Cassie grew up in Louisville, Kentucky and holds a degree in Meteorology from Western Kentucky University. Before coming to News 9 she was the weekend meteorologist for WQAD-TV in the Quad Cities for 5 years and also hosted the "What's The Deal, Cassie?" segment on WQAD. Cassie was also a meteorologist at WNKY-TV in Bowling Green, Ky., and interned at WEHT-TV in Evansville, Ind., where she gained valuable experience in the area of forecasting from the station's meteorologists.
Cassie is excited to work with some of the best and most experienced meteorologists in the country in one of the most severe weather prone areas.
Cassie's interest in weather began when she was only seven years old after a big snowstorm left 16 inches of snow over her hometown. Since then, severe weather has fascinated Cassie - but her ideal weather is sunshine and 70 degrees.
When not forecasting, Cassie's hobbies include traveling, reading, playing with her dog whom she considers her daughter and giving in to her guilty pleasure of reality television.
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Light rain showers are already falling in southern Oklahoma. This rain will continue to fill in and spread to the north and east overnight.
Winter precipitation is moving into the state Tuesday evening and into the night.
We will continue to see skies clear Tuesday night and temperatures will cool into the low 50s.
Showers have already moved into parts of Northwest Oklahoma Friday.
Another nice night ahead with mostly clear skies and temperatures dropping to the low 60's.
Our skies will stay clear tonight and temperatures will drop to the low 60s.
We've got a nice and quiet Tuesday night ahead with clear skies and seasonally cool temperatures.
A few storms still possible Monday evening in far southeast Oklahoma.
The rain is coming to an end Friday evening.
Clouds will continue to decrease overnight Wednesday with temperatures dropping to the mid 60's.