bit lighter by the afternoon, but they still add the extra chill. Afternoon highs are expected to reach the upper 30s to lower 40s. Wind chills feel […]

  • Monday starts the work week cold with some snow showers and breezy conditions

          BACK TO WORK: It’s back to work for many on Monday, the day brings colder conditions and snow showers. There are some snow showers for the morning in addition to a breeze. Temperatures begin in the lower to middle 30s, with wind chills feeling like the 20s at times. The afternoon brings breezy winds and plenty of clouds. Some snow showers are likely too, but are not expected to bring much by way of accumulations. Overall, a […]

  • Mild with a few showers and breezy conditions Wednesday, then gusty, chillier, and dry for Thanksgiving Day!

        BREEZY, FEW SHOWERS FOR TRAVELS: The busiest travel day of the year brings the chance for a few showers, in addition to breezy conditions. It’s a milder morning, with lows starting in the middle 30s to lower 40s. Close to daybreak, a few showers move into the region. The chance for a few showers through the rest of the morning and into the early afternoon. For the most part, it should be dry with breezy conditions by late […]

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