Share your fondest memories of KPRC 2 meteorologist Frank Billingsley

Frank joined KPRC 2 as Chief Meteorologist in February 1995.

Frank will be with KPRC 2 through the month of June before moving onto this new journey. (Copyright 2024 by KPRC Click2Houston - All rights reserved.)

Longtime KPRC 2′s Chief Meteorologist Frank Billingsley is retiring after more than 40 years in the TV industry, nearly 30 of those with us!

Frank will be with KPRC 2 through June before moving on to this new journey. Frank joined KPRC 2 as Chief Meteorologist in February 1995.

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Franks says even though he won’t be on television, he is looking forward to spending more time with the community during his retirement.

“When you are tied to a live TV show Monday through Friday, then galas and parties and dinners and fundraisers and all of those things that happen at night Monday through Friday, you don’t get to really participate, you can make a quick appearance, but you don’t really get to be a part of that in the community, so I’m looking forward to being a part of that in the community,” he said.

Help us congratulate Frank on his retirement! Fill out the form below to share your goodbye messages and your fondest memories of him.

We plan to feature your responses online and on-air as we celebrate Frank in the weeks ahead.

Here are just a few of the heartwarming messages that have already come in:

  • “Frank you are my favorite weather person, we’ll miss you dearly, but wish u the best, God bless u, your shoes will be hard to replace. love u!” - Maria Barnes
  • “Just wanted to write in to say I’m sorry to hear that Frank is retiring! I think it’s too soon. He’s been so good for so long. He’s predicted hurricane paths correctly when nobody else was able to get it completely right. Just a great weatherman with a dynamic personality. He will be missed by so many!” - Mark McCrory
  • “I will miss Frank’s wit, funny stories and just his constant concern for the city, state and it people. Good luck and enjoy your retirement.” - Sherry

About the Authors

Holly joined the KPRC 2 digital team in March 2024, leveraging her eight years of expertise in blogging and digital content to share her passion for Houston. Outside of work, she enjoys exploring the city's vibrant scenes, all while balancing her roles as a wife and mother to two toddlers.

Christian Terry covered digital news in Tyler and Wichita Falls before returning to the Houston area where he grew up. He is passionate about weather and the outdoors and often spends his days off on the water fishing.

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