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This is what you need to know about Megan Glaros, an American meteorologist working for WBBM-TV in Chicago. Previously, Glaros was the weekend meteorologist for WCBS-TV in New York, and also an entertainment reporter.


Born in Dyer Indiana, Glaros’s birthday or age is not known.


Glaros stands at a height of  ‎5 Feet 7 Inch.


Glaros is married to her husband Lance Bruggeman since 2003 and the two are parents of their three children.


Glaros and Lance Bruggeman have three children namely, a daughter named Lana born on February 11, 2010. Later in June 2012, the couple welcomed twins, a boy and a girl named Leo and Willow.

Salary and Net Worth

Glaros receives an approximated net worth of between $32 to $103k. This is according to the annual salary of a news anchor at WBBM-TV. She has an estimated net worth of $2 million U.S dollars.


Glaros went to Texas Christian University and later Indiana University, where she studied atmospheric sciences and journalism. She was a professional model while in high school and in college.


Glaros started her television career in Parkersburg, West Virginia before moving to Baltimore, Maryland, where she worked for Sinclair Broadcast Group, forecast for up to five different cities a night.

She moved to South Florida in September 2004, where she became the Local 10-morning news meteorologist and host of SportsJam Live.

Glaros joined WCBS-TV in May 2008, as the weekend morning meteorologist and as an entertainment reporter during the week.

Glaros started working as a meteorologist for the CBS 2 Chicago Morning News from August 30, 2010, at 4:30, 5, 6 and 11 am. She has also covered weather news and reporting for CBS This Morning and the CBS Evening News, including reporting on hurricanes Florence and Dorian. She received her American Meteorological Society seal in 2006.