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!


Rain chances decreasing for the weekend

Hazy skies will prevail this weekend due to Saharan dust

Another round of showers and storms overnight into Friday

Another chance for showers and storms later tonight and overnight

Some rain could produce some localized flooding

Scattered showers and storms expected this evening

Some heavy rain is possible

Unsettled weather pattern this week that includes Saharan dust

Showers and storms ending this evening, more chances this weekend

Rain chances linger through the Father’s Day Weekend

Rain chances expected through next week as well

A quiet evening but a slight chance for showers tomorrow

Decreasing clouds and humid this evening, another hot day tomorrow

Showers ending this evening, another chance for showers tomorrow

More humidity has returned, isolated showers possible tomorrow

Hot with more humidity returning this weekend

Another pleasant evening, summer like pattern continues

This evening mostly clear with less humidity

Cold front arrives tonight, less humid and not as hot tomorrow

Heat is on but a weak cold front arrives tomorrow

Heat Advisory issued for tomorrow

Patchy fog overnight, a chance for showers and storms tomorrow

Showers and storms caused by Tropical Storm Cristobal

Another chance for fog overnight, getting hotter for the weekend

Showers ending this evening, fog developing overnight

Isolated shower possible this evening, getting hotter the rest of the week

Rain and few storms continue tomorrow

UPDATE: Rain and storm chances have increased for the weekend

Another chance for storms late tonight, getting warmer for the weekend

Chance for storms tonight and tomorrow

Another round of storms tomorrow

Storms will stay mainly north of Hwy 59

Active weather pattern next week

Showers and storms chances going up, next week unsettled weather pattern

Hot now but dip in temps heading into the weekend

Near record heat the next couple of days

Get ready for a hot week ahead

Heat indices approaching 100° or higher.

Strong to severe storms possible overnight

Increasing clouds later tonight, few showers on Friday

Storm threat increasing for Saturday morning

Quiet evening but another chance for isolated showers on Thursday

Rain chances ending later this evening, another chance for showers tomorrow

Mostly cloudy this evening with slight rain chances this week

Another chance for showers tomorrow morning

Mostly cloudy tonight, showers and storms possible tomorrow

Mainly clear night, great to check out the Supermoon

Few showers and isolated storms possible this evening

Increasing clouds tonight, a few spotty showers tomorrow