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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Wet weather moves our way tomorrow morning but Wednesday-Friday look dry. Plan for more wet weather this weekend.
This weekend temperatures soar to near 60 by Sunday but the next wet system moves in late on MLK Day and on Tuesday.
Heavy rain & possible through the morning with scattered showers through the afternoon. Nicer weather is in store for your weekend.
A major winter storm will bring heavy rain and snow to northern California Wednesday night through early Friday. A Winter Storm Warning will go into effect on Wednesday afternoon.
A major winter storm will affect us on Wednesday night and through the day on Thursday. More light rain on Saturday before we dry out on Sunday.
Daily rain chances every day this week with significant rain & snow on Wednesday & Thursday.
Chilly & dry for the start of your Friday with the chance for patchy frost in the valley. Mainly mountain showers return tomorrow night and continue through your weekend. Next week it gets cold with more widespread rain chances.
Wet morning but sunny afternoon. Daily rain chances continue into next week.
Rain chances tonight, through the weekend and into next week with temperatures dipping into the 40s next week.
A wet pattern sticks with us all week with cooler temperatures into the weekend.