Steve Beylon Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary and Net Worth WBAY

Steve Beylon
Steve Beylon

Steve Beylon Biography

Steve Beylon is a meteorologist who works at WBAY Action 2 News as a weather forecaster, she began working here in June 2006 after spending time as a field weather reporter in the United States of America, Pennsylvania, Topeka, Arkansas, and Erie.

Steve earned a degree in Broadcast Meteorology from Valparaiso University in Indiana.

Steve Beylon Age

Steves age is yet to be known, research is ongoing and this information will be updated soon.

Steve Beylon Height

Steve is 5 feet 7 inches/1.70 m tall.

Steve Beylon Education

Steve earned a degree in Broadcast Meteorology from Valparaiso University in Indiana.

Steve Beylon Family

Steve hasn’t released information regarding his family, he likes to keep a low profile, as soon as we get updates on this information will update it.

Steve Beylon Wife

Steve is a married man to Sarah. They have four kids. He hasn’t let out more information on this research is ongoing will update this as soon as available.

Steve Beylon Education

The two have four kids, however, Steve hasn’t let out more information regarding this and will be updated soon as available.

Steve Beylon Salary

Steve earns an annual salary of $52,200. This is according to WBAY salaries to meteorologists.

Steve Beylon Net Worth

Steve’s estimated net worth ranges between $10k and $500k.

Steve Beylon Career

Steve is a meteorologist who works at WBAY Action 2 News as a weather forecaster, she began working at the WBAY Green Bay in June 2006 as a field weather reporter in various places in Pennslyvania, United States of America, Topeka, Arkansas, and Erie.

Growing up in Hillsdale, New Jersey, he was in third grade where his passion for weather began, also he remembers watching New York Yankees games.

Steve earned a degree in Broadcast Meteorology from Valparaiso University in Indiana and from the American Meteorological Society he holds the title and seal of a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist, other than the seal of CBM, he also is a member of the National Weather Association.

After his determination and hard work were recognized and rewarded, in June of 2017, it led to his promotion to WBAY’s Chief Meteorologist.