‘Change in the Weather” tour coming to courthouse in Marlin
KWTX announced last week upcoming community events throughout Central Texas to officially honor the 30-year career of retiring Chief Forecaster Rusty Garrett and to welcome long-time morning Meteorologist Brady Taylor to evenings as your Breaking News and Weather Authority’s Chief, and one of those stops will be in Marlin. Last month Garrett announced he would step down, after a threedecade career protecting the lives of Central Texans and educating thousands on severe weather safety through the Project Tornado Program. “I’m incredibly grateful and humbled to have been part of so many families’ daily lives and I’m 110 percent confident in my friend Brady Taylor to continue our legacy as the most trusted station for weather in the decades to come,” said retiring Chief Forecaster Rusty Garrett.
“To celebrate summer and new seasons in life for Rusty and Brady, we are inviting the community to six ‘Change in the Weather’ events throughout Central Texas where our viewers will have an opportunity to meet both Rusty and Brady, cooloff with free Blue Bell Ice Cream, win great prizes and enjoy some unexpected surprises,” said KWTX Vice President and General Manager Josh Young.
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