KSAN Chief Meteorologist
Chief Meteorologist Aaron Ayers can be seen weeknights at 5, 6 and 10 on KSAN News, San Angelo’s News Channel. This Alabama native, turned Texan attended the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama, where he graduated with a B.S. in Meteorology.
He began his career in San Angelo, Texas as the KSAN Weekend Meteorologist. In the short year that Aaron worked with the KSAN Storm Team as Weekend Meteorologist, he helped cover tornadoes, snow storms, severe storms, and large hail. He has also co-hosted, and helped curate and create original content for KSAN’s digital weather show called CV Weather Front.
Aaron strongly believes that his job requires a heart for the community, and a desire to inform and protect those who live in it. He believes that being actively involved in the community is the best way to get to know it, and he strives to live that out.
Aaron has always been passionate about the weather, even as a child. He grew up watching The Weather Channel, and his local meteorologists at WHNT in Huntsville. After the deadly tornado outbreak of April 27th, 2011, he became passionate about alerting family and friends about storms on social media. While attending college, Aaron was voted president of the Meteorology Club twice, participated in educational outreach, and was awarded The Central Alabama National Weather Association Chapter Scholarship.
If you are out and about, you are likely to find Aaron walking the KOA trails, eating at local restaurants, exploring the community, or getting lunch or dinner at his favorite Chick-fil-A.