Dylan Dreyer

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Dylan Dreyer
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Dreyer in May 2015
Born Dylan Marie Dreyer
(1981-08-02) August 2, 1981 (age 34)
Manalapan Township, New Jersey
Education Rutgers University Meteorology, 2003
Occupation Meteorologist, Reporter
Years active 2003-present
Spouse(s) Brian Fichera (2012–present)

Dylan Marie Dreyer (born August 2, 1981)[citation needed] is an American television meteorologist working for NBC News. She is weather anchor and rotates with Sheinelle Jones in the Orange Room on Weekend Today and MSNBC on weekends.[1] Dreyer frequently appears on Today on weekdays as a weather correspondent and as a fill-in for Al Roker and Carson Daly. She also appears on The Weather Channel and on NBC Nightly News. Dreyer joined NBC News in September 2012 after working at NBC station WHDH in Boston, Massachusetts since 2007.[2]

Early life and education[edit]

Dreyer was born in Manalapan, New Jersey and graduated from Rutgers University in 2003 with a bachelor's degree in meteorology.


Dreyer has worked at WICU in Erie, Pennsylvania; WJAR in Providence, Rhode Island; and WHDH in Boston, Massachusetts.

Dreyer was in a car accident while en route to cover a blizzard for The Today Show on February 9, 2013; she suffered a mild concussion.[3]

Personal life[edit]

Dylan married Brian Fichera in 2012.[4] They live in the New York area.


In 1963, Dreyer's grandmother, Doris Milke, was a record-setting winner on the original version of The Price Is Right.[5]


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