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After six years in front of a camera in Philadelphia, NBC10 meteorologist Krystal Klei has announced she is leaving the station to move to Phoenix.

Klei took to Facebook recently to break the news to her fans:

Working and living in Philly has truly been a dream. It might not be my hometown, but it was MY HOME these last six years. When I moved to Philly, I was young & nervous & had no idea what to expect. What I found was a station full of good people that have become great friends, a beautiful city full of amazing restaurants and awesome local businesses, and a community that is fiercely loyal and passionate.

According to NBC10, Klei graduated from Arizona State University with degrees in Geography-Meteorology/Climatology and Broadcast Journalism. Prior to moving to Philadelphia, she worked at KVIA-TV in El Paso, TX. She joined NBC10 in July 2016.

In Phoenix, Klei will be working for the local FOX affiliate.

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