John Honoré is a meteorologist and reporter for KSAT 12 News and KSAT.com.
John's career has taken him all over the country and has covered everything from blizzards in West Virginia to severe weather in north Texas - even an earthquake in Oregon!
On March 28, 2000, two tornadoes ripped through Tarrant County -- one went right through downtown Fort Worth. John was there to guide viewers through the storms.
During his time at KTVT in Ft. Worth, John filled in for Craig Allen on "CBS This Morning" and portions of his weathercasts appeared on "The CBS Evening News with Dan Rather."
John was born and raised in New England. While in high school, he was a volunteer firefighter. During his summer breaks from college he worked as a correctional officer in a county jail. John also interned with the National Weather Service. While there, he conducted research on severe weather -- the results of which are used by National Weather Service personnel today. He holds a Bachelor's of Science in meteorology from Florida State University and he has the American Meteorological Society's Television Seal of Approval.
In his spare time, John loves to head for the mountains to ski. He also enjoys golf, is an avid ice hockey player and is the proud father of two children.
You can e-mail John at firstname.lastname@example.org.
John Honoré can be seen on KSAT 12 (Time Warner Cable Channel 13) on Saturday at 5 p.m. and at 10 p.m. and on Sunday at 5:30 p.m. and at 10 p.m.
KSAT 12, owned and operated by Post/Newsweek, is the San Antonio affiliate for ABC-TV. The station airs live news, weather and sports broadcasts at 5 a.m., noon and 5, 6 and 10 p.m. KSAT 12 also owns and operates LATV, which can be viewed on KSAT Digital 12.2, or Time Warner Cable Channel 81, GVTC Cable Channel 165 and Grande Communications Channel 189.
Its call letters, KSAT, stand for San Antonio, Texas and symbolize the station's commitment to the people of San Antonio as the local resource for fair, accurate reporting and a means by which residents have a voice with which to be heard.