Meteorologist Zack Shields has been with Good Day Austin since 2000.
Zack is a native Texan, he hails from Horseshoe Bay and attended Llano High School. A graduate of Texas A&M University, Zack has a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology and began his career in Midland/Odessa, TX, as weekend Meteorologist.
In his spare time, Zack prides himself on being a great husband and father and loves entertaining his sons. He also plays golf, jogs, hikes and works on the yard and garden.
If you don't see Zack on the air during severe weather, you may find him storm chasing.
The dome of high pressure will get stronger promoting sunny, very hot, and dry conditions through the weekend.
Temps will feel like they are in the 100s from late morning to early evening.
This will be the 17th triple-digit day, and it's only the second day of Summer.
Temperatures will fall just short of record levels but there is enough moisture in place to make it feel like 102 to 106 for several hours this afternoon.
The sunny and hot weather we had over the weekend will continue into the new week. This will be the 15th triple digit day with tons of sun and light breeze.
This will be the 12th day in the 100s and counting. More hazy sunshine is on the weather menu with lingering Saharan Dust in place.
This will be the 11th triple-digit day and 22nd straight day in a row with highs warmer than average.
There is a low-pressure system swirling to the west ushering in a stream of moisture and clouds into Central Texas.
The triple-digit streak will continue at nine days. We are nearing last year's total of 12 triple digits days, and it's still officially Spring.
Huge clusters of storms over Northern Africa, kick up the dust and are carried about a mile up by the updrafts.