Jeff joined CBS 11 and TXA 21 in December 2010. He came to North Texas from Nashville, where he spent the past 11 years, most recently as the morning meteorologist at WKRN-TV. His career has also taken him to Kansas City, Mo., where he was the senior meteorologist at KSHB-TV. Prior to that, he worked at television stations in Jefferson City, Mo.; Knoxville, Tenn.; and Fort Pierce, Fla.
Born in Lubbock, Jeff spent most of his childhood in Tennessee. He returned to Texas to attend the University of Texas at Austin, where he received his first undergraduate degree. Jeff went on to study news at the University of Florida and later completed his bachelor’s degree in broadcast meteorology at Mississippi State University. He also holds a master’s degree in science education from the University of Missouri at Kansas City.
Jeff and his wife are thrilled to be raising their two sons here in North Texas. In his spare time, Jeff enjoys gardening, cooking (which is more like scientific experimentation, if you ask his wife) and woodworking.
The storm risk this afternoon is not zero, it’s marginal. The storms that do develop in the daytime heating could produce severe weather. Storms north of us this morning have produced some outflow boundaries that could […]
Its a fine day in May, more clouds by afternoon and more humid than yesterday but storm chances stay to the west, southwest of the metro area: The storms die out quickly by evening, […]
Expect a lot of cloud cover on Sunday, but rain chances stay modest — mostly just passing showers in the afternoon with activity picking up from the south as we close the day and get into the evening hours.
Remember last Tuesday when the heat index almost hit 100°? Well, it’s going to be considerably cooler than that this weekend: We had some morning thunderstorms that dumped over a half-inch of rain at the […]
Don’t worry about today’s weather. Other than some high clouds and wind about the only other thing you’ll notice that is different from yesterday is slightly higher humidity. We should top out in the mid-80’s: […]
The Climate Prediction Center has officially put us all on a “La Nina Watch”. The powerful El Nino that provided us our warm winter (4th warmest on record, coldest temperatures at DFW all winter: 27-degrees) is cooling down from its winter peak.
It’s the start of a new month. May is on average our wettest month of the year. This on the heals of the first month this year that registered above normal rainfall. Though we are […]
The rain that moved over Anderson County last night and through the overnight hours caused five fatalities including four children in Palestine. Observation reports around the city included one of 7.78″ of rain. We started […]
It is looking more and more like a work-week plagued by strong spring storms. The highest risk arrives Tuesday night for the Metroplex but continue in some form all the way into next weekend: For […]
A fine morning morphs into a fine Saturday afternoon. A little warm but plenty of sunshine. Unfortunately the warm air, sunshine and light winds will also create pollution concerns. Unhealthy levels of Ozone could build […]
It does NOT appear that today is a wash-out in regards to your weekend forecast. It’s windy, humid and cloudy but rain chances hover around 20% for the afternoon, slightly higher for our western counties: […]
Once the morning fog cleared we started marching toward a nice afternoon. It’ll be a wonderful evening for the Main Street Arts Festival: Saturday we’ll have a 20% chance of a passing shower through the […]