American television meteorologist Dylan Dreyer is known for her work
with NBC News. She has been a weather anchor on “Weekend
Today” since 2012 and has joined “Today” as a news
meteorologist since 2013.
Currently, Dreyer lives in the New York area with her husband, Brian Fichera.
Childhood and Family:
Dylan Dreyer was born Dylan Marie Dreyer on August 2, 1981, in
Manalapan, New Jersey. She graduated from Rutgers University with a
bachelor's degree in meteorology in 2003.
Dylan has been married to Brian Fichera since 2012.
Dylan Dreyer has worked in Erie, Pennsylvania at WICU and in
Providence, Rhode Island at WJAR. In 2007, she joined NBC station WHDH
in Boston, Massachusetts as their meteorologist. She left WHDH to join
NBC News in September 2012.
Dreyer is weather anchor on “Weekend Today” and MSNBC on
weekends. Serving as a weather correspondent, Dreyer often appears on
“Today” on weekdays. She also is a substitute for Al Roker.
Dreyer can also be seen on The Weather Channel and on NBC Nightly