Caroline Carithers Biography
Caroline Carithers is a journalist and news meteorologist. Presently working at WKRG News 5 as the Digital Reporter and Weekend Evening Meteorologist. She toured the Gulf Coast found her interest in weather.
Carithers passion peaked when she was following Hurricane Katrina. In 2005 located from Michigan Daphne.
Caroline Carithers Age
Carithers was born in Michigan, United States, in 1997. She is about25 years old.
Caroline Carithers Height
She is 5 ft 5 inches/ Approx. 1.65 m tall.
Caroline Carithers Education
Carithers earned a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology. And a minor in Math from South Alabama University. She became an NOAA Hollings Scholar, which allowed her to intern at the National Severe Storms Laboratory. Carithers also served in the Student Government Association. As a resident assistant and became a Meteorology Club member.
Caroline Carithers Family
Carithers was born to her caring and supportive parents in Michigan.
Caroline Carithers Husband
She got married on July 14, 2019, to her handsome husband. Carithers met her husband while in college who used to serve as a physics lab partner. She enjoys forecasting weather locations and tracking storms.
All over the country on the radar, going out on the boat with family and friends. And hanging out with her husband during her free time.
Caroline Carithers Salary
Carithers earns an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000, according to WKRG News 5 anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Caroline Carithers Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Caroline Carithers Career
Carithers knew that was her dream and saw all of the broadcast meteorologists in action in addition. She toured the WKRG studio, Caroline knew from that moment. At WKRG News 5 it was her dream to be a meteorologist after the Hurricane.
Carithers served in Ocean Spring, Miss at Weather Vision. As a broadcast meteorologist before WKRG News 5. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology.
And a minor in Math from South Alabama University. Carithers became an NOAA Hollings Scholar, which allowed her to intern. At the National Severe Storms Laboratory. She also served in the Student Government Association as a resident assistant. And became a Meteorology Club member.