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Local Forecast



The north wind has been busy blowing in a Canadian air mass that will bring the coolest temperatures so far this fall to the Brazos Valley.  Lows Saturday and Sunday mornings will drop into the lower 40s, about 15 degrees below average.  High pressure will settle over the area Saturday night, then move to the east beginning Sunday.  That will cause winds to become southerly again, and moisture will work in from the Gulf of Mexico early next week.  Rain chances will increase Tuesday and Wednesday as an upper trough approaches from the west and a cold front moves slowly across the state.  Computer models are indicating that we could pick up some significant rainfall amounts in the two to three inch range before the system moves out.  So enjoy the dry weather this weekend, and then we can look forward to some rainy days during the middle of the coming week.

Friday Night:  Clear and cold. Low: 42°  Wind: N 5-10 mph.

Saturday:  Clear and cool. High: 65°  Wind: NE 5-10 mph.

Saturday Night:  Clear and cold. Low: 41°  Wind: ESE 5 mph.

Sunday:  Partly cloudy. High: 72°  Wind: SE 5-15 mph.

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Chief Meteorologist Bob French


    Bob French is Chief Meteorologist and weeknight weather anchor at KAGS.  With over 34 years of experience forecasting and presenting   the weather on television, Bob is a member of the American Meteorological Society and holds the AMS Broadcast Seal of Approval for   Television.  Many meteorology students who have interned with Bob have gone on to fulfill careers in broadcast meteorology, some  of whom are in major markets like Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth and Atlanta today.

Bob grew up on the Gulf Coast in Beaumont, Texas, where he became fascinated with weather, especially hurricanes, having experienced Hurricane Audrey in 1957, Carla in 1961, and Cindy in 1963. His desire to study weather led him to Texas A&M University, which certainly pleased his Aggie family. Before completing his degree, however, Bob left Texas A&M to pursue a career as a singer/songwriter.

As fate would have it, Bob moved back to Beaumont and began working in radio broadcasting, while still entertaining with his music. By 1980, Bob was providing weathercasts on the radio and was offered the opportunity to begin working in TV. Bob went back to school, earning his degree in Mass Communications from Lamar University in Beaumont.

In 1981, he went to work for KFDM-TV in Beaumont where he stayed until moving to Bryan/College Station in 1990. During his time at KFDM, Bob was able to fulfill a life-long dream of flying into the eye of a hurricane aboard an Air Force reconnaissance plane in 1985.

In 1990, Bob became Chief Meteorologist at KBTX-TV in Bryan, where he worked until 2013.  Bob is also very active in the community. He has visited almost every school in the Brazos Valley, and his t-shirt collection is second to none. Whether it is visiting schools or civic organizations, talking about weather or entertaining with his music, he’s always smiling unless the weather demands a more serious demeanor.

Bob has also served on advisory boards of numerous local emergency planning and charitable organizations such as the American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, and Health for All Clinic, SOS Ministries, and The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History.

Bob and his lovely wife Beth have two grown children and three grandchildren. Bob still enjoys entertaining and even takes his guitar to visit schools occasionally. While growing up, he also studied piano for nine years and still enjoys playing the piano, guitar, and songwriting.