Ron grew up in the city of Savannah and attended public schools here. He graduated from Groves High School in 1967. He enrolled at Savannah State College in the Summer of 1967 in pursuit of a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronics Technology.
After three years of study he left school to begin a broadcast career at Savannah's WSOK radio. Two years later, he accepted a job at WSGA radio in Savannah. In 1986 he came to work at WTOC.
For the past fifteen years Ron has been the weekend weather anchor.
As a hobby, Ron loves to work on computers. He is also an active member of St. Philip A.M.E. Church in Savannah.
Conditions will improve across our area Sunday as Florence moves farther inland. Weak troughing is forecasted inland during the middle of next week followed by a cold front approaching the region towards the second half of next week. Sunday will be mostly cloudy in the morning, then partly sunny with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. Highs will be around 90 with southwest winds around 10 mph and gusts up to 20 mph. The chance of rain will be 20 percent. S...
Low pressure will remain strong through the weekend. A weak front could drift into the area during the middle of the week. High pressure will then prevail during the second half of the week before weak low pressure returns next weekend.
A stationary front over southern Georgia will gradually dissipate Sunday night. A cold front will come in Tuesday night, then become stationary across the Coastal Empire and Low Country on Wednesday and Thursday before finally heading north as a warm front on Friday.
A weak cold front will move slowly through the area Saturday, dissipating south of the area by early next week. The region will then remain generally between Atlantic high pressure and a weak trough of low pressure well inland through much of next week.
A warm and humid air mass will linger across the region through the rest of this weekend. A cold front is in the forecast to sweep across southeast South Carolina and Georgia late Sunday night into Monday morning.
Atlantic high pressure will hold on Sunday to ensure that we will have a beautiful Mother's Day. A slow-moving upper level disturbance is expected to bring unsettled weather to the region late Monday into next weekend.
High pressure will weaken Saturday as a weak cold front approaches on Sunday. The front will stall over the Atlantic into the middle of next week as a series of upper-level disturbances move across the area. High pressure may return briefly late in the week.
A dry cold front will push offshore Sunday morning. Canadian high pressure will then build across the region and will linger through late week. A broad area of low pressure could impact the area next weekend.
High pressure will begin to lose its influence Sunday as a low-pressure system approaches from the west. The low will bring much-needed rain to the area Sunday night into Monday before slowly lifting up the coast through the middle of the week.
A strong cold front will move through Sunday afternoon and evening bringing showers and strong thunderstorms. High pressure will return Tuesday and Wednesday followed by a weaker and mainly dry cold front Thursday night.
High pressure will prevail on Saturday. A strong cold front will move through Sunday afternoon and evening with showers and thunderstorms. High pressure will return Tuesday and Wednesday. A weaker and mainly dry cold front will move through Thursday night followed by high pressure once again through the end of the week.
High pressure will build in through Sunday night before a frontal system impacts the area Monday into Tuesday. Dry, high pressure will then prevail into Saturday. A cold front could approach on Sunday.
A backdoor cold front will push southward Sunday, followed by cool, high pressure into mid-week. Warmer conditions arrive towards the end of the week before another cold front pushes through Friday. Dry, high pressure will then return over the weekend.
A backdoor cold front will push southwest across the area late Sunday night into early Monday morning. Atlantic high pressure will dominate the region during the mid and late work week. Another cold front should arrive by Friday evening.
A cold front will drop in from the north Sunday and then stall near the Altamaha Sunday night. The front will then lift back to the north as a warm front on Monday as an area of low pressure moves through the Tennessee Valley.