Metropolitan State University of Denver where he earned a degree in Meteorology with honors and later went on to earn a second degree in communications.
Mike Morrison grew up in Colorado and his love of outdoor activities helped to pique his interest in the weather. After high school, Mike took a year sabbatical to travel, hitchhiking to Alaska and was ever more intrigued about weather patterns across the globe. Mike started his career in broadcasting as a Chief Meteorologist for KJCT-TV in Grand Junction, Colorado. From there, Mike went on to serve as the Chief Meteorologist for stations in Corpus Christi, Texas, Toledo, Ohio, and Albany, Georgia. Mike’s hope for his career was always to get back home to Colorado, and in the spring of 2015, Mike relocated to Colorado Springs, Co. for a short stint at KOAA-TV before being hired as a lead meteorologist at Weather Nation. Mike has been awarded Seals of Approval from both the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society. Mike has also won two awards from the Colorado Broadcasters Association for Best Series or News Feature and for Best Children’s Series. Mike has always been involved personally in the communities he works in and has volunteered extensively with groups that promote mentoring of children. Organizations that Mike has volunteered with, the Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boys and Girls Clubs of America, Partners of Mesa County, The Jim Tuttle Memorial Foundation for at risk youth. Mike has held positions on the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Clubs of America and The International Studies Elementary School a charter school offering the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program in Albany, Georgia. Mike loves being back in Colorado where he can pursue many outdoor and mountain activities.
Q&A with Mike Morrison
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