Adam Claibon Biography
Adam Claibon is a well-reputed journalist from the United States. He presently works at KING 5 TEGNA Inc. in Seattle, Washington as a Meteorologist, since October 2020. Before joining King 5, he was a Morning Meteorologist at Nexstar Broadcasting Group, Inc.’s WCIA3 for four years and one month. In addition, the Michigan Association of Broadcasters named him the best weathercaster in 2013.
Adam Claibon Age
Adam Claibon was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the United States. This section is currently being examined, and an update will be posted soon.
Adam Claibon Height
Adam is 5 ft 8 in/1.77 m tall.
Adam Claibon Family
Adam was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota to a hardworking mother and father and grew up in the United States. He is secretive and has kept information about his family’s (parents and/or siblings) whereabouts hidden from the public.
Adam Claibon Wife
Despite being a well-known meteorologist, Adam has kept information about his marital relationship private. Furthermore, there is no information about whether he is dating, married, or engaged.
Adam Claibon Education
Adam graduated from Booker T. Washington Magnet High School with honors. Following graduation, he enrolled at Florida State University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in meteorology in 2011.
Adam Claibon Salary
Adam annually receives a salary of $81,843.
Adam Claibon Net Worth
Adam’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Adam Claibon Career
Since October 2020, Adam has worked as a Meteorologist at KING 5 TEGNA Inc. in Seattle, Washington. Prior to joining King 5, he was a Morning Meteorologist at Nexstar Broadcasting Group, Inc. for four years and one month. In addition, the Michigan Association of Broadcasters named him the best weathercaster in 2013.
During his time at WCIA, he covered the state’s largest December tornado outbreak in December 2018. However, the area was hit by 29 tornadoes, none of which killed anyone. In December 2012, he began his career at WBKB-TV Thunder Bay Broadcasting in Alpena, Michigan. He was hired as the station’s Chief Meteorologist and was named Best Weathercast by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters.
He also recalls the coldest month in Alpena’s history, February 2015, as well as the harsh winters that nearly caused Lake Huron to freeze completely in 2013 and 2014. In his spare time, he enjoys outdoor activities, as well as eating, volunteering at church, and participating in sports.