Morning News Returns To CW50

Detroit (WWJ-TV) – On Monday, February 7th, CW50 made its return to morning news. Every weekday from 7 to 9 a.m. get traffic and weather without the wait, plus the latest news headlines on First Forecast Mornings.

Meteorologist Lori Pinson delivers an accurate weather forecast. Dressing your kids for school? You’ll know if they’ll need an umbrella or sunscreen. Traveling up north? Lori has that covered. With First Forecast Mornings, you never have to walk out the door unprepared.

Traffic is a major concern in Metro Detroit. Randy Bhirdo brings his enthusiasm and a dose of humor to help you dodge the orange barrels. Watching First Forecast Mornings will help you avoid accidents with the most up to date traffic information available.  If there’s a road closure, you’ll know about it, along with the best alternate routes.

Get the news headlines that matter. Syma Chowdhry and the First Forecast Mornings team scour through the latest happenings and filter out the extras. The result is a quick newscast that’s a lot of fun.

Start your weekday mornings with Lori, Randy and Syma on CW50 from 7-9am.

CW50 broadcasts under the call sign WKBD and is a sister station to WWJ-TV CBS Detroit.

Read more: About – CW50 Detroit

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  1. mothergoose says:

    I’m so lucky to have ssuch a great morning with u guys! A lean and mean weather grl and adorable Syma! Loved the school teacher looks! Oh, Randy might need a small step when hes at the desk, lori skys over my boy!

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