He anchors the weekend morning newscasts with Gigi Barnett. He also lets viewers know whether their Saturday afternoon cookouts will be washouts or whether to invest in window air conditioners to prep for a Sunday heat wave.
Tim also reports on breaking news and other unfolding events of interest to residents of this region.
The Baltimore native came back home to Maryland when WJZ hired him in 1995. He has also worked at television stations in Jacksonville, Florida and Hagerstown, Md.
Williams received degrees from both Towson State University and the Broadcasting Institute of Maryland, as well as a meteorology degree from Mississippi State University.
More Stories by Tim Williams
Snow showers are making their way across the Baltimore area.
Winter storm warnings and advisories are no longer in effect for the Baltimore metro area.
So far, so good. The Orioles first ALCS game is underway.
A break in the AC bill is coming. The polar vortex that hurt us repeatedly over the winter is coming back—and this time, it’s good news.
A Tornado Warning has expired for parts of Baltimore Co. and Baltimore City, but flooding remains a concern. Gov. Martin O’Malley has declared a State of Emergency for Allegany and Washington counties.
A slower-than-usual hurricane season is expected this year because of an expected El Nino, federal forecasters said Thursday, but they warned that it takes only one storm to wreak havoc and urged Americans to be prepared.
This week, about 3,000 people are expected to attend an event at Loyola University marking the first anniversary of Pope Francis.
The Maryland Air National Guard celebrates the opening of a new state-of-the-art facility in Baltimore County.
From building rockets to programming robots, this is easy work for hundreds of young girls in Maryland.
Another blast of winter weather is in Maryland, and it will be followed by more cold temperatures.
It may be considered an unlikely partnership, but Maryland’s newest casino is turning to the faith-based community to fill employment vacancies at its venue.
It may be cold outside, but Baltimore is heating up this month with great deals. It’s not just Restaurant Week–there are offers for hotel accommodations and tickets to attractions around town.