Weather Coverage When It Counts
WSHF will keep you covered with the latest forecast twice an hour, plus live severe weather coverage when you need it most.
Closeup View of Any Storm
WSHF has instant access to the most up-to-date storm data with our SkyView in-studio Doppler Radar. You can see exactly what we see in our studios by clicking the radar image on the right side of the page.
The Broadcasters Make it Happen
The most expensive technology is worthless if you don’t have the people to make it work. Raw information is useless if you don’t know the context. WSHF has a trained staff ready to break into any broadcast and bring you severe weather information. So whether it’s a routine weather day or a tornado emergency, turn to WSHF for the information you need to get through your day.
Daily Weather Outlook
Join Drew Richards weekdays at noon for your detailed weather outlook, an extended forecast, and almanac data. Drew will give you a good overview of what the weather will do over the next 5 to 7 days so you can plan ahead.
Southeast Regional AgWeather™
This is WSHF’s agricultural forecast that airs during the daily Tennessee Valley Farm Report. Whether your job is in agribusiness or you just enjoy gardening, you will be able to keep track of drought conditions, excessively cold or hot trends, and soil temperatures across the southeast. If you don’t have a green thumb, this report will at least let you know if your windshield will freeze over in the morning!
Service You Can Count On
At WSHF we strive to bring you the best coverage that we possibly can, and one of the most important stories happening every day is the weather. Weather can change quickly during the course of a day, and could range from a slight inconvenience to a major disaster. No matter what happens, WSHF will keep you covered.
We are always expanding our coverage and service to you whenever we have an opportunity. As of June 2017, Shoals Weather has been merged into WSHF’s weather operations in order to provide additional service to our friends and neighbors. Shoals Weather was created in 2011 to serve social media users in northwest Alabama, and we are excited to bring them into our broadcast operations!