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

Rounds of rain expected this week, some heavy at times

Humidity returns, rain chances increasing by mid week.

Scott's Forecast 9-26-21

Humidity increasing along with more clouds late weekend

Another cool evening expected

Overnight lows headed for the 50s

Coolest morning since April 19th

Cooler temps on the way

Cold front arrives tomorrow bringing cooler temps and rain chances

Highs warming up over the next few days

Clouds keeping things cooler, warmer temps still expected

Temperatures warming up, rain chances returning for the weekend

Nicholas expected to bring tropical storm conditions parts of the Crossroads

Transition weekend ahead: more moisture and rain chances

Heat continues and cool down next week

Sunny and hot this week, rain and cooler temps next week

Heat and more heat the next few days

Temperatures approaching the triple digit mark

Rain chances decreasing this weekend, getting hotter

Another round of showers and storms then rain chances decrease

Scattered showers and storms continue then comes more heat

A few showers and storms possible on Wednesday

Temperatures headed for the upper 90s tomorrow

Showers and storms will continue into the weekend

Showers and storm coverage increasing on Friday

Rain and storm chances increasing plus tracking the tropics

Rain, dust, and tropical moisture returning to South Texas

Hot and dry now but rain chances returning later this week

Hot and humid this weekend

Temperatures increasing through the weekend

Rain chances decreasing and temperatures heating up

Scattered showers and storms expected tomorrow

Weak area of low pressure increases rain chances mid week.

Hot, humid, with a chance for showers this weekend

Another chance for showers and storms through the weekend

A few showers possible tomorrow

Hot temperatures continue this week

Rain chances decreasing while temperatures will be increasing

Another round of rain and storms tomorrow

Slight rain chance tonight but chances go back up tomorrow

Another chance for showers and storms tonight

First week of August starting off with rain chances