Frank Billingsley

Chief Meteorologist

Frank Billingsley has been forecasting every kind of weather in Houston since 1989. From devastating hurricanes to tornado outbreaks to deep freezes to flooding of biblical proportions, Frank has been there to see Houstonians through the worst and best of weather times.

Frank was named a “Houston Treasure” in 2018 and a “Houston Legend” by Houston City Book in 2021. Frank’s career includes Best Weathercaster awards from the Associated Press, the Houston Press Club, the Houston Press Newspaper and the Dallas Press Club. In 2020, Frank became an honorary Admiral in the Texas Navy, the highest honor the governor of Texas can bestow on a citizen for community service.

Besides his meteorological expertise, Frank has also become a champion of men’s health through sharing his own experience of prostate cancer and has advocated for adoptees in his book Swabbed & Found: An Adopted Man’s Journey to Discover His Family Tree (Bright Sky Press, 2017).

Out of Frank’s many accolades, his favorite recognition comes from the Houston Chronicle which named Frank the “Ultimate Weatherman.”