Larry Mowry Biography
Larry Mowry is a Meteorologist as of now working as the station’s weatherman in Chicago at ABC7 News. In April 2016, he rejoined the ABc7 meteorological team. Mowry covers every weekday the weather at 4 pm and 6 pm.
He also broadcasts on WCIU channel 26 the 7 pm news. Mowry attended the University Valparaisoin Indiana. And pursued a science and meteorology course in 1996 after his high school diploma.
In 2000, he was awarded a bachelor’s degree in science meteorology and a minor in mathematics.
Larry Mowry Age
He was born in Loudonville, Ohio, the United States, in 1977. He is 45 years old.
Larry Mowry Height
He is 6 ft 2 inches/Approx 1.88 m tall.
Larry Mowry Education
Mowry attended the University Valparaisoin Indiana. And pursued a science and meteorology course in 1996 after his high school diploma. In 2000, he was awarded a bachelor’s degree in science meteorology and a minor in mathematics.
Larry Mowry Family
He has managed to keep his life private regarding his family members and siblings.
Larry Mowry Wife
Mowry is married to his better half wife Lisa Mowry. The couple is blessed with two good-looking children called Parker Grace Mowry and Reagan Mowry.
Larry Mowry Salary
Moery earns an annual salary of $ 20,000 – $ 100,000 per year, according to ABC7 News Station anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Larry Mowry Net Worth
He has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $5 Million.
Larry Mowry Career
Mowry served from 2005 to 2008 in Orlando. Florida at WKMG News as the Morning Meteorologist. He was serving since 2004 as a morning meteorologist at ABC 7’s Saturday before that.
Mowry won an Emmy Award for Weather Ancho and Outstanding On-Camera Talent. From the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in 2017. He has garnered ten Lonestar Emmy Awards for being.
The Best Weathercaster in the state of Texas all through his career.Mowry ranks in the country among the best weather broadcast meteorologists. He showed many tornadoes live on the air.
When he was working in Dallas and has been on the air for countless tornado warnings. His first served back in 2004 as a meteorologist at ABC 7. But he later left the station and joined WCIU channel 26.