Karli Ritter Biography
Karli Ritter is a well known American Meteorologist working for Fox 4 News. She joined FOX4 in March of 2007 and forecasts for FOX4 News from 5:00-9:00 a.m. Karli earned her Certified Broadcast Meteorologist seal in November 2007 from the American Meteorological Society.
Karli Ritter Age|Birthday
Karli Ritter on December 3, 1982, in Kansas City, Missouri, in the United States. Ritter is 38 years old as of 2019.
Karli Ritter Height
Karli stands at an approximated height of 5’4″ (1.62 m).
Karli Ritter Parents|Family
Karli has one younger sister. She has not spoken about her parents. She is also a wife to Chris Lokhard and a mother of two, a daughter and a son.
Karli Ritter Husband
Karli married is married to her husband Chris Lockhard. The couple has a daughter and son Brooks Joseph). Karli has traveled to varied destinations like Tuscany, Antigua, the Bahamas & the Republic of Ireland.
Karli Ritter Education
Karli went to Florida State University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology.
Karli Ritter Salary
Karli receives an annual salary of $ $93,889 per year. This is according to Fox 4 News Salary.
Karli Ritter Net Worth
Karli has an estimated net worth of $100k U.S dollars. Her career as a news Meteorologist is her primary source of income.
Karli Ritter Fox 4 News
Karli is an American Meteorologist working for Fox 4 News. She joined FOX4 in March of 2007 and forecasts for FOX4 News from 5:00-9:00 a.m.
She earned her Certified Broadcast Meteorologist seal in November 2007 from the American Meteorological Society. Karli gives weather updates for the Monday Friday news.
When not on the screen, Karli also likes competitions. In 2017, she participated in the competition ‘A Taste of Leawood’ in the capacity of a judge.
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My husband just reminded me that seven years ago we made a trip of a lifetime to Italy. It was to celebrate six months of rehab & PT after my husband had a horrible ski accident. From barely walking using a walker to using crutches to a cane for months-from me driving him to and from work in the early days of recovery-to finally walking 20,000 plus steps a day all over Italy…this was a memorable trip for so many reasons. While there I also ran my ninth of twelve half marathons that year-through the hills of Tuscany- in honor of my Grampy. We hope to go back again someday soon…until then we’ll just think of those memories from these photos 💗🇮🇹