Aaron Castleberry

Aaron Castleberry

Digital Meteorologist

Jonesboro, Arkansas

Aaron is originally from the small delta town of Des Arc, AR. He graduated from Des Arc High School in 2010. After graduation he moved to Mississippi to pursue a degree in Broadcast Meteorology at Mississippi State University. At MSU, he was able to learn from top-notch meteorologists and chase storms in Dixie Alley. He graduated from MSU with a B.S. in Geoscience with a concentration in Broadcast Meteorology in December 2014.

Whenever Aaron is not looking for news stories or looking at weather models, he loves to spend time outdoors. During the summer, you may find him on at a lake or along a riverbank trying hoping to land a big catch.

You can follow Aaron of twitter @wxaaronjc or on Facebook. Just search Meteorologist Aaron Castleberry and like his page. He can also be reached by email at acastleberry@kait8.com


Recent Articles by Aaron

  Community members help clean up Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive

  Airport manager discusses progress since 2020 tornado

  Last Ark. license plate of current configuration to be handed out this year

  Officials excited as Mississippi Co. high school set to become charter school

  Veteran to get diploma from high school after 56 years

  Open enrollment deadline with Ark. Health Insurance Marketplace approaching

  AGFC continues to test deer for Chronic Wasting Disease

  Ribbon cutting held for school playground designed by students

  ASU-Newport offering first Winterim session for students

  Dirt moving on Southwest Drive development

  Improvements being made at Blytheville park

  County begins ballot analysis ahead of election

  ABC overturns director’s denial of Old Country Store’s liquor permit

  AUDIT: City employee says they used city credit card for personal use

  Election commission hears final preps for general election

  Roseanne Cash speaks to students about father, Dyess, and music

  County judge reflects six months after tornado

  Family looking for answers in deadly hit-and-run

  Hundreds helped during food distribution

  Kennett Police Department reviving Shop with a Cop program

  Mississippi County Fair cancelled due to COVID-19, officials say

  Band director walking across Mid-America stops at A-State

  COVID-19 cases going up on college campuses

  High school students to return to class after learning virtually Monday

  Rental assistance coming to people hurt financially by COVID-19

  Gosnell schools hit with ransomware attack

  Justices approve ordinances to pay debt acquired after money embezzled

  First day of school goes smoothly for Valley View parent

  Fall sports now set in Osceola

  Election coordinator prepared for increase of absentee voters