David Yeomans Biography -Wiki
This is what you need to know about David Yeomans, an American journalist. The Two-time Emmy Award-winning Meteorologist is the Weekday Morning meteorologist for KXAN-TV in Austin, Texas.
David Yeomans Age
Yeomans was born on March 17th, 1975 in Austin, Texas, the United States of America. He is 45 years old as of 2020.
David Yeomans Height
Yeomans stands at a height that is around 6 feet 1 inch (Approx 1.9 m).
David Yeomans Partner
Yeomans is unmarried. He is yet to reveal any details about whether he is engaged or in a relationship. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
David Yeomans Family
Yeomans was seen with his family in pictures while they were laying down David’s late dog Maggie. His parents were also present although David is yet to reveal their identity.
A viewer named Carmen reached out not long afterward and asked if she could memorialize Maggie in a drawing. David’s parents broke down after seeing the picture. Little is known about David’s siblings. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.
David Yeomans Salary
Yeomans receives an annual salary that ranges between $75,000-200,000. This is as per the annual average salary of a meteorologist at KXAN-TV in Austin, Texas.
David Yeomans Net Worth
Yeomans has an approximated net worth of $100K -$1 million U.S dollars. His career as a meteorologist is the primary source of his income.
David Yeomans Surgery
In 2015, Yeomans took some time off the news desk to recover from his shoulder surgery. He revealed this through a post on one of his social media accounts. He revealed that the surgery was to repair a torn labrum he had sustained during his mountain biking in the greenbelt which went on successfully.
David Yeomans Education
Yeomans studied meteorology at the University of Miami. During his college career, he also held internships at Spectrum News in Austin and CBS4 Miami.
Yeomans was a published undergraduate researcher under a world-renowned climate change expert, Dr. Brian Soden, studying the relationship between water vapor in the high levels of the atmosphere and global warming.
Yeomans returned to the University of Miami in 2010 for graduate studies in meteorology. During his time in graduate school, he was involved in campus broadcasting programs giving a daily weather forecast on WVUM radio.
Ranked as the No. 1 college radio station by the MTV-U Woodie Awards. Yeomans also served as the lead weather anchor for the campus TV station’s award-winning half-hour news show, Newsvision.
David Yeomans KXAN
David is the Weekday Morning meteorologist at KXAN-TV. Yeomans’ interest in being a meteorologist began at a very young age. He would go to a nearby public library to check out stacks of meteorology books.
When he was in fourth grade, to gather as much knowledge as he could. During his first year at the University of Miami, he went back home to Austin during the summer, where he was an intern at the KXAN-TV weather department under the supervision of Jim Spencer.
David Yeomans Awards
Yeomans holds the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist seal from the American Meteorological Society. In 2019, Yeomans was awarded the Lone Star Emmy Award for the First Warning Weather University series.
And another Lone Star Emmy Award in 2015 for the First Warning Weather Team’s Summer Weather Outlook. In 2016, the Texas Associated Press Broadcasters awarded him First Place Weathercast and Television On-Air Personality of the Year in 2018 by the Alliance for Women in Media.