Collin Myers joined the KTRK ABC13 family as a Meteorologist in September 2017. Before moving to Houston, Collin previously worked in Austin for the CBS Affiliate, and fell in love with Texas. A graduate of the University of Oklahoma and a Kansas native, Collin has experienced severe weather since his childhood.

First Inspired and intrigued by weather through several tornadoes and blizzards in his hometown of Kansas City, Collin decided to venture south into Oklahoma to further his studies. While in Oklahoma, apart from great football and wild weather, no event left an impression on him like the Moore EF5 Tornado disaster of 2013. Collin began to shift his studies and career path to continue to learn and explore severe weather. A career in Broadcast television found Collin, as he received his first job prior to graduating and moved back to northeast Kansas.

Since moving to Texas in 2015, Collin has chased Tornadoes in west Texas, covered severe weather and flooding in central Texas, and experienced winter weather in north Texas and the panhandles. Collin is excited to work in Houston, a challenging weather city, and contribute to the esteemed, Eyewitness News Accuweather team.

In his free time, Collin enjoys sports and watching games at sporting venues of all types, along with golfing, staying active at the gym, in church, and spending time with his new Lab-mix puppy, Duke.

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