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.
It has been a warm and dry start to April — peaceful weather in what is normally a very stormy month. But the weather pattern is getting ready to change. Look at the forecasted temperatures for Tuesday and Wednesday.
We are going to start a nice trend (for an April month) this week: above normal temperatures and relatively calm conditions. Rain chances of any significance don’t show up again until next weekend: Today starts […]
High pressure is moving over the Lone Star state today. It made for a chilly morning but will provide dry air and sunny skies: A nice day to take in a baseball game, the last […]
This is one of those days in North Texas where you have to be weather aware. There is an Enhanced Risk for severe weather over the Metroplex and counties to the east Wednesday afternoon and evening.
This morning we tracked a strong cold front rolling over north Texas dropping temperatures while kicking up powerful north winds: Temperatures dipped down into the low 50’s after starting in the 60’s just before […]
Welcome to our first morning of Spring. It is also our first FROST ADVISORY of March. Lows this morning dipped below freezing in our northern counties. The north wind that was producing near freezing wind […]
For the first time in a week we have a day where we are NOT talking about widespread rain chances. We jump from wet and cool weather right into the warmest run of days since […]
A line of powerful storms moved from the west toward North Texas on Monday night and into Tuesday morning. The National Weather Service posted a Thunderstorm Watch in the early morning hours for our western counties.
One more dry day before our first prolonged Spring rain of 2016 arrives. More in clouds and stronger winds than yesterday but still a nice day to be outside working on your yard: A week […]
Get out and enjoy the this first weekend of (meteorological) Spring. Wonderful weather today, more clouds and windy tomorrow . Both days above normal temperatures and dry. If outside mowing that lawn for the first […]