Brian Alonzo

Chief Meteorologist

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Brian joined The Victoria Television Group in March of 2020 as Chief Meteorologist.

Brian is no stranger to Texas. He was born and raised in San Antonio. He has had a passion for weather ever since he was kid when he would love to watch thunderstorms from his grandparents home near Canyon Lake. After high school, he attended the University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) where he majored in Communication Arts. Since that wasn’t his true passion, he went up to Oklahoma where they really see a lot of severe weather. He attended the University of Oklahoma for a couple of years, majoring in Meteorology. While there, he worked in the operations department at KOCO-TV in Oklahoma City.

When UIW started a meteorology program he returned home to San Antonio. He was the first student to receive a Bachelors of Science in Meteorology. While going to college, Brian was hired at KSAT-TV as weather and traffic producer. He held that position for 10 years. Wanting to expand his career, Brian decided to move in front of the camera and moved to Tyler, Texas where he was hired at KETK-TV as weekend meteorologist.

Brian likes to stay active with weather organizations and was even President of the South Central Texas Chapter of the American Meteorological Society/National Weather Association.

Of course, Brian now calls the Crossroads home and he’s excited to be a part of this community. If you see him out and about, don’t be shy and say howdy!

Articles

Hot for the weekend but rain still on the way for next week

Hot weekend ahead but rain chances increasing for next week. Yay!

Hotter temperatures expected; pattern change expected next week

Slight rain chance tomorrow but odds keep look better next week

Triple digit temperatures expected later this week

Hot Father’s Day Weekend Ahead

Slight rain chance tomorrow but it will still be hot, hazy, and humid

Hotter temperatures on the way

Higher concentration of dust possible on Thursday

Slight rain chance on Wednesday but still remaining hot, humid and hazy

Triple “H” weather this week…hot, hazy, humid

Slight rain chance on Wednesday

Near record breaking heat with heat advisories posted

Approaching triple digit temperatures later this week

Mostly sunny and hot conditions continue

Hot and humid this week with near record highs

A few showers and storms possible this evening and on Saturday

One more chance for showers on Friday then heat takes over

Scattered showers remain possible on Thursday

Slightly better odds for showers on Wednesday

A few passing showers possible mainly overnight

Slight rain chances return this week

Hot temperatures this weekend; slight rain chances next week

Hot temperatures expected through the Memorial Day weekend

Hotter temperatures expected tomorrow

Showers and storms expected later tonight; some strong to severe

Isolated showers this evening; rain chances increase Sunday morning

First chance for showers arrives tomorrow evening

Hot over the next few days; confidence increasing for widespread rain next week

Hot temperatures but chances still look good for showers this weekend

Finally! A weather pattern change later this week

Warmer temperatures expected this weekend

Patchy dense fog this evening, hot temps continue

Hot temperatures continue, could get hotter this weekend

Near record breaking heat this week

Chance for shower and storms this evening with isolated severe threat

Chance for showers and storms tomorrow, isolated severe threat possible

Slight rain chance later this week; hot temps still on the way

Very warm this week with near record highs and approaching triple digits

Small rain chances this weekend but very warm and humid

More clouds overnight with patchy dense fog