Andrew Brightman

Andrew Brightman

Meteorologist - KSLA

Shreveport, La.

Andrew Brightman joined KSLA News 12 as a meteorologist in August of 2019.

Andrew comes to KSLA from our sister station in Cheyenne, Wyoming, where he worked as the morning meteorologist, then the evening meteorologist.

During his time in Wyoming, Andrew got to cover essentially every type of weather imaginable. From blizzards that dropped 15" of snow to triple digit heat, tornado outbreaks, and even hail that was the size of a grapefruit, Andrew has seen it all. One notable exception is tropical weather, something he's very excited to use his meteorological skills to track.

Andrew first graduated from Emerson College with a degree in broadcast journalism in 2014. After deciding to pursue his childhood dream of becoming a meteorologist, Andrew returned to school and acquired a degree in meteorology from Penn State University in 2017.

Andrew loves sports; football season is his favorite season of the year. While he grew up in Philadelphia, for the most part, Andrew is a New England sports fan. Sadly, that does include being a fan of the New England Patriots.

Andrew loves the outdoors and looks forward to getting explore the ArkLaTex (send food recommendations). He's also a golfer and looks forward to hitting the links when the temperatures don't nearly melt his clubs.


  • Emerson College, broadcast journalism, 2014
  • Penn State University, meteorology, 2017

Recent Articles by Andrew

Soggy Friday to close out week

Next round of rain and storms arrives Friday

Heavy rain and thunderstorms Wednesday morning

Wet and cooler weather ahead for ArkLaTex

Stormy, but not necessarily severe week ahead

First Alert Weather Day: Severe weather this afternoon and evening

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More severe weather likely Friday night

First Alert Weather Day: Severe Risk this afternoon and evening

Milder weather for Easter Weekend

Great weather moves in for ArkLaTex

Morning storms followed by chilly weather

Strong midweek cold front for ArkLaTex

Scattered thunderstorms Saturday afternoon and evening

Scattered thunderstorms Thursday morning

Strong storms possible this evening and Thursday

Storms clear out early with more on the way Thursday

Two chances for rain and thunderstorms this week

Great weekend followed by more storms next week

Dust and cooler weather moves in behind front

First Alert Weather Day: Severe weather risk this morning and afternoon

Severe weather possible Wednesday

Increasing severe weather potential Tuesday night and Wednesday

Cold front brings storms and gusty winds Sunday

Stormy Sunday expected for ArkLaTex

Strong storms possible this weekend

Rain finally moves out on Tuesday

Soggy start to the week

Soggy conditions continue Friday

Heavy rain moves in this evening