Now it can be told.
After days of speculating down in Victoria, TX, viewers now know that KAVU chief meteorologist Bill Alexander is gone, out the door, finished, phhhfffft.
Brian Burns, station owner Morgan Murphy Media’s executive vice president and chief operating officer, confirmed on Friday that the station’s longtime and beloved chief meteorologist resigned on Feb. 3.
Burns declined to comment on why the 67-year-old meteorologist resigned, citing a company policy preventing him from commenting on personnel matters.
The reasons are none of your damned business, but bon voyage, Bill.
“I don’t know what Bill’s plans are,” Burns said. “We certainly wish him luck in anything that he does.”
Alexander had been with the station for more than a decade after retiring from the National Weather Service.