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It has been said that something as small as the flutter of a butterfly's wing can ultimately cause a typhoon halfway around the world.

- Chaos Theory

 

Leadership Team

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Crystal Egger

Crystal Egger is an Emmy Award-winning host and meteorologist. Her on-air experience varies widely from Meteorology to Climate Analysis to bridging the weather connection between seasons, traveling, sporting events, food growth and sustainable living.

She has anchored, interviewed and reported on major national weather events, including state of emergencies and historic natural disasters through The Weather Channel, NBC Nightly News, MSNBC, CNBC, NBC Los Angeles and TODAY Show.

Crystal has recently worked as a weather consultant for a large technology company, providing severe weather forecasting and monitoring around the world, working alongside the risk management team to mitigate weather-related impacts to facilities, productivity and supply chains.

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Kathryn Prociv

Kathryn Prociv is a Certified Consulting Meteorologist (CCM) and producer for NBC News in New York where she works closely with Al Roker and supports the flagship shows of the Today Show and Nightly News with Lester Holt. She is responsible for all weather content that airs nationally across all platforms. Prior to working at NBC News, Kathryn spent five years as a meteorologist and weather producer at The Weather Channel. There, she produced across all programming platforms including the morning and prime time live shows.

A self-proclaimed weather geek, she has participated in several Virginia Tech storm chase trips, both as a student—she holds a bachelor’s and a master’s in geography—and as a returning instructor. She has a strong presence on social media, where she communicates on all matters regarding weather, safety, and preparedness. In the past, she has contributed to various weather blogs including The Washington Post’s Capital Weather Gang and United States Tornadoes.