Janice Huff WNBC Bio, Age, Husband, Wedding, Son, Salary and Net Worth

Janice Huff WNBC
Janice Huff WNBC

Janice Huff Biography

This is what you need to know about Janice Huff, an American chief meteorologist for WNBC in New York City.

Janice Huff Age

Janice Huff was born on September 1, 1960, in New York City, New York. She is 59 years old as of 2019.

Janice Huff Height

  • Not Known.

Janice Huff Wedding

Huff and her husband Warren Dowdy married in a wedding ceremony on December 25, 1996, on Christmas day. The wedding was attended only by the couple’s close family and friends who attended the wedding.

Janice said that she planned the whole ceremony on a weekend because she did not want to wait while Warren did. Another reason why she did all of it in a rush is that her parents also married on Christmas day back in 1947.

Janice Huff Husband

Janice Huff is married to her husband Warren Dowdy since on December 25, 1996. The couple are also childhood friends.

Janice Huff Children

Huff is yet to have children with her husband despite many years of marriage.

Janice Huff Salary

Huff receives an annual average salary of $130,000. This is according to the annual average salary of a meteorologist at WNBC.

Janice Huff Net Worth

Huff has an estimated net worth of $6 Million U.S dollars. Her career as a meteorologist is the primary source of her income.

Janice Huff Education

Huff graduated from Eau Claire High School with honors, where she was a member of the National Honor Society, Secretary of the Student Council, Varsity Cheerleader, and Miss Shamrock 1978.

She later joined Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida where she graduated with a major in meteorology. While at FSU, Huff joined Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. From 1982-1983, Janice was a weekend meteorologist at WTVC, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Janice Huff Career

Huff was a weekend meteorologist at WTVC, the ABC affiliate in Chattanooga, Tennessee from 1982-1983. She joined WRBL, Columbus, GA in 1983, as a meteorologist/science reporter.

She received the American Meteorological Society’s Seal of Approval in 1985, for Television Weathercasting. Janice started work as an on-air meteorologist at KSDK, St. Louis, Missouri in 1987, and covered the Crystal Apple awards there.

Janice joined the NBC affiliate, KRON in San Francisco in April 1991, where she was an on-air meteorologist and hosted “Bay Area’s Best Bets.” While at KRON, she was also named a “Clean Air Hero” by the American Lung Association for her work in promoting cleaner air and healthier lungs.

Huff joined WNBC in January 1995, as the weekend meteorologist for “Today in New York,” “News Channel 4” at 6 and 11 p.m. In 2001 she added “Live at Five” to her duties. She is the host of “Wednesday’s Child,” a weekly adoption feature that airs Wednesdays during “News 4 You” and again on “Sunday Today in New York.”

In 1995, Huff became Meteorologist on Weekend Today for 8 years she appeared on Saturdays and Sundays, switching back and forth from time to time, switching to only Sundays in 2009. She left “Weekend Today” on April 30, 2012, after 16 years.

Huff hosted a short-lived lottery game show called NY Wired from 1997 to 1998, with emphasis on supporting computer labs for schools based on the money won. In the second season, Cheryl Washington replaced her as emcee.