Steve Divine

Steve Divine


Daybreak Today and Noon News Co-Host and Weather Anchor Steve has more than 24 years of experience forecasting the weather of West Texas and eastern New Mexico. For his work off-air and on-air in public education in the area of severe weather he has been named the National Weather Association's "Broadcaster of the Year."  Only about three dozen broadcasters have ever been so recognized.  Steve has also received recognition from the Associated Press, including "Best Weathercast." Twice certified by the National Weather Service as a Weather Observer, Steve has put his skills to work observing and reporting weather on the Plains.  Steve and his wife Maria live in Lubbock.  They have two sons in college, including one at Tech.  Extended family members also live in Lubbock and eastern New Mexico.  The family is enjoying Lubbock and is happy to call the Hub City home.  They appreciate the opportunities the area provides. (Click here) to e-mail Steve.

Recent Articles by Steve

  South Plains Weekend Weather

What’s a weather PPP?

After the rain: Warmer with a chilly wind

  Rain moving toward South Plains

  Dry today, showers tomorrow

  Improving South Plains weather this afternoon

  AM ice and fog, PM some sun

  Icy roads and sidewalks possible

  Spring today, but winter on the way

More springy than wintry

  Wintry showers in our forecast

  No Burn Day: Elevated wildfire danger

  Late-week shower chance: Slim

An early Spring-like pattern

  Climatological milestone and our weekend forecast

  Sprinkles? Rain? Snow? Details here

  2019’s rain totals, 2020’s first rain chance

Mild weather this New Year’s Eve

  Out like a ____, In like a _____

  Breaking our December dry spell

  Santa likes this forecast

  Winter begins tomorrow

Our Christmas shower chance

  Weather today and Christmas

  Colder morning, milder afternoon

  You’re a cold one, Mr. Grinch

  One of the year’s best meteor showers peaks tonight

Roller-coaster temperatures ahead

Warmer, but for how long...

Today’s chill, late-week warming