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

Clear and chilly tonight, increasing clouds and breezy tomorrow

Decreasing winds this evening, nice weekend ahead

Cold front arrives overnight, sunny and windy on Friday

A few showers possible tomorrow

Clear and chilly with areas of patchy fog overnight

A chance for showers and storms overnight

Isolated storms could be strong to severe

Freezing temps expected tonight

Big changes arrive tomorrow

Mild temperatures tomorrow, dropping temps on Friday

Cold morning with more sunshine expected tomorrow

Chilly with scattered showers on Tuesday

Windy and warm weekend ahead

Fog overnight, spotty showers on Friday

Fog developing late tonight; more clouds tomorrow

Areas of dense fog tomorrow morning, temps continue to rise

Clear and cold night; warmer temperatures this week

Areas of light precipitation through most of the weekend

Some sun expected Sunday afternoon

Light precipitation expected this evening, cold temps continue

Another chance for wintry mix near and along I-10

On and off showers continue this evening

Some Freezing Drizzle/Sleet Possible Near I-10 Corridor

Cold front arriving this evening, colder and wetter tomorrow

Warm to start the week and cold temps to end the week

Rain chances also in the forecast

Decreasing clouds with a hard freeze tonight

Chance for wintry mix through early tomorrow morning for parts of the Crossroads

Cold front arrives this evening, much colder and rainy; wintry mix late Thursday

One more mild day then the cold air arrives

Rain ending this evening, fog returning overnight

Showers returning mainly overnight through early tomorrow morning

Increasing clouds this evening, rain chances eventually going back up

A little bit more sun expected tomorrow

Areas of dense fog this evening through tomorrow morning

Mist and drizzle also possible

Light freeze expected overnight

Freeze Warning from 11PM to Saturday 10AM

Chance for a wintry mix through early Friday morning

Winter Storm Warning posted for tomorrow into early Friday morning

Wintry mix possible later this week

Roller coaster temperatures this week. Get ready for the ride!

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