Kevin has a Master's Degree in meteorology from Mississippi State University and a Seal of Approval from the National Weather Association.
When Kevin isn't "radar-watching" for afternoon thunderstorms, he enjoys breakin' ankles on the basketball court and reading a good fantasy book (the nerdier the better). Kevin is an avid traveler and loves to explore new cultures, with some recent highlights including Egypt, Japan, Morocco, and the Amazon Rainforest. Kevin lives in Spring Branch with his wife Emily, and his "good boy" dog Remy... who is probably currently eating a sock.
Lots of sun for Monday, some rain returns Tuesday
Monday looks great with sunny skies and warm afternoon temps. Tuesday brings a chance for scattered storms.
The tropics are quiet as we near the end of hurricane season
The tropics are quiet with development not expected over the next five days.
Here's a closer look at winter's frost flowers with ABC13 meteorologist Kevin Roth
Over the last couple of mornings, ABC13 meteorologist Kevin Roth has received some great photos of frost flowers one of our viewers.
No tropical development expected in the Gulf
The Gulf remains quiet, and we can finally say goodbye to hurricane season come Nov. 30.
2021 hurricane season: 5 things Texas Gulf Coast residents should do to prepare
After last year's close call with Hurricane Laura and predictions of an above-average storm season, Houstonians are urged to act now.
'Fish kill' washes dead wildlife ashore in Texas coastal communities
From Sabine Lake to Laguna Madre, Texas Parks and Wildlife authorities are finding more evidence of winter's wrath on wildlife.
Weather U: What is sea fog and how does it form?
It's common to see sea fog in the Houston area during the winter, but what is it and why does it form?
ABC13 Weather U: How tropical cyclones get named
Did you know cyclone names are recycled every 6 years? Meteorologist Kevin Roth explains why and the process of how it gets named.
ABC13 Weather U: The life cycle of hail and how it forms
How does hail form? ABC13 Meteorologist Kevin Roth explains that it all starts with a thunderstorm.
ABC13's Kevin Roth explains what you need to know about rip currents
A rip current can carry a person out to sea faster than you can swim back in.
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