Griffin Glasscock

Morning meteorologist for 44News/WEVV.

Title: Meteorologist
gglasscock@wevv.com

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

Bitterly Cold Start to Wednesday; Possible Flurries Tomorrow

We are waking up to extreme wind chills across the Tri-State. Temperatures and winds will improve into the afternoon, but not much. Highs will only reach the mid to upper 20s under mostly sunny skies.

Dangerously Cold Temps Returning to the Tri-State

We're waking up to cold temps and wind chills in the single digits. Highs will only reach the upper 20s and lower 30s this afternoon under clearing skies.

Cloudy & Breezy Monday; Afternoon Rain Chances

We're waking up to dry and breezy skies this Monday morning. This afternoon will bring warmer temps near the low 50s and rain chances could become likely.

Frigid Friday; Weekend Warm Up

We're waking up to another frigid start to the day. Temperatures won't make much of an improvement, but the sunshine is expected to strengthen this afternoon. Winds will gradually calm down.

Freezing Temps, Even Colder Wind Chills

We're waking up to dry skies and freezing temperatures. Wind chill values are trending about 13-15 degrees cooler than the actual air temperature. We can expect highs to reach the mid to upper 20s with breezy winds.

Tracking Rain, Sleet, & Snow; Bitterly Cold to Follow

We're waking up to mild and cloudy conditions. Light rain is expected to pick up this morning and gradually switch to winter weather this afternoon. Highs will hit the mid 40s this morning and starting dropping.

Mild & Dry Tuesday; Winter Weather Returns Wednesday

We're waking up to dry and bitterly cold temperatures. As we head into the afternoon you can expect sunny skies and highs nearing the low 50s.

Slick Start to Monday; Dry & Cold Afternoon

We're waking up to light snowfall that's causing issues on the roadways this morning. By this afternoon we should be drying most of that up and seeing highs in the mid to upper 30s.

Cool and Breezy End to the Weekend

We're seeing dry and windy conditions this Saturday night. You can expect another cold Sunday with breezy conditions. You'll see a lot of sunshine.

Tracking Weekend Winter Weather

We're starting off this Friday with foggy conditions and cool temperatures. Heading into the afternoon, it is likely we'll see highs in the low to mid 40s under mostly cloudy skies.

Evansville
Cloudy
27° wxIcon
Hi: 38° Lo: 13°
Feels Like: 19°
Owensboro
Cloudy
27° wxIcon
Hi: 42° Lo: 14°
Feels Like: 27°
Princeton
Cloudy
32° wxIcon
Hi: 37° Lo: 13°
Feels Like: 24°
Madisonville
Cloudy
33° wxIcon
Hi: 42° Lo: 16°
Feels Like: 27°
Jasper
Cloudy
27° wxIcon
Hi: 37° Lo: 10°
Feels Like: 20°
Wednesday morning marked our coldest start to a day in nearly 3 weeks - morning low temperatures dove into the single digits for much of the Tri-State and our northerly winds routinely drove wind chill values well below zero throughout the Lower Ohio Valley. If there was any silver lining, our clear skies did allow temperatures to climb back into the mid 20s later in the day; though Evansville’s peak temperature of 25° remained 17° below average for this time of the year. The clear skies are expected to linger throughout the evening and much of the night ahead and will allow temperatures to fall back down into the mid to low teens early Thursday morning. We will fall to 14° in Evansville around daybreak Thursday.
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