I’ve been in Alabama for 16 years. That should qualify me to be labeled as an Alabamian, right? I spent 14 years at the legendary 957 JAMZ in Birmingham. Since the summer of 2019, I’ve been with the historic 92.9 WTUG. Let me tell you; it has been amazing to be back in the Yellowhammer State. I am a proud graduate of Ely High School in Pompano Beach, Florida. You can find me cheering on my alma mater, the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats. I loved the weather so much, I got a degree in it from Mississippi State University. My dream is to teach communications, so I went ahead and got my master's from Queens University of Charlotte. We’ll funnel all of that under pretty AND educated! The “highpoint” of my career is when I rode Disney World’s Splash Mountain for 48 hours to raise over $10,000 for the Red Cross. In my free time, I enjoy adding to my purse collection, oil painting, chasing local weather, and working hand-in-hand with the Eta Xi Omega (Tuscaloosa) chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. I love yellow roses, a good view, a man with a good job and benefits, and game nights. I’m also self-proclaimed “clatchet,” which is classy & ratchet! And that’s on Mary had a little lamb!
Plenty of Sunshine and Cooler Temps in Store for the Kentuck Festival
Get ready for some cooler temperatures as a much anticipated cold front is getting closer and closer to Alabama.
Unsettled Weather Brings Possible Flooding Concern for Central Alabama
Please be mindful of the potential for flooding in Central Alabama through Wednesday.
Tuscaloosa County Health Department Hosts Drive-Thru Seasonal Flu Vaccination Clinic
Flu Season is October through May, and the Tuscaloosa County Health Department is hosting a flu vaccination clinic in October.
Music Lovers Unite in November for the Muscle Shoals, Alabama Songwriters Festival
November dates have been set for the Muscle Shoals Songwriters Festival.
Flooding Concern: Flash Flood Watch for Much of Central Alabama
There are flooding concerns due to the potential of scattered to widespread, slow-moving showers and thunderstorms.
Turn Around, Don’t Drown: Flash Flood Warning for Portions of Tuscaloosa County
Heavy rains have prompted a flash flood warning for portions of Tuscaloosa county.
Ida Now a Tropical Depression, Tornadoes Still Possible in Alabama Through Tuesday
Ida has been downgraded to a tropical depression. Please stay weather aware this evening, overnight hours, and tomorrow morning for potential severe weather threats.
UPDATE: NWS Extends Flash Flood Watch through Tuesday Evening
As Hurricane Ida approaches the Gulf Coast, there is a concern for heavy rainfall with flooding, gusty winds, and a few tornadoes for Central Alabama Monday into Tuesday.
Here’s What You Need to Know About Ida in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Ida has developed into a very dangerous hurricane as it draws closer to the southeastern coast of Louisiana. This could mean heavy rains, winds, and possible isolated tornadoes for our region.
Hurricane Ida: Expect Heavy Rain, Wind Gusts, Tornado Threat in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Hurricane Idea is a developing system and information along with Ida’s course and impacts could change. It is best to stay aware of this hurricane.