Emily Roehler


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Emily is no stranger to wild weather! She comes from Kearney, Nebraska where she worked as a weekend meteorologist for the past 2 years.

Emily comes to KKTV from Kearney, Nebraska where she worked as a weekend meteorologist for two years. She’s no stranger to wild weather, covering everything from tornado outbreaks to blizzards during her time in the Central Plains.

An Arizona native, Emily graduated Cum Laude from Western Connecticut State University’s Honors Program with a degree in Meteorology. During her time on the East Coast Emily was able to get her feet wet forecasting Nor’easters and hurricanes and she’s excited for the challenges that come with forecasting in Southeastern Colorado.

Emily was happy to make the move to Colorado Springs and have mountains in her backyard again. When she’s not in the weather center you can probably find her with a book, enjoying the outdoors or tackling her latest D.I.Y. project. You can email Emily anytime at eroehler@kktv.com with your weather photos and questions or just to say hi!

Latest Sports Headlines

Posted: 10:36 AM - Jim Johannson, the general manager of the U.S. Olympic men's hockey team, has died just a couple weeks before the start of the Pyeongchang Games

Posted: 01/20/2018 - Nick Halloran scored with 54.6 seconds remaining in overtime to give Colorado College a 6-5 victory over No. 11 Western Michigan Saturday night in Kalamazoo, Mich.

Posted: 01/20/2018 - Every loss hurts, but conference home losses are especially damaging — and the Colorado Buffaloes will be feeling this hurt for a while. The Buffs had all kinds of momentum heading into Saturday's matchup with Washington, a game head coach Tad Boyle called a "separation game." CU had won two in a row and four of its last five, and had a chance to hold onto at least a tie for fourth in the conference standings. But the Huskies provided their version of separation, dominating the Buffs on the boards and walking away from the Coors Events Center with a 72-62 win.