Charli Shortino Biography
Charlie Shortino is an American Meteorologist. He is working as a chief meteorologist and Morning host show at Weather Net WMTV, NBC 15 based in Madison, Wisconsin now. Shortino has been an NBC 15 morning meteorologist since 1994 and became a chief meteorologist in 2010.
Since 1994, he has been forecasting the weather on television. Shortino has also served as an expert witness in weather-related civil and criminal cases.
Charlie Shortino Age
Shortino’s age is not publically known. However, his year of birth is not known. Shortino celebrates his birthday on 2nd January every year.
Shortino stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.
Charlie Shortino Parents
Shortino was born by his biological parents and raised in the United States of America. Although, he has not shared much about his parents and siblings.
Charlie Shortino Wife
Shortino is a happily married Meteorologist to his loving wife Corie. The couple is blessed with four children. Their names are; Max, Jenna, Kenzie, and Lucas.
Charlie Shortino Children
Shortino and his caring wife are the parents of their four children. Their names are; Max, Jenna, Kenzie, and Lucas.
Charlie Shortino Salary
Shortino receives an annual salary of $98053. This is according to the NBC 15 meteorologist salary.
Charlie Shortino Education
Shortino graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison with a Bachelor’s degree in Meteorology.
Shortino when at work loves going to golf as a fan and also a player, cooking. He also enjoys reading, gardening, and as well as watching sports.
Charlie Shortino Net Worth
Shortino has an approximate net worth of between $1 million – $5million U.S dollars.
Charlie Shortino Career
Shortino joined the Air Force and became a pilot before returning to Madison in 1990 luckily, after graduating. Since 1994, he has been NBC15’s morning meteorologist. Shortino has also been forecasting the weather on television since 1990. In 2010, He became Chief Meteorologist at NBC15.
Shortino owns and operates WeatherNet, Inc., a weather consulting business in addition to his weather reports on NBC15 news. The company serves numerous clients including Madison Gas and Electric, Alliant Energy. The City of Madison, various construction companies, school districts, and municipalities. He also serves as an expert witness in weather-related civil and criminal cases.
Charlie Shortino Covid
On October 23, 2020, Shortino left work with a severe headache and rushed home. The headache continued throughout the weekend, however. He learned that he had tested positive for COVID 19 Virus two days later. On November 16, 2020, he returned on-air broadcasting from home temporarily for he had battled the virus.