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    Fritz Coleman

    Fritz Coleman is NBC4 Southern California's weathercaster for NBC4 News at 5, 6 and 11 p.m. A Southern California broadcasting icon, Coleman is well known for his sense of humor. He joined NBC4 in 1982 as the weekend weathercaster. Originally from Philadelphia, Coleman attended Salem College in West Virginia and Temple University in Philadelphia where he studied radio, television and film. Coleman is an avid runner, rollerblader and skier. He lives in the San Fernando Valley and has two sons and a daughter. See his full bio.

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    Crystal Egger

    Crystal Egger is NBC4's meteorologist for the station’s morning newscast, “Today in LA,” airing Monday-Friday, 4:30 to 7 a.m. No stranger to local weather conditions, Egger was born and raised in Southern California. When not reporting on the region’s 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. See her full bio.

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    Elita Loresca

    Elita Loresca is a meteorologist with NBC4. Before joining the station in 2007, she graduated CSU Fullerton for broadcast journalism and earned the Certificate of Broadcast Meteorology at Mississippi State University. She is a member of the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society (AMS). In 2010, she earned the AMS Seal of Approval. Loresca is actively involved as a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity and The National Alliance to Nurture the Aged and the Youth, a non-profit Filipino organization. See full bio.

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    Carl Bell

    Carl Bell is a weathercaster for NBC4. He became part of the NBC4 news team in September 2003. Raised in Southern California, Bell is a graduate of Hoover High School in Glendale and from the University of Southern California. He is married and has two children. See his full bio.

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