Meteorologist Brittany Boyer joined WNEP in July 2013. You can catch her doing the weather on the weekends and reporting news during the week.

Brittany has always had a passion for news and meteorology. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Penn State University. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Operational Meteorology from Mississippi State University.

While at Penn State, Brittany began working at AccuWeather in State College. While there she presented weather forecasts across North America.

From there, she took her next leap to a local television station as a news reporter. Brittany worked for WJAC-TV in DuBois, Pa. for two years as the stations northern tier reporter and fill-in weather anchor.

Coming to WNEP-TV was an opportunity for Brittany to continue her career in news and weather, while being closer to family.
Brittany is an avid skier and fitness enthusiast. She also enjoys traveling, cooking and spending time outdoors.

Recent Articles
  • Labor Day Weekend at Hickory Run State Park

    KIDDER TOWNSHIP — For more than 40 years, Hickory Run State Park has been a vacation destination for Carolyn Greene of Allentown. Getting out of the city and spending a few days outdoors is exactly what she needed this Labor Day Weekend. “I just think the quietness, the smell of the smoke, you have no sense of time. It’s just a relaxing thing to do,” Greene said. Relaxing at the park near White Haven is what a lot of families […]

  • Vacationers Cancel Beach Trips for Poconos

    JIM THORPE — Labor Day Weekend is known as the unofficial end of summer, and this year many are spending it in Carbon County. Beaches along the East Coast are dealing with strong winds and rip currents from what once was Tropical Storm Hermine. David Grayson of New Jersey said the dangerous conditions and potential flooding are why he canceled his family’s beach trip. “We had planned to take a big family vacation in Delaware, and Hermine turned to be […]

  • Geisinger, St. Luke’s Announce Partnership

    BETHLEHEM TOWNSHIP — Geisinger Health System and St. Luke’s University Health Network of Bethlehem have signed an agreement to share services. The announcement was made Tuesday in Easton. Officials at Geisinger and St. Luke’s are calling the agreement a collaborative partnership. According to officials at Geisinger and St. Luke’s, this means patients will see a reduction in premiums. Patients will also have easier access to providers and better patient care. St. Luke’s University Health Network is based in the Lehigh […]

  • Celebration for Little League World Series Champions

    ENDWELL, NEW YORK — It was a big welcome home to Endwell, New York for the 2016 Little League World Series Champions. People lined the streets to cheer on the team that won it all in South Williamsport. “It’s unbelievable. It’s definitely the biggest thing that has ever happened here,” Lynne Calvey said. Maine-Endwell didn’t just win the championship, they’re also the first team from the United States to win the Little League title since 2011. “It’s actually really amazing […]

  • Longtime Bridal Stores Closing in Lackawanna County

    OLYPHANT — If you grew up in Lackawanna County, you probably know someone who shopped at Sullum’s of Olyphant. It has been around since 1920, and over the year’s it has become a landmark and an iconic shop for bridal and prom dresses. “You got quality for your dollar. They were known from that,” Joseph Germano said. The store on Lackawanna Avenue in Olyphant closed this spring. Inside there are still racks of colorful dresses. People who knew the owner […]

  • 82 Zika Cases Confirmed in Pennsylvania

    SCRANTON — As the number of confirmed cases of Zika continues to grow, health experts in our area are weighing in on the virus. As of Monday, there were 82 cases of the Zika virus confirmed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. There are also 120 tests still pending which could mean more cases of Zika in Pennsylvania. “One of the things to be concerned with this type of virus is that you can be infected with it and not […]

  • World War II Planes on Display

    HAZLE TOWNSHIP — It’s not too often you get to see World War II bombers at your local airport, but this week you can at the Hazleton Airport. From a P-51 Mustang to a B-17 Flying Fortress, they’re all here for this year’s Wings Over Hazleton event. The event runs through Wednesday at the airport in Hazle Township. The event is organized by the Collings Foundation. The non-profit organization tours World War II aircraft all across the country. “For kids […]

  • Berwick Residents Want Police to Handle All Noise Complaints

    BERWICK — A home along Susquehanna Avenue is the loudest location in Berwick–at least according to the homeowner, who lives near the Berwick Brewery. Jacob Shaffer made it clear at a public hearing with the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board that he wants the state to keep enforcing noise violations. The majority vote, on the other hand, showed otherwise. Most people at the public hearing want the borough to take over all noise complaint enforcement. It would include businesses with a […]

  • Staying Safe from Lightning

    POCONO TOWNSHIP — There have been some pretty strong storms this summer in northeastern and central Pennsylvania, including a storm that may have led to a man’s death over the weekend. Officials at Beltzville State Park in Carbon County say three people were in Beltzville Lake on Saturday when it was struck by lightning.  All three were taken to the hospital. One man later died. “Water is a very efficient conductor of electricity. It’s especially important that when thunderstorms and lightning […]

  • Rounding Up Feral Cats in Luzerne County

    JENKINS TOWNSHIP — There’s a growing problem with feral and stray cats in Luzerne County. It’s so bad, that about 50 cats were caught in Jenkins Township overnight. “It started out on a small scale then we didn’t realize the scope of it. When we realized how big the problem was we had to address it.” Jenkins Township supervisor Stanley Rovinski said. That’s why the township contacted Whiskers World Inc. for help. The nonprofit organization then stepped in and caught all […]

  • Dentists Still Encourage Flossing Despite Changes to Guidelines

    SCRANTON — At some point in your life, your dentist has probably told you that you need to floss every day to prevent gum disease and cavities. It’s a recommendation that started in 1979 by the federal government. The recommendation had to be based on scientific evidence. In a recent letter to the Associated Press, the government acknowledged that there was never any research supporting the effectiveness of flossing. As of this year, flossing is no longer a recommendation by the […]

  • Travel Agency Warning Travelers of Zika Virus

    WILKES BARRE — At Master Travel in Wilkes-Barre, Mary Ruane has catalogs ready for those who are looking for a vacation destination. The travel agent in Luzerne County isn’t just booking trips to places like Florida, she’s now making sure those traveling are aware of the Zika virus and how it’s spreading in the United States. “Because it is in the United States now, as opposed to being in Brazil and Honduras, places like that. I guess it’s a little bit […]