Bree Guy

Senior Television Broadcaster

Twitter: @breeguywx

Tony Laubach
Bree is a meteorologist and multimedia journalist and is passionate about weather, having started in seventh grade and studied meteorology at Penn State University. Bree has also conducted climate change research and enjoys reading, biking, and watching movies in her free time.

Tony Laubach

Multimedia Journalist/Weather Reporter

Twitter: @TonyLaubach

Tony Laubach
AccuWeather Meteorologist Tony Laubach, has been chasing severe weather all over the country for decades, having logged over half a million miles and over 300 tornadoes in his storm chasing career. Laubach is a Meteorology graduate from Colorado.

About Bree

Bree Guy came to us from KTNV-TV in Las Vegas where she was able to challenge herself with forecasting in the desert, which was new terrain for her. She was a multimedia journalist and meteorologist so she had the opportunity to really get to know the Las Vegas community (way more than the Strip!) and tell stories, and prior to that she was at WJAC-TV in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, where she worked as the weekend meteorologist/reporter. While at WJAC, Bree got to experience it all by doing forecasts for big winter storms, harsh temperatures, severe thunderstorms, flash floods and tornadoes. While there, she had a weather segment called “Bree Guy Tells You Why” where she explained scientific phenomena happening in the area.

She became a “weather weenie” in seventh grade after watching a video about tornadoes. She is originally from Pittsburgh and went to Pittsburgh’s Creative and Performing Arts High School where she majored in theatre. She then went on to Penn State where she graduated with a degree in meteorology and a minor in theatre in 2018.

While in school, she interned with the National Weather Service in Pittsburgh and at CBS New York as a weather intern. She has done research with the Center for Advanced Undergraduate Studies and Experience (CAUSE) on the impacts of climate change on glacial ecosystems in Peru and Alaska.

When Bree isn’t tracking storms, she can be found reading, biking, spending time with her puppy Nittany (WE ARE!) as well as watching movies and her favorite TV shows.

If you have any questions about the weather you can find her on Twitter @breeguywx.