Nick Kelly

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Nick Kelly | Weekend Meteorologist

Nick grew up in the St. Louis, Missouri area and started at KOAM in October 2011. A graduate of the University of Missouri, Nick was an on-air meteorologist for KOMU-TV in Columbia, Missouri, and interned for KPLR-TV in St. Louis. Nick is a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist by the American Meteorological Society (AMS).


Drought monitor is good for the week

While the drought persists off to our west

T-storms to our southeast Friday

While our snow chances move out of here

T-storms staying away Thursday evening

While rain and snow chances pick up here

Additional rain chances this evening

Amounts stay very minor

T-storms for parts of the Southeast Friday

While we start to dry out to begin the weekend

T-storms for Gulf Coast Thursday

Severe weather very unlikely

T-storm chances stay south of us tonight

Severe weather not anticipated

Rain chances sticking around

With additional minor accumulations expected

T-storm chances stay south Thursday

While we continue with rain chances here

T-storm chances stay south Wednesday

While we deal with rain and wintry weather

Some t-storms for parts of Pacific Northwest

While t-storms avoid the rest of the Lower 48 today

Some additional rain chances on the way

Along with more wintry weather chances

Late Sunday January 19th - Staying Cold for Monday

While we keep our eyes on a few waves on the way

Late Saturday January 18th - Staying Cold for Sunday

While we watch a few waves for the week ahead

Early Saturday January 18th - Drying Out Today

While we watch for our next storm system on the horizon

Early Friday January 17th - Wintry Mess to Start our Friday

Before we improve for the rest of the weekend

Late Wednesday January 15th - Our next storm system is on the move

Watching rain, freezing rain and sleet chances ready to move in

Late Tuesday January 14th - Staying chilly for Wednesday

While we wait for rain chances and wintry weather to return

Late Monday January 13th - Rain chances on the way

After we get past another foggy start for Tuesday

Late Sunday January 12th - Trending a bit warmer to start the work/school week

While keeping an eye on several waves on the way

Early Sunday AM January 12th - Warming Back Up

After dealing with 2 seasons in 2 days

Late Sunday January 5th - Staying chilly for a few days

Before it gets active later this week

Late Saturday January 4th - Quiet start to the week ahead

Before our next chance for rain and snow works in

T-storms across FL Saturday

While our skies turn brigher

T-storms in the southeast today

While we stay cool with our AM clouds

Flooding rain in the Deep South

Additional rain possible today

Area is still okay with rainfall

From the final Drought Monitor of 2019

Monday Evening December 30th - Staying quiet for the next few days

Before we see our next storm system change things up by the weekend

Late Sunday December 29th - A quiet end to the decade

With our next storm system on the horizon

Late Saturday December 28th - Cooling down for Sunday

With our next chance for rain by the New Year