Longtime KOMO weathercaster Ray Ramsey died on Sunday. He was 87.
“He was zany, irrepressible, full of wit and whimsy, full of compassion,” reads a post by KOMO staff honoring Ramsey, who was with the ABC-affiliate for 20 years. “Ray was exactly the same in person as he was on-air: He was the most energetic man, with the funniest patter, that we believe we’ve ever met.”
Ramsey joined KOMO in 1965 and became a Seattle icon with his unique delivery and dry sense of humor. Above is a video of his final day with KOMO as well as a tribute to his career.