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.
No new development expected in the next 5 days
The tropics remain quiet in the short term.
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