Bryan Ramsey started working for Action News Now as a weekend meteorologist and weekday reporter in June of 2019.
Bryan graduated from Texas A&M University in May of 2019 with a bachelor's degree in meteorology and minors in journalism and geography. He was born and raised in the Houston area, growing up in the small town of Santa Fe, TX.
He has always been fascinated by the hurricanes that impacted his hometown near the coast with a life-long dream of becoming a meteorologist. During his free time, Bryan enjoys photography, hiking and visiting new places.
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There are 6 things to keep in mind when outdoors during the pandemic. This includes checking what's open, traveling locally, staying home if you feel sick, practicing physical distancing, keeping good hygiene such as washing your hands and leaving no trace by taking what ever you bring in the park, out with you.
Right now is still too early for widespread PG&E power shut offs but they could become more common again this year, later in the season. PG&E has pulled back on some of the ways power shut offs are implemented.
Temperatures return to seasonal averages as we see a dip in the jet stream through the middle of the week but triple digit heat returns by the weekend.
Today was hot and tomorrow will be as well. But slightly below average temperatures move in as we see a dip in the jet stream.
Bidwell Canyon Campground at Lake Oroville is asking campers to take simple saftey measures to prevent coronavirus spread but that campground closures could remain a lingering threat with coronavirus cases still growing.
Cal Fire crews contained a 10-acre vegetation fire that destroyed one structure and several vehicles Tuesday.
Coronavirus cases have been spiking but restaurants continue trying to cope in these uncertain times.
Fire danger, windy conditions and below average temperatures are in the forecast the next few days. We warm back into the upper-90s by mid-week.
There are two big factors that drive extreme heat in California. The first is the placement of the jet stream and the second are the winds and placement of the surface high pressure system.
On June 23, the Feather River Recreation and Parks District opened the Nelson Pool in Oroville for the first time in months since the coronavirus forced its closure.
Data is updated nightly.
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