Meteorolgist Bob RoseBRose

Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas

Bachelor of Science in Meteorology 1979.

Jan 1995 to Present Chief Meteorologist, Lower Colorado River Authority, Austin, Texas

  • Responsible for the daily forecast of weather conditions and temperatures affecting the Lower Colorado River Authority’s power generation, electrical transmission, flood control and water supply operations.

  • Produce a daily weather blog about Central Texas weather: http://www.lcra.org/water/conditions/weather/weather_column.html

  • Write daily operational weather briefs to keep all departments of LCRA apprised of expected weather conditions.

  • Provide advance notice significant weather event e mails to emergency management officials, county judges along with city and state agencies.

  • Present a bi-weekly video weather blog about Central Texas weather. Give numerous talks to various civic groups and organizations about the weather.

  • Provide regional weather information to a number of newspapers and media outlets across Central Texas.

Feb 1988 to Jan 1995 Meteorologist, KVUE-TV (ABC), Austin, Texas

  • Responsible for the morning and midday newscasts for 4 years, weekend newscasts for 3 years.

  • Prepared a weekly astronomical report called Skywatch, and did occasional science and environmental reporting.

Sep 1978 to Jan 1988 Weekend Meteorologist, KBTX-TV, Bryan, Texas (ABC/CBS). Responsible for the forecasting, preparation and presentation of the 10 PM weekend weathercasts.

Member, American Meteorological Society. TV Seal #501, AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist.

Member, Austin-San Antonio chapter, American Meteorological Society

 

Currently serving on the Board for Private Sector Meteorology with the American Meteorological Society

 

A regular contributor to the National Drought Monitor.

 

Member of the Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program (SCIPP)

 

Travis and Williamson County Coordinator for CoCoRaHS