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.

Monday, February 27, 2017
  • BY METEOROLOGIST LIZ COSGROVE
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Good morning Tennessee Valley! Heavy rain will push through the area this morning. Expect 1/4 to 1/2 of an inch of rainfall to accumulate from now until 2 P.M. No severe weather expected. This is one of three rounds that will move into the Valley thanks to a disturbance that will sweep in from eastern Texas up to the Ohio River Valley from now until Wednesday.

Sunday, February 26, 2017
Friday, February 24, 2017
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Tonight showers move through the valley bringing heavy rain and the possibility of strong storms.  Main threat tonight will be small hail, and winds gusting up to 30-40 mph.  Storms could also produce frequent lightning at their peak.  Rain will start around 8 and continue till roughly 2AM to 3AM.  

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We're finally to Friday and our weather will be hot for this time of year! With a good dose of sunshine and a strong, breezy southerly wind in place, high temperatures should climb up to 80 by the afternoon. If we hit 80 degrees, we will break record highs that were set back in 2000 in Huntsville of 77 degrees and from 1930 of 78 degrees Muscle Shoals.

Thursday, February 23, 2017
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WEATHER SUMMARY: Our warm February continues Friday with the potential to break some record highs. The record high for Huntsville is 77 set back in 2000. The record high for Muscle Shoals is 78 set back in 1930. 

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We'll continue to have a pull of southerly winds in place throughout Thursday and Friday and along with more sunshine,  high temperatures will climb back up into the mid to upper 70's to almost 80 degrees by Friday. If we hit 80 degrees, we will break record highs that were set back in 2000 in Huntsville of 77 degrees and from 1930 of 78 degrees Muscle Shoals.

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.