Glenn Hurricane Schwartz is an American author and meteorologist. As of now, he is working for NBC10’s First Alert weather team in Philadelphia. You can watch Hurricane Schwartz’s live forecasts weekdays during the 11 a.m., and 5 p.m. newscasts.
Glenn Hurricane Schwartz Age
Schwartz was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the United States of America in 1952. He is 68 years old as of 2020.
Glenn Hurricane Schwartz Height
Schwartz stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 (1.7 m) inches tall.
Glenn Hurricane Schwartz Parents
Schwartz was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the United States of America to his parents. He is one of two children, to his father Morris who is an architect. Schwartz’s mother is called Miriam Schwartz. In 2012, sadly his mother died and in May of 2019, Schwartz’s father also died.
In 1996, his sister Debbie Cohen as well passed on due to meningitis and left behind two children.
Glenn Hurricane Schwartz Wife
Schwartz is a merrily married author to his loving wife Christie Wood. The duo met on Match.com and got married without a ring or license. He has not disclosed any information about his children.
Glenn Hurricane Education
Schwartz joined Central High School. He later graduated with a bachelor’s degree in meteorology from the Pennsylvania State University in 1972.
Glenn Hurricane Schwartz Salary
Schwartz receives an annual salary of $79832. This is according to the NBC10 meteorologist’s salary.
Glenn Hurricane Schwartz Net Worth
Schwartz has an estimated net worth of $786,763 U.S dollars.
Glenn Hurricane Schwartz Heart Surgery
Schwartz is recovering from double bypass heart surgery after going under the knife Wednesday morning. He had apparently recognized some of the warning signs of a heart attack. When he was on vacation this past weekend and went for a swim
Glenn Hurricane Schwartz Career
Schwartz began his career at AccuWeather in State College, Pennsylvania after graduation. From 1974 to 1977, he then gained experience with hurricanes at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, where he worked. From 1979 to 1983, was Schwartz’s first appeared on television at WAGA in Atlanta.
He joined The Weather Channel as a hurricane specialist and became one of the network’s first “hurricane specialists” in 1985. He remained at WNYW until 1990 when he went to work for WPBF in West Palm Beach, WINK in Fort Myers, and WRAL in Raleigh.
Schwartz returned to Philadelphia as a meteorologist at NBC’s WCAU, where he has remained in October 1995. He became chief meteorologist in 2002, a title which he lost in 2017 to Tammie Souza. In January 2020, he published a cli-fi novel “The Weathermaker” in a paperback edition.
Glenn Hurricane Schwartz Awards
- 2010 Philadelphia Broadcast Hall of Fame.