NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Sheena Parveen is leaving Philly but not the NBC family.
Sheena is moving to NBC10's sister station WRC-TV/NBC4 Washington.
"Our loss is WRC’s gain," said NBC10 vice president of news Anzio Williams. "Sheena has been a great advocate and supporter of our communities and her love for pets made her the perfect ambassador for our Clear the Shelters pet adoption campaign. I’m certain that DC-area viewers will benefit from her energy, enthusiasm and expertise and immediately connect with her."
Sheena joined the NBC10 First Alert Weather Team five years ago and delivered the weather for such major events as Superstorm Sandy and the Blizzard of 2016. She also delivered weather updates for CSN, the Flyers and 76ers.
"I'm excited about this new opportunity and am delighted that I will remain in the NBCUniversal family," Sheena wrote on Facebook. "However, at the same time I am sad to leave the Philadelphia area and our passionate and loyal viewers. I have enjoyed forecasting the weather here for almost 5 years, and helping to keep our viewers (you) safe."
Sheena will make the move to D.C. at the end of the year.