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
More showers and thunderstorms are in the forecast late Wednesday afternoon as yet another upper air disturbance moves overhead. A Marginal Risk (1 out of 5) for severe weather remains in place through Wednesday night.
A cluster of thunderstorms in Kansas would eventually become a hurricane making landfall in Louisiana in mid-July in 2019. All the time, forecasters say, “No two storms are alike.” And that is incredibly true for Hurricane Barry.
A lot of uncertainty remains on potential track as we still don’t have the system in the Gulf of Mexico or organized for that matter. As it stands right now, the main concern locally will be the potential for heavy rain by the beginning of next week.