Nick Allard Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Salary, Net Worth KIRO 7

Nick Allard Biography

Nick Allard works in Seattle, Washington at the CBS-affiliated television station, KIRO 7 as a morning and noon meteorologist, he started working here in October of 2015. His reports on weather stories are accurate and informative.

Nick Allard Age

Nick hasn’t revealed any information regarding his exact birth year and day, research is ongoing, this information will be updated.

Nick Allard Height

Nick is quite a reserved person and due to this less about of him is known he hasn’t revealed his exact height, however, will update this information as soon as available.

Nick Allard Education

Allard graduated from Washington State University with a B.A. in Broadcast News & Production. He got his Meteorology Certification Program at Mississippi State University and a seal from the American Meteorological Society.

Nick Allard Parents

Research on information about his parents and siblings is still ongoing and information about this will be updated soon.

 Nick Allard Wife

Allard is married and a father of three, but not much is known of his private life will update this as soon as available.

Nick Allard Children

Allard fathers three kids. His last kid was born, in 2017 a little girl. More information on the kids will be updated.

Nick Allard Salary

Allard earns an annual salary ranging between $33,774 – $112,519. This is according to KIRO 7 meteorologists’ salaries.

Nick Allard Net Worth

Allard’s estimated net worth ranges between $1 million – $5 million.

Nick Allard Career

Before joining KIRO 7, he worked in Portland from 2009-2015 at KGW as the weekday morning meteorologist and also worked in Seattle for KING 5 and NWCN as the weekday/weekend morning meteorologist.

He covered major storms of the past few years, like the major flooding that took place and the Hanukah Eve storm.

He also worked in the Tri-Cities and Yakima Washington at KVEW-42/KAPP-35, from 2003-2006, as a weather anchor, before he became the main weather anchor, he updated the community with reports for about a year.

He was based out of the Tri-Cities but still anchored and produced for both stations, the weathercasts for the 5, 6, and 11, and hosted Association Telethons, Muscular Dystrophy, and ultimate Yard Makeovers.