Allison Rogers Bio, Age, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, WYMT-TV

Allison Rogers WYMT-TV
Allison Rogers WYMT-TV

Allison Rogers Biography

This is what you need to know about Allison Rogers, an American Journalist currently working as a Meteorologist, and Reporter for WYMT-TV, the CBS station in Hazard, Kentucky. She joined WLWT-TV as a Weekend Meteorologist to replace Erik Zarnitz.

Before joining the WYMT-TV news team, Allison previously worked at WYMT, the CBS affiliate in Hazard, Ky, where she not only handled daily forecasting duties but served as a reporter. Allison replaced Erik Zarnitz, who left the station in September.

Allison Rogers Age

Rogers grew up on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Rogers has not revealed any details about her age or birthday. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Allison Rogers Husband

Rogers has managed to keep her personal information away from the public eye making it difficult to know whether she is married, dating, or in a relationship. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Allison Rogers Salary

The annual average salary of a news anchor at WYMT-TV is $26725 and Rogers being one of them its believed she receives the same amount or more due to her experience.

Allison Rogers Net Worth

Rogers has an approximated net worth of $10K – $100K U.S dollars. Her career as a Meteorologist, and Reporter for WYMT-TV, is the primary source of her income.

Allison Rogers WYMT-TV

Allison Rogers joined WLWT-TV as a weekend meteorologist to replace Erik Zarnitz. Rogers, a 2015 Mississippi State University graduate, has been a meteorologist and reporter for WYMT-TV, the CBS station in Hazard, KY.

Jeff Benscoter the Channel 5 news director, said that Allison’s experience, both in the studio and coverage on extreme weather and in the field, which makes her an excellent addition to the WLWT Weather team.

Rogers decided to become a meteorologist after witnessing the destruction of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. In addition to her Geoscience degree from Mississippi State, Rogers also has earned the American Meteorological Society’s Certified Broadcast Meteorologist and the National Weather Association seals of approval.

The hiring of Rogers means that Channel 5 has turned over half of its four on-air weather positions – and both weekend meteorologists. Rogers replaced Zarnitz, who left the station after seven years. Ashley Brown was hired as weekend morning forecast after Jennifer Schack quit in after the birth of her third child.