Steve Horstmeyer

Steve Horstmeyer

Cincinnati

Steve Horstmeyer is a veteran Cincinnati Meteorologist. The Moeller High school grad began his career 30 years ago as a mathematics teacher for Cincinnati Public Schools. It wasn't long before he moved to television where he was a meteorologist and reporter. Horstmeyer is a Cincinnati native. He is a graduate of Miami University in Oxford and holds a Masters degree in Geography with an emphasis in Meteorology from the University of Nebraska. Steve presently serves as an occasional adjunct instructor in the Department of Chemistry at the College of Mount St. Joseph and has also taught at both the University of Cincinnati and Miami University. He is also widely published and is a regular contributor to Weatherwise, which is published by the non-profit Helen Dwight Reed Educational Foundation. Horstmeyer has been awarded the American Meteorological Society seal for both television and radio. You can email Steve here.


Recent Articles by Steve

Chilly overnight, clearing slowly Wednesday

Clouds increase overnight, chance of a sprinkle by dawn

SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH Until 8PM

Saturday is a First Alert Weather Day - Isolated Severe Thunderstorms Possible

A crack or two of thunder overnight - more tomorrow

Cool overnight

Drier, Clearer and Cooler as the Sun Comes Up

  A Dry Chilly Start --- But Evening Showers Ahead

FRIDAY is a First Alert Weather Day - flooding rains, severe t-storm chance

Rain ends late evening, dry morning commute, more rain Thursday

Rain thru Friday could bring flooding

Rain and thunderstorms Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

Sprinkles end overnight, some sun late tomorrow, rain Wednesday

  Severe thunderstorm threat has ended, flooding unlikely

Thursday is a First Alert Weather Day, severe storms possible evening

A few sprinkles, real rain returns late Thursday

Friday looks Yuky! The weekend looks much better!

A chilly start then a mild afternoon Thursday, a wet mix Friday

A few clouds by dawn with a few sprinkles tomorrow

A brief heavy downpour, a crack of thunder then rain tapers off and ends

Fleeting flurries fly overnight and Friday, the Sunday warm-up is on the way

Temps on the way down, light snow on the way, ends this evening

Drizzle, fog and showers then light, wet snow

A clear, cold, frosty start, then a “Most Excellent” weekend

Mostly cloudy overnight, clearing late afternoon Thursday

Chilly and dry until Sunday and Monday

Scattered showers for both commutes Tuesday

Morning wind chill temperatures near ZERO!

Rain tapers off, Arctic cold descends on the FOX19 NOW viewing area

A slick, slow morning commute likely - Friday: is a First Alert Weather Day