Rob Elvington

Rob Elvington is a meteorologist for WAAY.

Title: Meteorologist

Growing up North Carolina I was impacted by severe thunderstorms, snowstorms and the occasional land-falling hurricane. One of my earliest memories is chainsaws clearing trees brought down by Hurricane Hugo in 1989 in Charlotte, NC. I was fascinated by these experiences as a kid and this interest in weather lead me to a B.S. in meteorology from North Carolina State University.

After college I went west to KRCR in far northern California. Unlike the stereotype, California does occasionally see active and severe weather. One of my most important responsibilities in my time in California was tracking fire-weather conditions throughout fire season. I was on-air for several days straight covering both the Carr Fire and Camp Fire in 2018. Over 7 fire seasons I covered dozens of devastating wildfires but the 2018 fire season will stay with me the rest of my life.

My wife and I are thrilled to be in Huntsville and we look forward to exploring the Tennessee Valley.

Recent Posts by Rob Elvington

Sunny Tuesday, few showers possible by late tonight

Mostly sunny skies for all of North Alabama heading into this afternoon. Clouds and stray showers arrive tonight ahead of scattered showers Wednesday.

Slow but gradual clearing Monday

Drizzle and fog will slowly clear out of North Alabama by the afternoon Monday. Next chance for rain arrives late Tuesday.

Sunny but a chilly Tuesday afternoon

North Alabama saw dangerous wind chills this morning. It will be warmer Tuesday but breezy conditions will make for a chilly afternoon.

Bitter cold Monday, dangerously cold Tuesday morning

Temperatures will struggle to make it above freezing Monday afternoon. Due to gusty north winds, North Alabama's wind chills will remain in the 20s this afternoon.

Rainy Saturday before the return of winter

Showers will move into North Alabama by sunrise Saturday morning. Rain exits but winter returns Sunday.

More rain Saturday before winter returns to North Alabama

North Alabama stays dry Friday but more rain arrives Saturday. By early next week some of the coldest air yet of the season settles into Alabama.

Dry Thursday but lingering flood issues

A strong line of thunderstorms brought gusty winds and heavy rain to North Alabama late Wednesday. North Alabama dries out Thursday but lingering flooding from run-off.

Isolated strong to severe storms possible through late tonight

Showers and thunderstorms will pick up in coverage this evening. A storm or two could become strong to severe through late tonight.

Flash Flood Watch through Wednesday morning

After Tuesday morning's heavy rain, North Alabama will see drier conditions heading into this afternoon. Run-off will continue to bring flood issues the rest of this week.

More rain and thunderstorms Monday through Wednesday

Shower chances will gradually pick up for North Alabama late this afternoon. Isolated strong thunderstorms are capable of hail by tonight.

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