Andy forecasts the weather for all of WSAZ's weekend news programs.
Andy joined the WSAZ NewsChannel 3 First Warning Weather Team in November 2017.
He earned his Bachelor of Science in Meteorology with a minor in Mathematics from the University of Oklahoma.
A native of Dallas, Texas, Andy is thrilled to come to West Virginia for the first time to seek new adventures and forecast the dynamic Tri-State weather.
Andy is a big college football fan and will especially follow the Oklahoma Sooners every weekend in the fall.
When not at work, he looks forward to exploring all the outdoor activities the Tri-State area has to offer, especially hiking.
Prior to his position at WSAZ, Andy was the Meteorologist at KREX in Grand Junction, CO for two years where he put his skills to the test in forecasting the ever-changing Rocky Mountain weather.
Before that, he had internships at Time Warner Cable News in Austin, TX and KOCO in Oklahoma City and briefly served as the temporary Meteorologist at KVII in Amarillo, TX.
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