Abigail Degler

Abigail Degler

Meteorologist

Abigail is originally from southern Illinois, growing up in a small town east of St. Louis, Missouri. Being an April baby, storms have followed Abigail, leading to her down the path to becoming a Meteorologist and helping to feed her passion for severe weather.

Thunderstorms are her favorite type of weather. One tradition Abigail has brought with her to the Tennessee Valley is watching storms with her favorite spotter, Clyde, her dog.

Abigail attended Eastern Illinois University where she obtained a B.A and B.S focusing on Broadcast Meteorology.

Her hobbies include trying out new recipes, watching any and all movies as well as going on road trips with her husband, Joseph, and her dog Clyde.


Recent Articles by Abigail

Consistent rain for your Wednesday afternoon

Gloomy Sunday with mild overnight temps

Still seeing showers off to our east for your Saturday evening

Mostly cloudy and muggy for your Friday afternoon

In the 60s to start off your Friday

Another day in the 80s

  Humidity follows us into the evening

Warming to the 80s for your Wednesday afternoon

  Temperatures climb back up this week

Warmer start to your Sunday morning

Grab a coat and dress in layers for your Saturday

Breezy cool Friday afternoon

Big change coming to the Valley overnight

Cool and comfortable for your Tuesday afternoon

  Rainy today, but drier workweek ahead

Delta on its way out

A break in the rain for your Saturday morning

Post Tropical Delta: What you need to know

Warm Wednesday afternoon ahead

  Cooler start to the workweek, but temps later increase

Front moves through for your Sunday

Lovely day ahead

With highs only reaching the upper 60s today... the below average temperature trend continues.

Clear, cool and calm for your Thursday afternoon

Overnight system will bring rain and thunderstorms to the Valley for Monday

  Warm today, cool down this week

Scattered rain for your Sunday

Becoming sunny for your Saturday

Mostly cloudy and in the 70s

More calm and dry for the Valley