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 BOB-FM Radio.
When he's not at work you will find him traveling the country looking to visit every Major League Baseball stadium. He's at 30 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 who is a Major League pitcher!
Damaging winds, lightning, small to moderate hail, and isolated tornadoes are possible with some storms.
While most of these storms will stay below severe limits, the Storm Prediction Center has placed all of Central Texas in the Marginal Risk Zone to see an isolated severe storm or 2.
The Storm Prediction Center has included the Austin Metro and most of the Hill Country under a SLIGHT RISK of severe storms.
Despite snow melting in the sunshine, with temperatures still below freezing into the weekend this winter storm is far from finished.
According to the latest NOAA data, a disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico has been given an 80% chance to become a tropical depression, storm or hurricane within the next 48 hours.