WTEN Meteorologist Christina Erne says she is done at the station come month’s end.
In a social media post she says that she is moving back home:
I’ve got something very bittersweet to share with all my followers, to take a read!
After two and a half years of forecasting in the Capital region and beyond, I am stepping away from News 10 at the end of the month. This was a very difficult decision for me, but I will be leaving Albany to move home to family and friends, which is SO incredibly important to me.
“I took a job as a meteorologist at WJAR in Providence, Rhode Island,” Erne told the Times Union “Home for me is the Boston area, so I’ll be living in Massachusetts and commuting just the 20-30 minutes to work.”
“It’s hard to leave here since it’s the longest I’ve been at a station (2 1/2 years) …, but I am excited to move on,” she said.
Her replacement has not been named, according to WTEN news director, Ryan Mott.