Christina Erne joined News 10 ABC as the morning meteorologist in August 2016. You can watch her live hyperlocal forecasts from the mobile storm tracker throughout Albany and beyond.
She comes to the Capital Region from Maine’s NBC station WLBZ/WCSH in Bangor and Portland, where she was an MMJ reporter for Maine’s only statewide station.
Christina has always been passionate about the environment and weather. During her time as a reporter in Maine, she covered many storm-related stories, such as tornadoes and severe snowstorms. She continued to pursue her interest in weather by training in the weather center with some of the most well-known and dedicated meteorologists in the northeast, and is currently in the process of completing a degree in meteorology herself.
Christina graduated from Boston University’s College of Communication in December 2015 with a degree in broadcast journalism and a minor in Spanish. During her undergraduate studies, she was heavily involved in all of the student-run television programs, and most notably created her own weather segment on BU’s longest running live morning news show, Good Morning BU. In October 2015, Christina was chosen to freelance report for The Catholic TV Network, and flew to Washington, D.C. to cover Pope Francis’s historic visit to the United States. Christina also kept herself busy by interning at WBZ, Boston’s CBS affiliate, where she first fell in love with meteorology and reporting the weather.
In her spare time, Christina loves to go hiking, do yoga, and try out all the coffee shops in the area.
Christina is dedicated to reporting the most accurate and up-to-date forecasts. She loves immersing herself into the community, and hopes to meet many new faces when the mobile storm tracker hits the road every morning. If you would like to schedule a school visit with Christina and the storm tracker, or would just like to say hello, you can reach her at CErne@news10.com.