Cindy Preszler

Cindy Preszler


Cindy Preszler is an on-air meteorologist at WFTX, Fox 4, in Fort Myers/Cape Coral, Florida. She was previously a meteorologist with, a dynamic, interactive site she created and owned with her business partner, Ric Kearbey, that delivered up-to-date weather information for the Greater St. Louis metro area, from 2016 through January, 2019. She was the chief meteorologist at KSDK-TV 5, the NBC affiliate in St. Louis, Missouri, from 1998 until 2016. Preszler was one of five female chief meteorologists that were on TEGNA-owned NBC affiliates, including Monica Woods of ABC affiliate KXTV in Sacramento, CA. Prior to arriving in St. Louis in October, 1998, the South Dakota native worked at several TV stations, including Chicago’s NBC-owned WMAQ-TV, as well as on The Weather Channel (1987–92). Preszler was the first female meteorologist to cover a landfall hurricane at the Weather Channel, and has won 5 regional Emmy awards (including 17 nominations). She was also awarded an AP Award for feature story, six Missouri Broadcasters awards (15 nominations), one Illinois Broadcasters award, and was a fill-in for both The Today Show (NBC) and CBS This Morning. She previously chaired the AMS Broadcast Conference, and was featured in Sport Illustrated’s “Women of Weather.” She is currently a member of and/or holds the American Meteorological Society Seal of Approval, the National Weather Association Seal, and the International Association of Broadcast Meteorology.



Hair: Blonde
Eyes: Blue
Height: 5’6″; 168 cm
Weight: 128 lbs; 58 kg
Bust: 35 in; 89 cm
Waist: 26 in; 66 cm
Hips: 35 in; 89 cm
Date of Birth: October 5, 1960
Nationality: American
Instagram: @cpreszler


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