Amanda Holly Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, WFLA

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Amanda Holly Biography

Amanda Holly is an American News meteorologist working for Storm Team 8 News. Holly joined the team in June 2019. Before joining Storm Team 8 News, she worked at WFLA’s sister station, WBTW, in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Before that, she forecasted for four years in Gainesville, Florida, for the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network and the UF Weather Center.

Amanda Holly Age

Holly was born on January 4, 1994, in Sarasota, Florida, United States of America.  She celebrates her birthday on January 4, every year. 

Amanda Holly Height

Holly stands at an average height of 5 feet o inches.

Amanda Holly Family

Little is known about Holly’s parents, also there are no details about her siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Amanda Holly Husband

Holly is happily married to her husband  Wayne Dahlberg.  The two have been dating since 2008.  The couple wedded on April 4, 2020, in Sarasota, Florida. 

Amanda Holly Salary

Holly receives an annual average salary of $26K – $67K. This is according to WFLA News anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Amanda Holly Net Worth

Holly has an estimated Net Worth of $10k to $100k dollars. Her career as a reporter is her primary source of income.

Amanda Holly Education

Holly went on to study for her Master of Science in Applied Meteorology from Mississippi State University.

Amanda Holly WFLA News

Holly is an American News meteorologist working for Storm Team 8 News. Holly joined the team in June 2019. Before joining Storm Team 8 News, she worked at WFLA’s sister station, WBTW, in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Before that, she forecasted for four years in Gainesville, Florida, for the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network and the UF Weather Center.

 She experienced the 2004 and 2005 hurricane seasons in Sarasota, which were terrifying and inspiring at the same time. This fueled her interest in tracking the weather and learning how it worked as she grew up.

She chased tornadoes for 10 days in the Great Plains and saw three tornadoes. One of which was classified as an EF-2 was a half a mile wide and passed just an eighth of a mile in front of her.

Holly said, “While the power of tornadoes is terrifying, the science behind their formation is mesmerizing; Getting to watch the storms develop and mature was amazing enough but seeing the tornadoes on the ground was unforgettable.” The course was an invaluable experience that she can use when forecasting for the rest of her career.

She is also a certified NAUI SCUBA Instructor but also has several other technical certifications including a cave, advanced nitrox, and decompression diving. She also loves space and couldn’t be happier to be back close to the Space Coast, especially with how frequent launches are becoming.