Heather Waldman is the AMS, and NWA certified broadcast meteorologist, who currently broadcast at WGRZ-TV Channel 2 News. Heather used to get terrified of thunderstorms when she was at her teenage but was helped by her teacher to overcome and learn more about nature.
The award-winning weather reporter has followed her passion for weather and has embraced the challenge of making the complex world of meteorology understandable to the viewers all across the globe.
How Much Is Heather's Net Worth?
Heather has mostly accumulated her net worth working as a weather meteorologist. The average base pay in the New York area for the meteorologist is around $65,896 per year. They also get an additional cash compensation ranging about $295 - $7,568. The cash compensation includes cash bonus, commission, and tips. Heather, who is currently working as a weather meteorologist in New York area, likely draws her salary between these figures.
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Heather is currently working as a weekend meteorologist on WGRZ-TV Channel 2 News in New York where she delivers the weather forecast for the weekend evening newscasts. She started her weather intern joining the NBC10- WCAU in Greater Philadelphia Area from May 2012 to August 2012. Her job was to gather and record the forecast data from various weather models before the weeknight newscasts. In May 2013, she worked as forecasting intern on AccuWeather and remained as a part-time forecaster.
In January 2014, Heather became a broadcast meteorologist and continued her work for more than three years. She also appeared on various national networks including Fox Business, ABC World News, The Big10 Network, ESPN and the SEC Network. Heather joined WGRZ-TV Channel 2 in January 2017. In 2018 she won the Murrow Award for the innovative content on the weather report.
Is Heather Married? Glimpse Of Her Personal Life
On 1 August 2017, Heather posted a photo celebrating her birthday weekend with a guy on her Facebook. The guy in the picture is assumed to be her partner as the owner of Richard Czop and Associates, Richard Czop commented on her post saying the duo looked great together. Richard further wanted to know if the guy she posted on her social media was her husband or just a friend. Heather has yet to comment regarding his post.
Heather Waldman with her possible partner in the picture shared on 1 August 2017 (Photo: Facebook)
Back in 2016, Heather also sparked some erudition regarding her love life. In March 2016, the weather meteorologist affirmed that she would watch the web television series House of Cards until her boyfriend returns to the town. Heather showed her excitement and added that it would be a real relationship test between her and her boyfriend.
In July 2016, Weather Nation meteorologist Emily Roehler sarcastically yielded a Twitter post related to Niantic's famous game, Pokemon Go. The fellow meteorologist and friend of Heather shared a map of a gym leader, who insisted a Pokemon battle in the 8th street west to Decatur, Alabama. Heather replied to Emily's post and addressed that she and her boyfriend were going out for a Pokemon walk.
Further in March 2018, the weather lady bragged about her boyfriend's family, who enjoyed a Girl Scout Cookie beer pairing in late February. Heather described the moment as amazing and revealed that she also has some plans for Thin Mints boxes.
Heather, who is mostly seen forecasting the weather, is low-key when it comes to her personal life forecast. So, it has become hard to know her possible relationship and to find out whether she is married to her mentioned-boyfriend or not.
Heather celebrates her birthday on the 4th of August; however, her birth date is secluded, which makes her age a matter of mystery. Heather's family raised her in southeastern Pennsylvania in the USA.
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Judging from her photo, she stands at a modest height. In 2013, Heather completed her education at Penn State University in Pennsylvania obtaining a double major with a BA in telecommunication and BS in Meteorology.