Barrett Phillips Biography
Barrett Phillips is an American meteorologist working at KALB-TV Alexandria, LA. Previously, he was working at KOAT in Rapid City as a weekend meteorologist and weekday reporter.
Barrett Phillips Age
Barrett Phillips was born and raised in the Natural State of Arkansas. Although, he has not disclosed any information about his age, day, month, birthday, and year of birth to the media.
Barrett Phillips Height
He stands at a height of approximately 5 feet 8 inches.
Barrett Phillips Family
He was born and raised in the Natural State of Arkansas. However, he has not shared any information regarding his parents and siblings in the limelight.
Barrett Phillips Wife
Phillips’s love life is not known to the media. Hence it’s not known whether he is single, dating, engaged, or married.
Barrett Phillips Children
Phillips has not shared any information on whether he has any kids.
Barrett Phillips Education
Phillips graduated from the University of Oklahoma where he earned. His Bachelors’s Degree in Communication and a minor both in meteorology and climatology In 2013.
Barrett Phillips Salary
Phillips receives an annual salary of $90,619, according to the KALB meteorologist salary.
Barrett Phillips Net Worth
Phillips earns an approximate net worth that ranges between $100-$1million US dollars.
Barrett Phillips Career
He started his job as a weekend meteorologist and weekday reporter in Rapid City. On weekends is when Phillips would forecast the storm system. And send weather reports from out in the field for the Black Hill.
During his time it would reach low as 20 BELOW zero in Dakota. It snowed from September to May (2014). The high was only 55 degrees on June 8th. Phillips spent 6 months at KOTA-Territory in Rapid City prior to landing. At KIDY(now Fox West Texas) in San Angelo, (2014).
He mo ed to extreme heat as temperatures rise to 110 degrees for two weeks successively from extreme cold. Duststorms, tornadoes, and flash flooding in West Texas were the name of the game long with strong blue northers.
It reached 84 degrees one December before falling into the 30s and snowing 3 inches by the next day. Phillips was lucky to meet with the former hurricane expert from the Weather Channel Dr. Steve Lyons. At the National Weather Service in San Angelo and work with him.
After four years, he had a chance to come to Cenla to report the weather in a more active weather market. He realized the togetherness of the people of Cenla and feels welcomed into the community. Phillips likes the outdoors mostly anything to do at the lake. Phillips also likes fishing or going to the gym on weekends. He is an avid member of the National Weather Association.