Pete Delkus is a Meteorologist presently working in Dallas, Texas at WFAA-TV News as the Chief Meteorologist. He joined WFAA-TV in June 2005 and has served since then as the Chief Meteorologist.
Pete since joining the station has won 16 Emmy Awards. He is among the most proficient weathermen in the U.S.A as well as competent. Delius’s work has earned him friends to the public, respect from his family, and love.
Delkus was born in Centreville, Illinois, United States, on September 4, 1965. He is 56 years old.
He is 6 ft 1 inches/ Approx 1.85 m tall.
Delkus received a Bachelor of Science in TV, Radio, and Film from the University of Southern Illinois Edwardsville (SIUE) after high school. He also earned a master’s-level meteorology course from the University of Mississippi State later on.
Delkus likes to keep his life concerning his father, mother, and siblings.
He is married to his pretty and caring wife Jacque Delkus. The duo in 1991 tied the knot. The couple is blessed with two amazing children namely Peter Delkus. And Emily Delkus and the family live in Texas, Dallas.
Delkus receives an annual salary of $ 20,000 – $ 100,000, according to WFAA-TV News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
He has an approximated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Delkus began serving in June 2005 at WFAA-TV. He holds both seals of approval from the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society. Delkus won several Emmy Awards including “Outstanding Host of Special Event Coverage – Big D NYE”.
Outstanding Weathercast”, “Outstanding Host of a News Special”. And “Outstanding Weather Anchor”. He also holds four awards four times from First Place winner of “Best Weathercast”. In Texas and Associated Press while at WFAA.
From 1996 to 2005, Pete Delkus served in Cincinnati, Ohio at WCPO-TV as the chief meteorologist. While serving there, Pete Delkus won 2 Awards for best regularly scheduled from Associated Press Awards weather.
Before joining WCPO-TV, Pete Dalkus worked for four years in Orlando, Florida WFTV as a meteorologist and news reporter.