Adam Bowles is WGNO-News with a Twist’s newest meteorologist and multi-media journalist.

He comes to New Orleans from Bakersfield, California, where he was a meteorologist and outdoor adventure host at ABC 23.

When he’s not in front of the green screen, you can find him hiking, scuba diving, zip lining, working out, and doing everything he can outdoors.

He also loves to sing and perform. You may even catch him singing somewhere around town.


Recent Articles
  • ‘Can you bring me McDonald’s?’: 5-year-old calls 911 for help with fast food craving

    WYOMING, Mich. – A 5-year-old from Michigan made a memorable call to police after craving some fast food recently. According to WZZM, Iziah Hall really wanted McDonad’s, but his grandma was still sleeping. So, the boy decided to call 911 to see if they could help. Here’s how the conversation went: Dispatcher: “Kent County 911 what’s your emergency?” Iziah: “Can you bring me McDonald’s?” Dispatcher: “I’m sorry what?” Iziah: “Can you bring me McDonald’s?” Dispatcher: “No I can’t bring you […]

  • Kenya’s Jarius Birech wins the Crescent City Classic for 2019

    NEW ORLEANS- And they are off! To start off the Easter weekend, more than 37,000 people participated in the 41st run of the Allstate Sugar Bowl Crescent City Classic 10k  The classic is both physically challenging and a great new Orleans tradition! The run started at the Superdome and went through downtown.  The Crescent City Fitness Foundation announced a goal of raising $1 million for local nonprofits at this year’s momentous 10k foot race which they achieved!  You can even see […]

  • 50,000 Easter eggs fall from the sky at a New Orleans church

    NEW ORLEANS- This is probably something you don’t see everyday.   This Saturday, the City Church of New Orleans hosted its 7th annual Helicopter Egg Drop featuring 50,000 candy-filled eggs falling from the sky!  Hundreds of children rushed to grab the eggs as quickly as they could!  There were even special golden eggs which were exchanged for special prizes.   The church says this year, they introduced a fun zone which featured bouncy houses and other inflatables to enjoy as well.  Organizers […]

  • Ohio woman allegedly starves two dogs locked in a cage, forcing one to eat the other

    Canton, OH – A 25-year-old Canton woman has been charged for allegedly starving two dogs locked in a cage, causing one of the animals to eat the other after it died, according to court records. Court records state that on or about April 5, Jessica J. Swinehart locked a beagle in a cage with a German Shepherd-mix and starved the animals. When the beagle died, the other dog ate it to survive. When authorities found the German Shepherd, it appeared […]

  • Pennsylvania baby born without an anus comes home after 8 months in hospital

    WINDSOR TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa. – After months of treatment and multiple surgeries, a Pennsylvania baby born with a rare condition is finally going home. When Andrew Kuhn and Katie Faulkner found out they were having twins, it came as a shock. The couple welcomed two beautiful boys, Jamison and Jackson, in July of last year through C-section. However, when Jackson came out minutes after his brother, shock turned to fear. “I saw that they were examining one of the […]

  • Easter Egg Hunt held at Audubon River view this weekend

    AUDUBON PARK– Sheriff Marlin N. Gusman invited everyone to his 14th annual Easter egg Hunt at Audubon River view, also known as The Fly.  Hundreds of kids got up early in the morning to participate in four Easter egg hunts.  As you can see, the kids wiped the place clean.  But, there was still fun to be had with sheriffs to meet, horses to be petted, and even a tour of some fire engines for the kiddos.  The event was […]

  • Hundreds of people showed up to the Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival parade on Saturday

    PONCHATOULA- Hundreds of people watched the Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival parade roll in downtown Ponchatoula on Saturday morning.  You can see the King and Queen of the festival waving to hundreds of kids and even congressman Steve Scalise joining in on all of the fun.  The early parade on Saturday marked the start of the fun weekend festival full of great food, strawberries, entertainment, and fun for people of all ages to enjoy.  This is the festival’s 48th year in Ponchatoula.

  • Ditch Diggers from Lafitte declared Grand Champions at state crawfish boiling competition

    MARRERO-  It was an all out battle between some of the best crawfish boiling teams around Louisiana.  The 18th annual Louisiana Crawfish Boil Championship was held in Marrero where 60 teams competed to see who could cook the famous mudbug the best.  If you weren’t competing there were rides, games, and music to enjoy as well.  Organizers say who ever wins this competition would be well recognized. “This is our 18th annual crawfish cookoff for Louisiana boiling championships. Who ever […]

  • The Krewe of Athena gives away over 200 prom dresses to young ladies this weekend

    NEW ORLEANS-  The fairy godmothers of the Krewe of Athena held their annual prom gown giveaway this weekend at John F. Kennedy High School.  Local high school juniors and seniors were welcome to choose among almost 300 elegant prom dresses and gowns.  The giveaway even included shoes, purses, and even costume jewelry.  The Krewe of Athena says just seeing the smiles on the young ladies faces was well worth it. “We’ve been doing this for 4 years and this is one […]

  • Spring Fiesta Parade held in French Quarter

    NEW ORLEANS-  People who were walking around the French Quarter Saturday afternoon were greeted by young ladies and gentlemen dressed in 19th century attire. It’s all a part of the Spring Fiesta parade which is a New Orleans tradition. These young, well dressed ladies and lads started their day with the announcement of the court at Jackson Square which was followed by a promenade and even a horse drawn carriage ride after the parade throughout the French Quarter and even a […]

  • Severe weather likely Sunday night into Monday morning for WGNO viewing area

    NEW ORLEANS-  The WGNO weather team is giving a heads up on another potential severe storm threat this evening, overnight, and into  early Monday morning. We have a slight risk for severe weather which is 2/5 on the threat scale. Mainly this is heavy rain (1-3+ inches) with possible flooding, high winds, small hail, and a low end threat of a tornado warning popping up. Basically kind of like Thursday’s storms. The difference is the timing. We are probably not going […]

  • Strong to severe storms possible for Southeast Louisiana Thursday

    NEW ORLEANS-  We will most likely have some strong storms most of the day on Thursday. They will start off scattered in the morning coming to work and become more widespread the afternoon and evening hours. The SPC has the city and south of it under a Level 1 out of 5 risk for severe weather and a Level 2 out of 5 risk north of the lake. We are looking at heavy rain, gusty winds, small hail, localized street […]

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