Meet the Storm Force 31 Team

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My parents will tell you growing up I always said, "I want to be Oprah Winfrey!" Although for me, my passion was never to be on television. I simply wanted to help people. After watching local news, I realized this was my way to help people.

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Meteorology is something I've had a great passion about since I was 6-years-old. I went to the University of South Alabama in 2009 to begin my degree in meteorology. My decision to become a broadcast meteorologist came in the wake of April 27, 2011 storms. It was then I decided being a broad…

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I have loved weather ever since I was six years old. As I grew older, I always wanted to know the weather when I played sports. In high school, I excelled in math and science and thought meteorology would be an incredible career.

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Ever since I was little, I have always loved hurricanes. Anytime there was a chance of a hurricane hitting the United States, you could find me inside, glued to the television watching weather coverage for hours.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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WATCH OUT FOR AREAS OF DENSE FOG WEDNESDAY MORNING. Some locations will be down to less than 3 miles of visibility. Use your low beams, and give yourself plenty of space between you and the car ahead of you. Also, be on the lookout for kids waiting for the bus stop.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017
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Our next storm system is racing in from Dallas, Texas, causing mostly cloudy skies this morning with temperatures in the upper 50's to lower 60's. Rain showers will start knocking on our front door steps by mid-morning Tuesday until Wednesday early morning. Expect scattered showers with rainfall totals between 1/4 to 1/2 of an inch of rain. High temperatures will likely climb close to 70.

Sunday, February 19, 2017
Friday, February 17, 2017
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HAPPY FRIDAY EVERYONE! We made it to the end of the workweek and we'll see another round of sunshine in our forecast today. As winds turn back in from the South, we'll warm up into the 60's throughout the afternoon! Cloud cover starts to roll in Friday night where lows will remain mild, in the mild to lower 40's.

Thursday, February 16, 2017
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Higher pressure moves in Thursday and Friday where we'll continue to see sunshine in the forecast and highs rebounding back into the upper 50's and mid 60's.On Saturday, a weak disturbance will build into the Tennessee Valley, increasing cloud cover and allowing for the potential of a few showers throughout the day. No more than a 1/4 of an inch of rainfall is expected. This system will reinforce southerly winds where we'll warm up into the mid 60's.This southerly wind will stay with us …

Wednesday, February 15, 2017
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Light showers will slowly begin to exit the Valley this morning as your heading into work, leaving with us a strong Northwesterly wind ushering in cooler and drier weather. We'll return back to plenty of sunshine by Wednesday afternoon, but high temperatures will only climb up into the mid to upper 40's. The winds will sustain between 10 to 20 mph, causing our wind chill to feel 10 degrees cooler than the actual temperature all day long.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017
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Once again we are off to a chilly start for Tuesday morning as clear skies and calm winds have knocked us down into the 30's. We'll see a slight change in our forecast today with clouds increasing from the West as our next storm system will move in for Wednesday morning.