Chelsea Humphrey

POSTED: 1:52 PM Jun 06 2012   UPDATED: 4:16 PM May 15 2014

Chelsea Humphrey is the weekend meteorologist at KTXS News. During the week, you can find her reporting on environmental stories from around the area.

She comes to the Big Country from the small town of Marion, Texas. From a very young age, Chelsea knew she would one day be a meteorologist. Her passion for weather was fueled by a fear of thunderstorms along with the daily viewing of newscasts with her grandmother.

She studied at Texas A&M University in College Station, where she received her bachelor’s degree in meteorology with a minor in geography. After an internship at KBTX-TV in Bryan-College Station, she realized her love of broadcast meteorology. It was here she found the perfect outlet for her enthusiasm for weather and her knack for entertaining people.

When she’s not watching the skies, you can find her rooting for her beloved Aggies, spending time with her family and friends, reading, working out, and generally enjoying life. She’s happy to be at KTXS so she can help keep you informed when severe weather threatens you and the things you love.

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Drought claims latest victim: Lake Abilene

Water levels in Lake Abilene have been declining for awhile now. Finally, it's down to little more than a puddle.

Chelsea Humphrey: Tracking a good shot for rain this week

A series of cold fronts and upper air disturbances will keep the rain chances in the forecast through Saturday.

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2014's first full Supermoon dazzles Big Country residents Saturday night

Clear skies, breezy winds, and mild temperatures will make for perfect viewing of 2014's first full Supermoon.

Chelsea Humphrey: Tracking several days of rain chances ahead

A series of cold fronts will keep rain chances in the forecast starting Monday night.

Xeriscaping: How choosing the right plants can save you money and water

Xeriscaping helps you save water and money by utilizing native, drought tolerant vegetation for your yard.

Chelsea Humphrey: Hot, dry pattern settles in this week

As high pressure builds into West Texas, rain chances stay out and the mercury continues to reach into the 90s.

Chelsea Humphrey: A hot, dry pattern sets up for the week ahead

With the exception of slight afternoon rain chances Saturday and Sunday, the forecast ahead looks dry and toasty.

Chelsea Humphrey: Shower chances return midweek

A stalled out cold front will bring rain back to the forecast Wednesday but things look dry for July 4th.

Chelsea Humphrey: Tracking holiday week heat, rain chances

High pressure will keep things hot for the next few days but rain chances are on the way.

Chelsea Humphrey: Tracking weekend heat, breezy winds

High pressure settles in for the next few days, keeping things toasty and breezy.

Chelsea Humphrey: Tracking a soggy start to the workweek

Early morning showers will quiet down by lunchtime, but more chances for rain are on the way.

Rainfall totals: Morning storms bring beneficial rain to Big Country

Some saw more rain than others as strong thunderstorms swept through the Big County on Monday morning.

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