Morgan Kolkmeyer Biography
Morgan Kolkmeyer is an American Meteorologist, weather anchor, and forecaster. As of now, she is working at the weekdays morning weather anchor from 4-6 am at WGN in Chicago, Illinois. In May 2017, Kolkmeyer joined the WGN WeatherCenter team as a meteorologist.
After working as a morning and midday meteorologist for three years at WREX-TV in Rockford, Illinois
Morgan Kolkmeyer Age
Kolkmeyer was born in Rockford, Chicago, the United States of America on September 3, 1991. She celebrates her birthday on September 3rd every year. Kolkmeyer is 29 years old as of 2020.
Morgan Kolkmeyer Height
Kolkmeyer stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m) tall.
Morgan Kolkmeyer Family
Kolkmeyer was born and raised in Rockford, Chicago the United States of America by her parents. Her parent’s names are John and Jennifer Kolkmeyer. Kolkmeyer has a sister called Mallory.
Morgan Kolkmeyer Husband
Kolkmeyer is a cheerful married Meteorologist to her longtime boyfriend Ryan Michael. On June 11, 2017, the couple got engaged. Kolkmeyer and her boyfriend Ryan Michael tied the knot on April 24, 2018, in Havard, Illinois. The couple is blessed with one son called Brady. Brady was born in January 2020.
Morgan Kolkmeyer Children
Kolkmeyer and her husband are the parents of their son Brady who was born in January 2020.
Morgan Kolkmeyer Education
Kolkmeyer graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology and a minor in Applied Mathematics. From Northern Illinois University in 2013.
Morgan Kolkmeyer Salary
Kolkmeyer receives an annual salary of $44753. This is according to the WGN-TV meteorologist salary.
Morgan Kolkmeyer Net Worth
Kolkmeyer has an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars.
Morgan Kolkmeyer Career
In August 2004, Kolkmeyer’s passion for weather began when she experienced Hurricane Charley. She has gone storm chasing across the Great Plains since then. Kolkmeyer worked as a meteorologist and news anchor for WREX’s 13 News Today and 13 News at Noon for three years before joining WGN-TV.
She also worked at KQDS-TV in Duluth, Minnesota, as a meteorologist and reporter prior to.