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

Cold front arrives overnight, windy and colder on Saturday

Red Flag Warning in effect for Saturday

Fog returns tomorrow, another mild day on Friday

Clearing skies with areas of fog Thursday morning

Another cold night but not as cold as this morning

Temps dropping into the 30s this evening

Temperatures rising this evening, showers and storms on Saturday

Near freezing temps tonight, clouds increase tomorrow

One more sunny day then clouds return

Another chilly night but not as cold, fog also possible

Another cold night with temperatures near freezing

Patchy dense fog overnight, temperatures continue to increase this week

Temperatures going up as we head toward Christmas

Near record highs next week once again.

Cold night and one more cool day before temperatures get warmer

Rain, storms, and cooler temperatures arrive tomorrow

One more warm and humid day before the cold front arrives

Warm temperatures continue but relief arrives this weekend

Foggy morning and near record highs the next several days

A mostly cloudy week with a few rain chances

A slight chance for a strong storm or two overnight but cooler for the weekend

Windy tomorrow with near record highs again

Near record highs tomorrow afternoon

Increasing daytime highs to near record heat later this week

Chilly evening ahead with decreasing winds

Warm afternoons with morning fog this weekend

Friday morning fog along with a slight rain chance during the day

Morning fog and more warm temps on Thursday

Expect fog again tomorrow with warmer temperatures in the afternoon

Areas of dense fog will be a problem tomorrow morning

Widespread rain returning to the Crossroads

Rain ending, cooler temps moving in

Rainy, windy, and falling temps expected on Thanksgiving

One more sunny day then clouds return the rest of the week

Rain chances increasing for Thanksgiving

Warm afternoons this upcoming weekend

Mostly cloudy and chilly tonight

Cold front arrives overnight bringing cooler and windy conditions

Chance for rain not too far away

Areas of dense fog possible tomorrow morning

Increasing winds expected in the afternoon

Beautiful weekend on tap for the Crossroads

Warm afternoon tomorrow before another front arrives

Cold front arrives tomorrow bringing a chance for showers