Is Brittany Beggs leaving WRCB?

METEOROLOGIST Brittany Beggs has been with local WRCB in Tennessee for nearly four years.

Beggs has covered major storms in her career, such as Superstorm Sandy, hurricanes, and heatwaves.

Brittany Beggs is the meteorologist at WRCB in Tennessee

Brittany Beggs is the meteorologist at WRCB in TennesseeKrediet: Instagram/Brittany Beggs

Is Brittany Beggs leaving WRCB?

It is unclear if Brittany Beggs will be leaving WRCB.

Egter, Beggs teased her social media followers that she might be leaving her post on WRCB as the meteorologist.

She posted a photo on July 30, 2021, onderskrif: “Last time!” and sent her followers into a frenzy as they tried to figure out if she was leaving the network.

Beggs served as a weekend meteorologist for a year prior to transitioning to the weekday meteorologist role.

Beggs has been with the network for four years

Beggs has been with the network for four yearsKrediet: Instagram/Brittany Beggs

What did Brittany Beggs’ followers say about her leaving WRCB?

While Beggs has yet to make a formal announcement regarding her departure from local WRCB, her followers sent her their best wishes on her next endeavor.

Een gebruiker het geskryf: “You can’t do this to us….maar, good luck to you! Thanks for always taking the time to explain why weather does what it doesYou’ll be missed!”

Nog een het bygevoeg: “You are a fantastic and great Meteorologist. Jy sal gemis word. Blessings to you on your next journey.”

'N Derde het gesê: “Brittany what’s next?”

Some were also confused as to where she was going, with one follower asking: “where you going?”

'N Ander het geskryf: “Last time for what?”

Who is Brittany Beggs?

Beggs joined WRCB after working in Columbia, Missouri as a meteorologist.

Prior to Columbia, she started her career in Hagerstown Maryland as a chief meteorologist.

She is a graduate of Drury University where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in integrated media and a minor in physics.

Beggs also obtained a Master’s degree in Earth and atmospheric sciences at Saint Louis University.

The meteorologist was awarded the prestigious CBM Seal from the American Meteorological Society in 2015.