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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
  • 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 […]

  • Mike and David on Tornadoes Headed for Byron, Okla.

    Mike Morgan explains a multi-vortex tornado while David Payne’s windshield wipers get sucked off his vehicle.