Kevin Musso
Chief Meteorologist Kevin Musso joined Action News in August of 2008.

Kevin is a full member of the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association. He has been awarded the seal of approval from both the AMS and NWA; the only Broadcast Meteorologist in the San Joaquin Valley to attain dual seals.

He has a degree in electronics technology; is an alumnus of Fresno State; completed his meteorological studies at Mississippi State University; and Penn State University.

Kevin is a 1979 graduate of Clovis High School, and a life-long resident of the Central Valley. He is a veteran broadcaster of more than three decades. He was first heard on valley radio stations as "Moose in the Morning", a nickname given to him while playing high school football.

Kevin has more than two decades of experience forecasting for the Central Valley and Sierra.

"Besides weather music is my passion. I have been singing, playing guitar and writing songs since my teenage years. Fly fishing on the Kings River is my favorite past time."

Kevin visits local classrooms throughout the Central Valley and teaches weather to young kids. Some teachers have built his visits into regular curriculum.

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Accuweather Forecast: Rain And Snow
Rain will move in for the Valley and snow for the higher elevations tonight into tomorrow.
Models now predict storm could bring heavy rains to burn-scarred foothill areas over next 24 hours
Models now predict storm could bring 7.48 inches of rain to Mariposa through tomorrow, causing concerns about burn-scarred mountainsides
Tioga Pass east of Yosemite National Park has re-opened
Caltrans District 9 says Tioga Pass was closed from 4 miles west of Jct 395 to the Yosemite National Park entrance gate, due to Snow on Wednesday.
Calm before the storm wasn't so calm
The calm before the storm wasn't so calm this time, wind wreaked havoc in parts of the Valley.
Bracing for much-needed rain and potential damage
A powerful storm finally arrived bringing plenty of much needed rain and snow to an extremely dry California.