Bryan Ramsey

Bryan Ramsey is a reporter and weekend meteorologist for Action News Now.

Title: Reporter and weekend meteorologist

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.

Bryan can be found on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

For any weather-related questions or news story ideas, please email him at

Recent Posts by Bryan Ramsey

Storm Tracker Forecast: Cooler weather before significant heat later in the week

Low-90s in the valley the next few days but we begin to bake later in the week.

Surviving the heat at cooling centers

Many in Chico have taken to the designated cooling centers in the North State to escape the heat from the Excessive Heat Warning.

Indian Valley Grasshopper Invasion

Melanoplus devastator grasshoppers have inundated Indian Valley in Plumas Valley plaguing ranchers.

Storm Tracker Forecast: The heat is back but not for long

Warmer today and continuing to warm through Wednesday but once we reach Thursday we can expect temperatures to take a mild dip.

Storm Tracker Forecast: Storm Tracker Forecast: Triple digits for the weekend but cooler weather ahead

Triple digits possible in the Valley the next few days with 90s in the mountains but temperatures take a 10 degree dip by next Friday.

Storm Tracker Forecast: Triple-digits this weekend

Triple digits across the valley this weekend but a return to low-90s is possible next week.

Storm Tracker Forecast: Hot & smoky

Hot and smoky today but these conditions might not last forever.

Table Mountain Blvd vegetation fire

A 0.3-acre fire was contained this morning North of Oroville by CAL FIRE, near the highway 70 and 149 interchange.

Lower Bidwell Park's fire danger

Chico's Fire Chief says wildfire potential is not large in Lower Bidwell park due to good fuel types and flat topography.

Firefighters conduct controlled burns despite high temperatures

Although there are high forecasted temperatures for the week, fire officials just wrapped up a controlled burn in Tehama County on Wednesday.

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