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Griffin Glasscock

Morning meteorologist for 44News/WEVV.

Title: Meteorologist

Griffin Glasscock is the morning meteorologist for 44News/WEVV.

She joined WEVV Storm Team 44 in June 2020. She returns to Evansville after working as a news producer for 4 years in Birmingham, AL and Louisville, KY.

A Kentucky native, Griffin feels fortunate to begin her meteorology career in the Tri-State. She attended the University of Southern Indiana where she was part of the Women’s Golf Team and graduated with a degree in Radio and Television. 44News is very familiar to Griffin, with it being the place that gave her a start in TV. Griffin was part of the original team that relaunched news on WEVV in August 2015. In 2016, she took her producing skills to WVTM13 in Birmingham, Alabama. It didn’t take long for Griffin to revisit her passion for weather while living in the Deep South, and decided to enroll in Mississippi State University’s Broadcast Meteorology Program.

Griffin is so excited to call the Tri-State home once again, especially being close to her family. When she’s not tracking the weather, Griffin enjoys playing golf, cheering on the Kentucky Wildcats, being involved with her church, and traveling to new places.

Recent Posts by Griffin Glasscock

Break from Severe Weather Friday; Storm Threat Returns on Mother's Day

Grab those coats, folks! It's a cold and breezy morning with temperatures starting out in the 30s and 40s. Improving conditions return this afternoon with highs reaching the upper 60s.

Dry & Chilly Start to Thursday; Afternoon Storm Chances

While it's starting off dry and cool, changing conditions are coming our way this afternoon. Shower and thunderstorm activity is expected to move through after lunch. Strong to severe storms possible.

Sunshine & Cooling Temps Return; Storm Chances Tomorrow

We're waking up to cool and dry conditions this morning. It's a nice break from the rain! Dry skies will stick around this afternoon with highs in the mid 60s.

Tracking Strong Storms; Cooling & Drying Out Tomorrow

We're waking up to heavy rainfall and thunderstorms across the Tri-State. Temperatures are in the mid 60s. We'll hang on to scattered showers this afternoon with highs in the mid 70s.

Wet Start to Work Week; Threat for Severe Weather

Grab your rain gear this morning! Scattered showers are spreading across the Tri-State. Temperatures are on the comfortable side - 60s. There will be some dry time today, with highs in the low 80s.

Drying & Clearing Friday Afternoon; Tracking Weekend Rain Chances

It's a bit of a damp start this morning. We're tracking light rain chances moving in from the west. Temps are in the 40s. Improving conditions are likely this afternoon with highs reaching the low to mid 60s.

Slight Warm Up Thursday; Late Night Showers Possible

Grab the winter coats, it's cold this morning. Temps are starting out in the 30s and 40s. Conditions are expected to improve this afternoon. Highs will reach the upper 50s under mostly sunny skies.

Frosty Start to Wednesday; Unseasonably Cool Temps Stick Around

Bundle up, folks! We're waking up to freezing temperatures this morning. Sunny skies will move in late morning into the afternoon. Highs are only expected to reach the low 50s.

Dry Start to Tuesday; Winter Returns Late Today

Bundle up this morning as we're starting out with temperatures in low 40s. By the time we get to this afternoon it will be warming up, but it won't last long. Winter-like conditions move in tonight.

Frosty Start to Friday; Afternoon Warm Up

It's a cold start to our Friday. We're waking up to dry skies and temperatures in the 30s and 40s. We'll get a nice boost this afternoon, with sunshine warming us up into the mid 60s.

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Shower and storm chances will be rolling back into the Tri State as early as daybreak for your Mother's Day. Through the hours of 2PM-6PM will be the greatest window for severe watches and warnings to be issued for the area. Keep yourself weather-aware.
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