Posted: Mar 27, 2014 05:23 PM PDT
Updated: May 13, 2016 09:14 AM PDT
The on-air monitor in the main lobby of News Channel 7 displaying the Tornado coverage and our current severe weather status.
Jeremy Carr, lead director.
A rare look at Master Control during code red weather coverage. Feeds from KAEF in Eureka, Chico and even national feeds are routed through master control
Producer Paul Matta
Haleigh Pike coordinating team coverage of four reporters chasing the tornado
Rob Elvington stands at the weather pod broadcasting real-time information from Storm Tracker 7 while Mike Krueger studies the data off camera.
The Chief hard at work alerting you to severe weather that could put you and your family in danger.
Marketing and digital media working together to bring you live tweets on the developing storm. #SevereWeatherFirst
Rob Elvington stands at the weather pod constantly monitoring the weather maps from Storm Tracker 7
Tornadoes are a rare site in our area, Mike Krueger talks to viewers about the dangers of tornadoes and ways to keep you safe.
5:00pm Producer Vienna Montague answers the phone in the newsroom.
With our third Meteoroligist Carlo Falco in the field, Mike and Rob are going on air with the latest details about the storm.
Chief Meteorologist Mike Krueger in the First Alert Weather Center and Meteorologist Rob Elvington off camera.
Mike Krueger and Rob Elvington in the First Alert Weather Center during the the Tornado coverage.
Producers hard at work.
Rob Elvington studies the data.
Meteorologist Rob Elvington utilizing the Storm Tracker 7, Chief Meteorologist Mike Krueger stands off camera waiting to go on air.