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
The latest National Hurricane Center forecast has been nudged to the east away from the local area. Zeta is expected to be a lop-sided tropical cyclone at landfall due to persistent southwesterly wind shear.
Tropical Storm Zeta continues to garner a lot of attention along the North Central Gulf Coast. The storm is currently located in the Central Caribbean, but is forecast to move into the Gulf of Mexico by Tuesday as a Category 1 Hurricane. Until then expect quiet weather to be the rule for Southeast L
A cold front has worked through the area bringing with it slightly cooler temperatures. Many spots will be 10 degrees cooler this afternoon than what was felt Friday. Highs Saturday will range between the low to mid 70°s.
We say goodbye to the cooler than normal temperatures. Southerly flow has returned bringing warm and moist air off the Gulf of Mexico. Dew point temperatures will be climbing tonight keeping temperatures from falling too quickly.
The local weather will remain quite pleasant as we move through the weekend into the start of the upcoming school/work week. Temperatures will remain near normal through Tuesday before a warming trend brings temperatures back above normal through the remainder of the week.