Read is a genius when it comes to weather, but watching him on TV was painful. I've lived in a few different major cities. FBI releases victim portraits drawn by serial killer Texas police find 2 kids locked in dog crate New York detective killed in friendly fire incident, commissioner says Complaint: I remember the studio anchors telling Brandi that HFD called shortly after to get in direct contact with her. I used to not care for him, however, back in I came to appreciate that he showed up through hell and high water literally and stayed on air for what seemed like forever.
He's been the MVP sincewhich is a crazy long time!
He went straight from covering the hurricane landfall to standing waist deep in the flood waters. New station for me! I've been wondering about those folks since last night when she made the call out. I don't care for the New York folks. They helped save a lot of people yesterday, with their callouts.
What could we possibly have Like all of them but she is the only actual degreed meteorologist at 2. And if there may be no better mouthpiece in Houston for that message to come from than Frank himself—a smart, successful, well-round, and well-respected gay man and pillar of the LGBTQ community. However, that knowledge led him to a more enlightened state of being—closure even. Hurricane Ike hit 9 years ago; Frank Billingsley takes a look back.