As veteran meteorologist Steve Browne prepares to step down from his #1 position at Graham Media’s KSAT in San Antonio, his successor has been named.

Adam Caskey will be the new chief forecaster after Browne retires June 6.

Caskey joined the station in 2014, coming from WJLA in Washington, DC.

We’re assured that Caskey’s ascension means “next-level” forecasting.

“Adam and the team plan to take our weather forecasting to a new level,” KSAT news director Bernice Kearney-Bonner said. “We’re currently working on several new tools that will greatly enhance the way our meteorologists forecast and tell the weather story. Some of the new tools will be rolled out in the weeks ahead and we can’t wait for viewers to see the sophisticated technology that’s being introduced.”

Super-Duper Doppler.

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