Howie Gordon

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In a Chicago area high school I was voted, “Most Unforgettable.” Who would have thought I’d actually be able to live up to that billing as well as parlay that into a career I love? I had my doubts at times but here I am after stints on reality television and now as a television weather anchor.

From the late 1990’s and into the 2000’s I worked various jobs in sales and experiential marketing but had dreams for a long time of working on TV as a weather guy. I spent a few years acting and participating on numerous television shows while pursuing my degree.  When the reality TV and acting bug wore off, it was time to finish my studies. I attended Mississippi State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in meteorology.

I landed my first news job in Joplin, MO as the weekend meteorologist.  I was thrown into the fire for severe weather coverage. I also worked as a journalist to cover the devastating floodwaters in Southwest Missouri. Before I left, I even put together a fun package about Bigfoot in The Four States.

My next stop was Anchorage, AK.  Here I worked as a morning meteorologist and it was an experience that I will never forget.  After countless moose sightings, whale and bear encounter’s, as well as cold snowy winters, I thought it was time to leave the biggest state and head south to the second largest state in the country. I have kicked off 2021 as an anchor/meteorologist/MMJ here at KAVU for the warm winters in Victoria, Texas. Time to chase hurricanes and predict severe weather while presenting to and interacting with the nicest people I have met to date.

Howard Gordon AKA Future Dr. Hurricane Howie


1] Films: Bruce Lee Enter The Dragon and Star Wars
2] TV Shows: Smallville, I Dream of Jeanie, Six Million Dollar Man, Kobra Kai and Mandalorian
3] Actors: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lee Majors
4] Actresses: Jessica Alba, Megan Fox, Kristin Kreuk, Laura Vandervoot
5] Bands: U2, Rod Stewart, Hall & Oates, The Monkees
6] Hobbies: Reading, Karaoke, Humor, Working Out
7] Sports to Play: Football, softball, basketball
8] Sports Teams: Broncos, Hurricanes, Whoever Beats Notre Dame, The 49ers and The Patriots
9] Outdoor Activities: Swimming, running, beach, Everglades, mountain hiking
10] Music: Oldies and Top 40
11] Cereal: Trix, Lucky Charms, Fruity Pebbles, Froot Loops
12] Snacks: Cheetos, Pringles, Rice Crispy Treat
13] Cookies: Chocolate Chip, Macadamia Nut, Oatmeal Raisin
14] Drinks: Mr. Pibb, Chery Coke, Dr. Pepper, Root Beer


Slight chance of rain and some fog before more sun and warmer temps head into the Crossroads

Sunday Weather 4-4-21

Vehicle catches fire in mall parking lot

No injuries were reported.

Possible showers Sunday through the early part of the week before the warm up and sunshine begins

Saturday Weather 4-3-21

Clouds, fog and rain leave while warmer temps and sun kick off the work week

Sunday Weather 3-28-21

Storms bring rain and fog to the Crossroads overnight along with cooler temperatures

Saturday Weather 3-27-21

Monday’s Question of The Day

A warmup is on the way but so are some early spring showers

Sunday Weather 3-21-21

As Spring moves along the temperatures increase but so do the clouds and rain chances

Weather for Saturday 3-20-21

Sunrise Birthdays Friday 3-19-21

Happy Birthday From All of Us Here at Newscenter 25

More sunshine and average temperatures for the weekend before warm air and rain head our way

Friday Weather 3-19-21

Fri-Yay’s Question of The Day

A Big Day Today in U.S. Military History

Sunrise Birthdays Thursday 3-18-21

Happy Birthday From All of Us Here at Newscenter 25

Thursday’s Question of The Day

Alex Leo has a legendary walk on this day back in 1965

A little bit breezy but comfortable temperatures with lots of sunshine

Thursday Weather 3-18-21

Cool and breezy overnight but sunny and nice tomorrow

Wednesday Weather 3-17-21

Sunrise Birthdays Wednesday 3-17-21

Happy Birthday From All of Us Here at Newscenter 25

Wednesday’s Question of The Day

What is the safety reason for wearing green on St. Patrick's Day? 

After early fog and early showers skies will gradually clear through the day

Weather for Wednesday 3-17-21

Sunrise Birthdays Tuesday 3-16-21

Happy Birthday From All of Us Here at Newscenter 25

Tuesday’s Question of The Day

What happened back on this day in 1926 that revolutionized Space Travel?

Early fog, warm but with showers developing later this evening

Tuesday Weather 3-16-21

Sunrise Birthdays Monday 3-15-21

Happy Birthday From All of Us Here at Newscenter 25

Warmer air moves back into the Crossroads today which could spell for more rain

Monday Weather 3-15-21

Spring Forward at 2 a.m. on Sunday morning as clocks move ahead to 3 a.m.

We lose an hour on Sunday

Wetter and cooler weather overnight and tomorrow as storms move into the area

Saturday Weather 3-13-21

A warmup kicks off the work week that should last right through Friday

Sunday Weather 3-7-21

A cool down for the weekend but then the heat turns up

Friday Weather 3-5-21

Clouds move in but most of the week will be above average temperature wise

Weather for Thursday 3-4-21

The rest of the work week will start to resemble March like temperatures

Weather for Wednesday 3-3-21

Less, wind, more sun and warmer temperatures through the rest of the work week

Weather for Tuesday 3-2-21

Rain and wind could last through parts of Tuesday

Weather for Monday 3-1-21

The week starts off with rain, wind and colder temperatures

Sunday Weather 2-28-21

Warm, rainy and muggy through the weekend before the area cools down

Saturday Weather 2-27-21

Trump plots future — and revenge — from sunny Florida links

Tiger Woods had a rod inserted in his leg during an emergency surgery after a high-speed crash

Potential rain, fog and cooler temperatures before a nice mid-week warm up

Sunday Weather 2-21-21

Temperatures rebound nicely but rain chances look to increase Sunday night

Saturday Weather 2-20-21

UK’s Prince Philip taken to London hospital after feeling unwell

Biden says teachers should move up in the ‘hierarchy’ to receive Covid-19 vaccines

Millions are still without power as forecast calls for more ice and frigid temperatures in hardest-hit states