Garry joined the station in April of 2019 as the weekend meteorologist. As a Kansas City native, he’s excited to be back home. He’s a graduate of the University of Missouri and before he made the full circle back home, he had a couple of stops in Arizona and Michigan. He’s very much looking forward to getting back to the exciting weather of the Central Plains. That’s where his fascination of weather began at a young age. He’s looking forward to working with the other members of the FOX4 weather team that he’s either grown up watching, or gone to school with!

When you don’t see him on air, Garry is likely at the golf course or traveling. He also loves the Royals and came back for the 2014 and 2015 World Series games.

He’s very excited to be back home with friends and family and he’s looking forward to seeing you around town at many of the fun events and everything else going on around town!

Recent Articles
  • FOX4 Forecast: Dense Fog Advisory until 10am

    A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect until 10am this morning for our entire viewing area. The fog will lift mid morning as a front approaches. Temperatures will warm into the 70s early afternoon before the front sweeps south. There should be some isolated showers this afternoon but better chances show up in the updated Long Ranger here!   We’ve all taken shots at a local TV meteorologist at one point or another, and we’ve certainly seen your comments on […]

  • Early week rain, cooler temps

        First off, I hope you had a happy Easter (if you celebrate.)  It ended being a really nice day for anything outdoors.  It was a bit windy, obviously.  That will was part of the fuel that got us into the mid 80s! Even though Easter was on April 1 last year, it’s worth noting that it snowed an inch last year!   I don’t see any of that on the horizon, but I’m looking at a little rain to […]

  • Significant changes by midweek

    While this weekend is much warmer than the last, and we’re discussing some rain in the forecast for Saturday night into Sunday, I won’t focus on that much.  A stronger storm that’s developing to our west has got our attention already.  This system will race into the Rockies and strengthen as it works its way into the Plains states.  The result?  A massive shift in our weather pattern. One of the things you’ll notice to begin the week is how […]

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