Bill Karins Biography
This is what you need to know about Bill Karins, an American NBC Meteorologist. Karins reports across several NBC platforms including NBC News and MSNBC. He is also NBC’s “Early Today” and MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” and NBC’s “Weekend Today” every Saturday morning meteorologist.
Karins has also made appearances as the weather anchor on “NBC Nightly News,” “TODAY,” and “Dateline” and he even reported on-site from the inaugural “Winter Classic” hockey game in Buffalo for NBC Sports. He has been with NBC since 2004.
Bill Karins Age
William J. Karins was born on April 14, 1974, in Albany, New York, United States. He is 46 years as of 2020.
Bill Karins Height
Karins stands at a height of 5’8″ (1.73 m).
Bill Karins Family
Karins is a father of two, Taylor and Will, and a husband to Carolyna Leah Karins. Little is known about his parents and siblings. This information will be updated a soon as it’s available.
Bill Karins Wife
Karins is a married man to his wife Carolyna Leah Karins. The couple currently resides in Brooklyn with their two children, a son, and a daughter.
Bill Karins Children
Karins and his wife Carolyna have two children, a daughter whose name is Taylor and a son whose name is Will.
Bill Karins Salary
Working for NBC Karins receives an average annual salary of $120585. This is according to NBC’s annual average salary for a meteorologist.
Bill Karins Net Worth
Karins has an approximated net worth of $250K-$500K U.S dollars. His career as a meteorologist is the primary source of his income.
Bill Karins Education
The Albany, New York native, Karins graduated from the State University of New York at Oneonta.
Bill Karins Career
Before joining the NBC team, Karins worked at WOFL in Orlando as a Meteorologist. At WOFL, he covered Hurricanes Charley, Jeanne, Frances, and Ivan. Before that, Karins worked at WABI in Bangor, Maine as a Meteorologist where he used to forecast winter storms.
Before that, Karins served as Meteorologist at WCTI in New Bern, North Carolina, where he reported on Hurricanes Bertha and Fran in 1996, and also Hurricane Bonnie in 1998. Karins began his career at KSNT Topeka, KS, where he served as Meteorologist, Environmental Reporter, and Tornado Chaser.