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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We've got a sunny & warm forecast ahead this week but a good chance for some rain (finally!) by the end of the week.
Windy & sunny conditions continue Sunday with more sunshine next week. Next weekend there will be a chance for some showers.
Dry weather for the next 6 days but a slight chance for a return to a wet, cool pattern next week. Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday will be windy.
Dry, warm and sunny weather will dominate the majority of your forecast as well as many days with strong breezes. Only Monday sees clouds and even that will be exclusive to overnight hours.
Dry, warm and sunny weather will dominate the majority of your forecast as well as many days with strong breezes. Only Monday and Thursday see clouds with the only rain chance in the area on Thursday. However, that will only be for the mountain regions.
Its officially almond bloom season which will last into mid-March. A successful bloom is essential for a good harvest. This is entirely dependent on bees and disease. The more rainy days there are, the worse the bloom will be.
Many in Forest Ranch have been dealing with slow internet, but with Starlink, they can finally have high-speed internet. Several have already signed up for Starlink as it rolls out its beta testing.
Wet weather stays with us into Monday afternoon. Tuesday and Wednesday remain dry and sunny before more showers move in late next week.
Wet weather returns late on Valentine's Day into Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday remain dry and sunny before more showers move in late next week.
Several rounds of rain await you in the extended forecast with some days of sunshine. Overall temperatures will remain seasonable.
Data is updated nightly.
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