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.
Last week, the DFW area saw high temperatures that were significantly cooler, including a Saturday that was only in the 70s. This week is expected to feel like a typical July.
As folks across DFW head back to work on Monday, temperatures will be back to where they belong for this time of the year. Monday might be the coolest day of the work week.
It was another morning with temperatures in the 60s across North Texas on Sunday, a lovely start to a summer day. However, we are going to return to July temperatures.
For the first time in two days, we did not break a record low of some kind. However, we came within one degree of tying a record low and one degree of tying a record coldest high.
DFW got within one degree of equaling a record low on Saturday morning, and it has stayed cool since. The area has seen cloudy skies with a light east wind.
There are We had an incredible amount of rain fall on the western edge of Ray Roberts Lake. The National Weather Service (NWS) in Fort Worth reported 10.67″ of rain just south of Valley View. Our Weather Watcher [...]
We awoke this morning to find heavy rains falling just north of the metroplex. At 5:30am the National Weather Service reported almost 10″ of rain in Valley View with more rain moving in from the [...]
City council members in Denton on Tuesday night could have made history by approving a ban on fracking. But instead, voters will have the final word.
Some powerful storms hit parts of North Texas on Monday evening, leaving many residents without power. Now, crews are in the Oak Cliff area of Dallas to assist in the cleanup efforts.
Did it seem muggy on Monday morning? That’s because it was the warmest morning we’ve had so far this year. It was also the first morning low in the 80s since September.
North Texas has now had its first 100 degree day of the season. This is the latest that we have waited for one since 2007. The average arrival date is June 30.
This is the hottest weekend we’ve had so far this year. We could get our first 100° day of the year today (yesterday it hit 99°). Then another one tomorrow: But big changes are on [...]