Hey! I'm Meg Summers, a DJ, foodie, pop culture fanatic, audiophile, and Little Lebowski Urban Achiever. I'm a new mom to a lovely little daughter and the proud owner of an insanely spoiled Black Labrador Retriever. I grew up in Alabama, went to college at Western Kentucky University, and moved back to Tuscaloosa in 2009. I've been a die-hard Alabama fan since birth and think there is nothing better than college football and Alabama Saturdays (Roll Tide, y'all!). I spend entirely too much time on the internet and probably drink at least two liters of sweet tea a day.
Severe Storms Possible Tuesday Night in West Alabama
Severe weather is possible Tuesday night across most of the state; however, West Alabama has a greater likelihood of seeing damaging winds or tornadoes.
Score Free Burgers and Bama Gear at Whataburger’s Customer Appreciation Day Thursday, Apri…
Whataburger wants to thank Tuscaloosa for their success, and the restaurant will be hosting a Customer Appreciation Day later this week.
“Poor People” Food is My Food, and I Am Not Ashamed
Now that I am older and have a family of my own, I realize a lot of my favorite foods were only made because we were poor. Do you have a similar story?
Severe Storms, Tornadoes Possible Thursday, March 29, 2018
Showers and thunderstorms are in the forecast for West Alabama, and some of them could be severe. Here's the latest from the National Weather Service in Birmingham.
This Judgmental Map of Alabama is the Greatest Thing You’ll See All Week
Need a laugh? Check this out.
Frost Advisory in Effect from 2 AM to 8 AM Thursday, March 22, 2018
It's officially Spring; however, chilly temperatures seem to be lingering here in West Alabama.
Tornadoes, Storms Cause Millions of Dollars in Damages Across North Alabama
Residents across the state of Alabama are spending their morning surveying the damage caused by last night's storms.
Wind Advisory in Effect Until 10 PM Tonight
Get ready for a breezy day across the state, as wind gusts could exceed 35 miles an hour throughout the day.
School Closings and Cancellations for Monday, March 19, 2018
The threat of severe weather has caused many schools to dismiss early or cancel other activities.
Strong Tornadoes, Severe Storms Likely In Alabama This Afternoon and Tonight
The National Weather Service in Birmingham has high confidence that severe storms and strong tornadoes are possible throughout the state this afternoon and evening.