Remembering May 20th, 5 years later
Temperatures to climb back up over the next few days

Mike Morgan is Oklahoma’s NewsChannel 4’s Chief Meteorologist. He joined the KFOR team in January of 1993.

A fourth generation Oklahoman, Mike grew up in the Tulsa area. His interest in meteorology was apparent at an early age. As a 13-year-old, Mike interned with the National Weather Service. He stepped into the working world at the age of 19, doing the weather at a Tulsa television station.

Mike is a member of the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association. Numerous regional and national awards chronicle his on-air coverage of severe weather. Former Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating presented the Humanitarian Award to Mike for going above and beyond the call of duty during the May 3 tornadoes. He has received the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters Award for Best 10 p.m. weathercast in the state 11 times. Mike has also won a Radio Television News Directors’ Association Award, has won five Emmy’s and been nominated over 10 times.

When severe weather threatens, Mike and the 4 Warn Storm Team provide Oklahomans with valuable weather information and warnings that save lives. Always on the cutting edge of technology, Mike introduced new, state-of-the-art weather equipment we call First Video. First Video allows you to instantly see a storm via cellular phone lines.

Mike Morgan and his family live in Oklahoma City.

Recent Articles
  • RADAR: Follow rain, storms across the state on live radar

    RADAR: Follow the storms on live radar Download our free Go4It app or 4WarnMe app for live mobile radar 24 hours a day.

  • WEATHER: A Travelers Advisory has been extended westward to include the OKC metro into overnight/morning hours

    OKLAHOMA – A Travelers Advisory has been extended westward to include the OKC metro through the overnight and early morning hours. As temperatures fall below 32 degrees, very light drizzle and fog will freeze on elevated surfaces causing some isolated slick spots. Be careful if you must travel tonight or early Thursday morning.

  • Mike’s Winter Forecast: To be cold but mild

    Mike shares his expertise; will it be “Mild or Wild?” We all know what it’s like dealing with harsh winter weather. 4 Warn Storm Team Chief Meteorologist Mike Morgan shared his prediction for the upcoming months. Will it be a calm winter with few days of cold temps and little precipitation or will it be bitterly cold for many days with snow and ice storms?

  • Chief Meteorologist Mike Morgan to be honored for keeping others safe in tornadoes

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Our own Chief Meteorologist Mike Morgan will be honored with the Lee Allen Smith Spirit of Oklahoma Award Thursday. Oklahoma Christian will present Morgan with the award for his tireless efforts to keep others safe and informed during the May tornadoes. Gary England and Damon Lane will be also be honored. According to Oklahoma Christian, the award is given annually to individuals who has devoted themselves to the betterment of Oklahoma. The honor is named after Lee […]

  • Mike Morgan brings Weatherschool to Oakdale

    YUKON, Okla. – 4Warn Storm Team Meteorologist Mike Morgan brought Weatherschool to Oakdale Elementary. The students learned all about severe weather and what to do when the wind comes sweeping down the planes. Want our free Weatherschool program to come to your school? Register your school here.

  • Mike Morgan brings Weatherschool to Independence Elementary

    YUKON, Okla. – 4Warn Storm Team Meteorologist Mike Morgan brought Weatherschool to Yukon’s Independence Elementary.

  • Winds blow tree on house - S.W. OKC Sept. 7

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    Severe weather conditions continue across the state.

  • TRACK: Follow Hurricane Isaac

    Keep tabs on Hurricane Isaac here. See where he has been and where he is going using this hurricane tracker.

  • NASA shows Hurricane Isaac from space

    Ever wonder what a hurricane looks like from outerspace? Here it is… NASA shows images of Hurricane Isaac from space. 

  • PHOTOS: Woodward tornadoes April 2012

  • Tornado tears through Woodward killing 6

    WOODWARD, Okla. — The Oklahoma State Medical Examiner said the tornado killed six people in Woodward. A 24-year-old father and his two daughters, one was five and the other seven. A 10-year-old girl succumbed to her injuries Monday. A 41-year-old man and a 63-year-old man were also killed. At least 31 people have been treated for injuries. State Of Emergency for 12 Counties:  A State of Emergency, as declared by Gov. Mary Fallin, remains in effect for 12 Oklahoma counties hit hard by […]