Crystal Egger is a Emmy Award-winning meteorologist for NBC4 Southern California’s morning newscast, “Today in L.A.,” airing Monday-Friday, 4:30 a.m.-7 a.m. Follow her on Facebook here.
No stranger to local weather conditions, Egger was born and raised in Southern California. She joined the NBC4 news team from The Weather Channel, where she served as a meteorologist reporting on national weather forecasts and breaking weather news for a daily, multi-hour live program during Prime-Time. During her time there, Egger provided national weather updates for NBC Nightly News, MSNBC, CNBC and the Weekend TODAY Show.
Prior to The Weather Channel, Egger served as the morning meteorologist at KDVR, a Fox affiliate, in Denver, CO, where she covered the powerful 2008 Windsor tornado and earned several regional Emmy nominations for her work on weather specials. Egger was also the weather anchor for the ABC affiliate KIFI in Idaho Falls, ID, as well as anchor, producer and weather forecaster at Cable News 16 in San Diego.
Egger completed the meteorology program at Mississippi State University with honors and was awarded the American Meteorological Society Seal of Approval and the National Weather Association Seal of Approval. She holds a bachelor's degree in communications from the University of California in Santa Barbara.
In 2015, she was part of the team that won a Los Angeles-area Emmy Award for NBC4's special "Running Dry: California's Historic Drought."
Egger is active in the community, lending her voice and time as the local ambassador for the March of Dimes. She was recognized by Childhelp with the Spirit of Hope Award for her committment to children's causes.
When not reporting on Southern California weather, Egger enjoys spending time outdoors and with her family and friends. She and her husband are happy to be back home raising their two children.