Although a Baton Rouge native, Morrow left for college, but returned back to his hometown in December 2008. Before his return he worked at KKCO in Grand Junction, Colorado.
In addition to his work on-air, Morrow has volunteered for Meals on Wheels, been a mentor for the senior year project for Livingston Parish High Schools, and also enjoys speaking to kids at local schools about weather and the news business in general.
Morrow is married and has two children. His dog Wally was a rescue who appeared on the WAFB pet segment in 2009. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his family, going on vacations, and eating at new and fun restaurants.
University of Oklahoma: Broadcasting and Electronic Media, and minor in Meteorology
Rain will be hard to come by over the next several days as high pressure remains in control locally. An upper-level low is currently moving across the Gulf of Mexico and could provide a shower or two south of I-10 today.
Not many umbrellas will be required over the course of the next few days and starting with this morning, it’s a quiet scan on FIRST ALERT Doppler radar with only “limited” activity expected later today.
Portions of the local area will once again be under a Heat Advisory today. Be sure to take those heat related precautions seriously and stay hydrated, take frequent breaks, look before you lock, and check in on kids and the elderly.
Moisture associated with a broad low pressure system in the Gulf of Mexico will bring a chance for a few afternoon showers over the coming days. This low has a low end chance for tropical development, but the core is essentially moving away from SE LA.
Hurricane Dorian remains the main weather story for the Southeast United States. As of the 4 AM advisory by the National Hurricane Center Dorian remains a strong Category 2 Hurricane with sustained winds of 105 mph.