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
  • Stores Back Open After Flooding

    HAZLE TOWNSHIP — Heavy rain on Monday led to flooding in parts of Luzerne County, closing a shopping mall near Hazleton. Some stores are back open for business, less than a day after heavy rain flooded the Church Hill Mall. Monday evening, many of the stores were left cleaning up, but now they’re all getting back to normal. There is debris in the parking lot from all of the heavy rain. Mall management says in its 48 years they have […]

  • Pokemon App Benefiting Businesses

    WILKES-BARRE TOWNSHIP — If you can’t beat em’, join em’ and that’s exactly what Orloski’s Car Wash and Lube Shop in Wilkes-Barre Township is doing. The sign outside of the business says it all. If you’re looking for Pokemon, stop on by. “Apparently, some of my customers were catching Pokemon in my car wash tunnel and on the property. So rather than try to exclude the Pokemon, we figured we’d invite them in,” Jerry Orloski said. So far the sign has […]

  • Camp Dost Hosts Camp for Cancer Patients

    GREENWOOD TOWNSHIP — A place near Millville may look like your typical summer camp, but the kids here have gone through some major obstacles in life. It’s called Camp Dost, a camp for cancer patients who are being treated at Geisinger. The camp started 34 years ago by the Danville Ronald McDonald House. Years later, it’s still a place for kids of all ages, those with cancer and those just getting through it. At Camp Dost, children have the opportunity to […]

  • Camp St. Andrew is Back for the Summer

    LEMON TOWNSHIP — There are a lot of smiling faces this week at Camp St. Andrew in Wyoming County. The camp near Tunkhannock is open for the summer after the Diocese of Scranton announced it would be closing last fall. At the camp you’ll find hundreds of kids. Some kids are there for Project Hope, others are attending the overnight camp for girls. A number of sports camps are also held at the property. This summer the Diocese of Scranton agreed […]

  • More Rain Needed for Crops at the Farm

    RUSH TOWNSHIP — It’s the busiest time of the year at the Hometown Farmers Market in Schuylkill County, especially for those selling fruits and vegetables. Most of the farmers admit their crops are plentiful, but it has been an uphill battle with the growing season and mother nature. “A lot of stuff got froze out in the spring because of that real cold snap that we had for a couple of days. Otherwise, it’s coming in nice now but it will […]

  • ‘It’s a miracle’- Family of Four Survives House Explosion

    NORTH BRANCH TOWNSHIP — Many are calling it a miracle that a family of four made it out alive after their Wyoming County home exploded near Mehoopany. It happened late Tuesday night along Route 187 in North Branch Township. Investigators are looking into whether the explosion could have been caused by propane. People in the community are stunned at the destruction. “It’s a miracle looking at this house that anybody survived that. There’s just absolutely nothing left. It’s total devastation,” Robert […]

  • Growing Concerns for Safety after Multiple Gun Thefts

    WYSOX TOWNSHIP — An investigation is underway in Bradford County at Fulmer’s Sporting Goods along Route 6 in Wysox. It’s where state police say a large amount of firearms were stolen some time Monday morning. It’s the second time in 13 months burglars have stolen guns from this business. In May 2015, 48 handguns were stolen from the store. Dale Fulmer, the owner of the business estimated that he was out $27,000. People who live in Bradford County are concerned after the […]

  • Selinsgrove High School Senior Dies in Crash

    SELINSGROVE — Gone too soon, that’s what friends are saying about Colt Yorks, 17, of Selinsgrove. The high school student died over the weekend after the car he was traveling in with his brother crashed on Interstate 80 near Albrightsville. According to state police, the driver was Joseph Hanrahan. The police report states the vehicle went off the right shoulder of the road, down an embankment where it overturned and hit a tree on the passenger side. Investigators say Yorks died […]

  • Rear-Facing Seats Required for Children 2 and Under

    SOUTH ABINGTON TOWNSHIP — Making sure children stay safe is a parent’s main priority, especially when it comes to traveling and being on the road. It’s one reason why Governor Tom Wolf signed a new law this week requiring children under 2 years old to be in a rear-facing car seat. At South Abington Park near Clarks Summit, we found Kathryn Ryon of Factoryville with her soon to be 3-year-old son. She kept her son rear facing until he was 2 but admits it […]

  • Work Underway on New Swimming Area in Lackawanna County

    COVINGTON TOWNSHIP — If you’re looking for a sandy beach and a new place to swim, you will soon be able to do that in Covington Park in Lackawanna County. County employees are putting the finishing touches on what will soon be a new swim area at Desandis Pond near Moscow. Bill Davis, the county’s deputy director of parks and recreation, says there will be buoys and lifeguards to make sure everyone stays safe. “The flat area there, the sand area […]

  • River Sojourn Celebrates ‘River of the Year’ Designation

    TUNKHANNOCK — On this sunny spring afternoon, about two dozen people are canoeing and kayaking down the North Branch of the Susquehanna River in Wyoming County. It’s part of a five-day sojourn celebrating the river’s title “Pennsylvania River of the Year.” At Riverside Park in Tunkhannock, community members also came together to celebrate the achievement. The Endless Mountain Heritage Region, a non-profit group nominated the river. Many hope this designation by the state gets the ball rolling on future projects along […]

  • Governor Signs Bill Allowing for Looser Liquor Laws

    PLAINS TOWNSHIP — Governor Tom Wolf signed a bill Wednesday that loosens liquor laws in the state. Grocery stores, gas stations, and restaurants that currently sell beer will be able to sell wine. The bill also allows state stores to be open on holidays and removes Sunday restrictions on the sale of alcohol. And, “last call” at casinos in Pennsylvania will soon be a thing of the past. This new law would allow casinos like Mohegan sun in Plains Township […]