Adam Caskey's enthusiasm for the weather dates back to an early age, when he developed a natural curiosity for the inner workings of the atmosphere with a distinct interest in storms.
As Adam grew older, his interest in the weather blossomed. Adam followed his passion for the weather at the University of North Dakota, where he learned from some of the best and earned a degree in Meteorology.
His first job on TV was at Prairie Public Television in Grand Forks, North Dakota followed by KVRR-TV (FOX) in Fargo, North Dakota. Most recently, Adam spent 11 years as a meteorologist at WJLA-TV in Washington, D.C., where he covered all sorts of weather, from snowy nor'easters to summertime severe weather.
From North Dakota to the nation's capital, Adam has experienced temperatures ranging from 40 degrees below zero to scorchers over 100 degrees.
While in the Washington, Adam earned the "Certified Broadcast Meteorologist" designation by the American Meteorological Association.
A native Minnesotan, Adam loves to fish and enjoys the outdoors. He also enjoys making thermometers from scratch and can often be found refining his hobby as he takes pride in an accurate homemade thermometer.
Adam is a bit of a green thumb and is excited to learn the tricks of successful gardening in South Texas.