Dylan Dreyer is an American meteorologist who works for NBC News, as of 2015. On the weekends she works as a weather anchor on "Weekend Today" and "MSNBC." She also works as a fill in for Al Roker and Carson Daly on "Today." Dreyer also makes appearances on The Weather Channel and "NBC Nightly News."
Dreyer was born in 1981 in New Jersey. She received a bachelor's degree in meteorology at Rutgers University before working for WICU in Erie, Pennsylvania, WJAR in Providence, Rhode Island, and WHDH in Boston, Massachusetts. She joined NBC News in September 2012. She is married to "Nightly News" cameraman Brian Fichera. The couple was married in Boston in 2012 and moved to an apartment in Manhattan shortly thereafter.
In her spare time, Dreyer enjoys cooking, especially during family gatherings. In 2014, she invited "Today" into her home to give them a tour of her kitchen. She also did a special segment for "Today" in which she tries out the Olympic sport of synchronized swimming. Other television show credits include "The Rachel Maddow Show" and "NewsNation with Tamron Hall." In 1963, her grandmother appeared on the television game show "The Price is Right" and became a record-setting winner.