The next episode of the Mo Show Live will air Friday, March 4th at 10 AM Central time and will feature guest Danielle Dozier from WHNT News 19. In this episode, Danielle will join Morris to discuss her journey to becoming the Chief Meteorologist for one of North Alabama’s top news stations and how to stay prepared for severe weather.
If you’re a fan of WHNT News 19, you may have noticed a new face joining the team last fall. Danielle Dozier came to the WHNT news station in October 2021 as the new Chief Meteorologist leading the weather team. A Chesapeake, Virginia native, Danielle was fascinated by the frequent tropical systems that came through her area and developed a love of weather at an early age. After graduating from UNC Asheville, Danielle pursued her career as a meteorologist in Oklahoma City, Indianapolis, and Pittsburgh before her recent move to the North Alabama region, gaining the opportunity to experience all kinds of weather events from flooding to tornadoes, wildfires, snow storms, earthquakes and more.
Outside of work, you might find her at a local bowling alley near you. Danielle started bowling when she was only five years old and stayed active in bowling leagues ever since! She’s also passionate about traveling around the U.S. and the world with her husband Lucas.
As you know, the weather is unpredictable. While Alabama is known for having mild winters, severe weather can strike at any moment, especially in the transition from winter to spring. In this upcoming interview, we’ll hear from Danielle on how to stay prepared and safe in locally severe weather events.
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