Allison Croghan is the Social Media Anchor and Midday Meteorologist on Fox 13 News.

After graduating with a journalism degree from the University of Mississippi, Allison studied atmospheric science through Mississippi State University’s Distance Meteorology Program.

Growing up in the St. Louis, Missouri, severe weather was not uncommon. Allison’s first television news job was in Joplin, Missouri, where she covered the aftermath of one of the deadliest tornadoes in America’s history.

While Allison certainly has a passion for weather, she loves sports as well. In college, one of her favorite internships was at ESPN in Connecticut. Fun fact: her first time reporting on live television was during an Ole Miss basketball game on ESPNU.

Her career has taken her across the country, but she’s happy she landed at Fox 13 in June of 2012. When Allison isn’t working, she’s busy hiking, reading, practicing yoga, or attending sporting events.

Recent Articles
  • Snow expected to hit Utah Saturday evening into Sunday

    A cold front that stalled over northwest Utah is expected to make its way back over the state, bringing snow across Utah Saturday evening and overnight. “The main event is coming, the main storm system is coming tonight,” UDOT spokesman John Gleason said Saturday evening. Winter weather watches and warnings have been issued for large portions of Utah. As of Saturday around 3 p.m., forecasters expect snow to become widespread over northern Utah late Saturday evening before moving to central […]

  • Snow expected across Wasatch Front may impact commute

    Snow showers develop  south through Thursday night. Most valleys in northern and central Utah will see up to an inch of snow. Mountains may see totals between 3 and 7 inches.  By Friday morning, expect another chance for snow in far northern Utah and the northern mountains. A few flurries may reach the Wasatch Front during the morning through midday.   Be sure to download the Fox 13 app to stay ahead of the winter storms rolling across Utah and […]

  • Winter storm brings rain, snow to parts of Utah

    The storm continues through Wednesday. Storm Timing Valley rain and mountain snow will increase in coverage again Wednesday evening and overnight. Northern Utah will see a burst of heavy precipitation with the passage of a cold front Wednesday morning. Precipitation will taper off Wednesday afternoon and evening. Snow Levels Northern Utah: 8000-8500 feet dropping to 4500-5500 feet by late Wednesday morning. Southern Utah: 8000-8500 feet dropping to 6000-6500 feet Wednesday morning. Additional snow accumulations: Mountains: 8-14 inches with locally higher […]

  • Watch these girls skyrocket while tubing at Willard Bay

    WILLARD BAY, Utah – Check out this crazy tubing video from Willard Bay that is starting to go viral. Natalie Jones and Stacia Watkins are the people you see go flying in this video, Natalie is the one who skyrocketed. They told Fox 13’s Allison Croghan everyone is OK. “We go boating as a family all the time and always have a blast,” Stacia said.

  • Isolated thunderstorms with strong winds hitting parts of Utah

    A cool front is hitting northern Utah. Ahead of the front, winds will pick up and isolated thunderstorms could develop across northern Utah.

  • Utahn stages fake Valentine’s Day proposal and it’s hilarious

    Utahn and Weber State grad Nick Garrett came up with a plan to make light of spending another Valentine’s Day as a single man. He and his cohort, Miles Casas, staged a fake proposal at one of the busiest Ruby Tuesday restaurants in the US, the one in New York’s Times Square. The video is four minutes of hilarity and excruciating pain at the same time. Watch as he lets the entire restaurant in on his “proposal” and devastation. He […]

  • John Legend celebrates ‘Underground’ and Women’s March at Sundance

    PARK CITY, Utah – Singer/songwriter/executive producer John Legend joined in the Women’s March on Main St. while visiting Park City, Utah, during the Sundance Film Festival. #womensmarch #audslam #sundance #slamdance2017 #femalelens @johnlegend thank you! — Audience Awards (@AudienceAwards) January 21, 2017 That night, Fox 13’s Allison Croghan caught up with Legend at WGN America’s event launching the second season of “Underground.” He told Croghan participating in the Women’s March was “amazing… to stand in solidarity with women and all […]

  • Midday Weather Update

  • The Second Amendment debate: What did Trump mean?

    (CNN) — The furor over Donald Trump’s comments about gun owners’ power in the presidential campaign continued Wednesday. The Republican candidate’s supporters attempted to quell the controversy, saying either that Trump was joking or that Democrats and the media were spinning it into something bigger than it was. Many interpreted Trump’s comments as a threat to rival Hillary Clinton. Corey Lewandowski, Trump’s former campaign manager, said the billionaire businessman was trying to unite Second Amendment supporters to turn out to […]

  • #FamousMelaniaTrumpQuotes going viral after RNC speech

  • Brewery makes beer belly paternity photos and the internet loves them

    Typically, you see perfectly toned men in ads for beer… not here. A German beer company has decided to take an honest approach to its advertising. It used average men who it believes are more representative of the regular beer consumer. As you can see, the result is as refreshing as a cold beer on a hot day. You are looking at beer belly paternity photography. They’re the work of German brewery Bergedorfer Bier. Its slogan is “brewed with love” […]

  • 62 years after Brown v. BOE, court orders Mississippi schools to desegregate

    Living on the “other side of the tracks” isn’t just a cheap idiom in Cleveland, Mississippi. Court documents show that 62 years after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled school segregation unconstitutional, the schools in this west Mississippi town of 12,000 are still divided, black and white — and the abandoned Illinois Central Railroad tracks that run through town serve as the line of demarcation. “Half of Cleveland’s schools — the schools on the east side of the railroad tracks — […]

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