Brad Travis

Brad Travis

Chief Meteorologist

Brad grew up on the Great Plains of south central Kansas along the Chisholm Trail in Tornado Alley.

Brad graduated from the University of Kansas with a B.S. in Atmospheric Science in May of 1995. In 2005, Brad was awarded the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist Seal of Approval from the American Meteorological Society.

Brad joined the weather department of WAFF in November of 1996.

Brad lives in Monrovia with his wife Brenda and their two boys, Ross and Drake. Brad also has two dogs, Sami and Cassidy.

Military Service and Awards Persian Gulf 1990-1991: National Defense Medal, Southwest Asia Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal Army Achievement Medal, Liberation of Kuwait Medal, Army Service Ribbon Non-Commisioned Officer Training Ribbon, Army Reserve Overseas Training Ribbon Hobbies, Working on the Mustang,Woodworking, Fishing, Hunting and Gardening.


Recent Articles by Brad

  Comfortable temps with sunny skies

  Cool temps overnight but Sunshine on Thursday

  Rain showers and sleet likely overnight, sunshine for Wednesday

Rain showers and sleet likely through the evening

  Showers ending tonight but more rain Tuesday

Showers ending tonight but more rain Tuesday

  Heavy rain moves in this weekend

Heavy rain moves in this weekend

  Warmer 60s and sunshine for Tuesday and Wednesday

Warmer 60s and sunshine for Tuesday and Wednesday

  Another night in the 30s, but sunshine into Saturday

Another winter storm with snow & sleet accumulation for some locations

Tuesday’s conditions going into the evening

  Tracking the cold, rainy weather this weekend

  Rain moving in tonight with storms possible Thursday

Rain moving in tonight with storms possible Thursday

  Warmer 60s for now, much colder by the weekend

Warmer 60s for now, much colder by the weekend

  Warmer temps but increasing rain chances

Warmer temps but increasing rain chances

  50s, breezy winds and late rain showers Thursday

50s, breezy winds and late rain showers Thursday

  Clear & cold but less windy overnight

Clear & cold but less windy overnight

  Wind chill in the teens expected this week

Wind chill in the teens for Tuesday morning

Quiet evening ahead

  Winds calm down for a cool Friday ahead

Cool Thursday evening ahead

  Possible showers overnight with temps in the 40s