Steve Divine

Steve Divine

Forecaster

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

Perseid meteor shower peaks tonight

Even drier and hotter ahead

  South Plains storm and heat outlook

  No rain recently? There’s still hope

  Fewer storms, more heat today for the South Plains

  Tuesday’s South Plains’ storm outlook

  Early week rain chance

  Your weekend and Tropical Storm Hanna

Scattered South Plains storms into Friday

A little less heat, a little more rain

South Plains slim rain chance

End of triple-digit heat in sight

Just a little less heat ahead

  Storms, still hot, but not as hot

First Alert Weather Day: Dangerous heat wave continues through mid-week

First Alert Weather Day: Excessive Heat Warning

  FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY: Heat Advisory until 9 p.m.

As hot as it is, we are going to get hotter

  Week-long heat wave continues

  A drier and much hotter pattern on the way

  Holiday Weekend Storm Outlook

  Strong storms possible Thursday

  Dust, rain, and temperature trends for the South Plains

  More summer sizzle and dust

Summer heat, summer dust, summer smoke

  Increasing dust and heat, decreasing air quality

More colorful sunsets and sunrises

  Ready or not, summer heat

  Nocturnal storms and Saharan dust

  Severe weather possible Monday evening