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Sarah Fletcher

Sarah left her hometown in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to make the big move to the Electric City. She is excited to join the KFBB team and forecast for Big Sky Country.

Her love for weather began at an early age due to the severe weather of North Texas. As part of an Aggie Family, when the time came to decide what University she'd attend, Texas A&M was an obvious choice. 

While studying Atmospheric Science, she spent her spare time getting involved on campus through various philanthropic groups. Her focus was on Breast Cancer Education and Awareness through her sorority Zeta Tau Alpha.

After graduating from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Meteorology and Minor in Communication, Sarah worked as a weather intern for KDAF in Dallas, Texas. During this time, she updated viewers on severe weather outbreaks through social media and forecasting the highly erratic weather patterns in North Texas. She had the opportunity to work with her mentor to enhance her forecasting skills and learn about the broadcasting business. Sarah is very excited to forecast the variable weather conditions of Montana, and she is looking forward to her first real winter.

As a native Texan, she enjoys cheering on the Fighting Texas Aggie football team, the Dallas Mavericks and the Texas Rangers. In her free time, you can find her painting, readying, or really doing anything crafty. She is enjoying the cooler weather, and can't wait to forecast snow!

Sarah would love to hear feedback from the KFBB fans.

sarah.fletcher@cowlesmontana.com.
 

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