Bob Turk Bio, Age, Wife, Daughter, Salary, Net Worth, WJZ

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Bob Turk Biography

This is what you need to know about Bob Turk, the American meteorologist, and weatherman at CBS 13. Turk has been working CBS Prepare and execute daily weather forecasts.

Bob Turk Age

Bob Turk who has worked for CBS 13 for over 37 years, is yet to disclose his age and date of birth. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Bob Turk Wife

Bob is happily married to his wife Tina and the couple lives together in their home in Phoenix.

Bob Turk Daughter

Bob has a grown daughter whose name still remains a misery, however, he is really proud of his daughter who recently graduated from FGCU. Bob could not hide his joy and went ahead and shared the moment on twitter congratulating his daughter.

Bob Turk Salary

Turk is reported to be receiving an annual salary that ranges between $70K – $150K U.S dollars.

Bob Turk Net Worth

Turk has an estimated net worth of $250K U.S dollars. His career as a meteorologist is the primary source of his income.

Bob Turk Education

Bob earned a B.S. degree in geography from the then-named Towson State College and a Master’s degree in the same subject from the graduate school of Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He also taught elementary school in Baltimore city before attending graduate school.

Bob Turk Career

Bob’s everyday routine as Baltimore’s most respected weathercaster–the person viewers depend on for weather updates during weekday evening newscasts on WJZ. He helped WJZ select the Doppler radar weather system known as First Warning Weather and put the station further on the map as the first Baltimore television station to have such sophisticated weather forecasting technology.

First Warning Weather’s local live Doppler radar enables the weather team to track rain and storms from neighborhood to neighborhood. Bob has been an associate member of the American Meteorological Society since 1975.

Prior to his broadcasting career, he was an assistant planner for Howard County, Md., where he was in charge of site development plans. Bob is a silver circle Emmy award recipient for his long tenure at WJZ.