Ben Gelber Biography
Ben Gelber is a well-known meteorologist in the United States. He has been a meteorologist for WCMH-TV, NBC4 in Columbus, OH since July 1980. He creates television forecasts as well as science reports. In addition, Ben is also an author of various publications including “Benjamin Franklin on Global Warming”.
Ben Gelber Age
Ben Gelber was born in the United States on October 28, 1954. He is 65 years old.
Ben Gelber Height
Ben stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 in /1.7 m tall.
Ben Gelber Family
Ben was born in the United States on October 28, 1954, to kind and loving parents. Ben has not disclosed any information about his parents or siblings as of yet.
He has a happy marriage with his wife, Michelle Gelber. Ben and his wife Michelle have three sons, Justin, Joshua, and Jordan, and live in Hilliard, Ohio. Ben hasn’t revealed much about his wife and sons so far.
Ben Gelber Education
Ben attended Penn State University after finishing primary and secondary school. Ben received his bachelor of science degree in climatology in 1978. In addition, he has a master’s degree in meteorology from Northern Illinois University. He also earned a master’s degree in atmospheric sciences and meteorology from Northern Illinois University in 1980.
Ben Gelber Salary
Ben earns an annual salary of $81,117.
Ben Gelber Net Worth
Ben’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Ben Gelber Career
In third grade, he was already a practicing meteorologist, covering daily morning classroom forecasts. He has also written six state weather history books, numerous articles in meteorological journals and newspapers, and an op-ed piece for the New York Times titled “Ben Franklin on Global Warming.”
Following the installation of a rain gauge and temperature shelter at NBC4 in 1996-97, he was classified as a cooperative weather observer for the National Weather Service in Columbus. At the annual Spring Storm Spotter Training sessions at the OSU Fawcett Center, Ben volunteers with the Weather Service, Franklin County Emergency Management Agency, and Homeland Security.
He enjoys giving community weather presentations and teaching seminars, as well as judging science fairs and moderating science panels on topics ranging from air quality to climate change.