Scott Fisher

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Since joining the FOX 7 Weather Team, Chief Meteorologist Scott Fisher has won the region's BEST WEATHERCAST from the Texas Associated Broadcasters three times.

Scott holds a degree in Geoscience/Meteorology from Mississippi State University and is a state licensed public school teacher in both Texas and New York.

Scott also delivers daily forecasts on Clear Channel Radio stations here in Austin, including KVET, KASE 101 and 96.7 KISSFM.

Scott's favorite gig (besides being on FOX 7 NEWS) is giving the forecast from the field or the court at all UT home football and basketball games. His signature sign off, "HOOK ‘EMMMMMMMMMMMM HORNS," is game day favorite!

Scott has earned the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) Seal of Approval from the American Meteorological Society and the TV Seal of Approval from the National Weather Association.

When he's not at work you will find him traveling the country looking to visit every Major League Baseball Stadium. He's at 29 and counting. Scott's also coached middle and high school baseball as well as Little League in New York, Washington, Virginia and here in Texas. He's very proud to have a former Little Leaguer pitching for the Chicago Cubs!

Scott has been active with the Special Olympics, American Diabetes Association, Several Hospice Organizations and The Make a Wish Foundation.

Scott is currently single and lives with his dog, Philly in South Austin.

You can email Scott with story ideas or questions and comments at scott.fisher@foxtv.com

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