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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Christmas tree permits stopped being offered in Butte Meadows in 2018 by Lassen National Forest, but now they have returned and are being sold by The Mercantile.
A few mountain showers on Sunday but we'll be dry the rest of the forecast other than a few mountain showers on Wednesday. Breezy & sunny for Thanksgiving.
An EF-1 tornado impacted Butte Valley on Wednesday with damage reported on several properties.
Quiet weather will be the big picture for the entire forecast. Most days see plenty of sunshine with highs in the 60s to upper-50s. Tomorrow is the exception to sunshine with partly cloudy skies along a weak cold front.
All planets in our solar system will be visible around sunrise or sunset this week. A rare occurrence and a natural coincidence of the planetary orbits.
Wet, cold & windy weather will be the picture for Tuesday & Wednesday. We'll be dry by Friday and even sunny and warm for Saturday, but another round of rain is expected next week.
Widespread showers and high elevation snow are in store for Tuesday. This will stay for Wednesday but become more scattered. Strong winds and cold weather will be in place with this system.
Saturday will remain dry, a few see showers Sunday, Monday will be nice for most and dry for all, then another winter system moves in Tuesday-Thursday.
Rain & snow in the forecast for Friday with much cooler temperatures and strong winds. A weak system has minor impacts on Sunday with another system by Wednesday.
Cool weather continues all week with a winter storm bring mountain snow and light valley rain Friday-Saturday and strong winds Friday.
Data is updated nightly.
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