Christopher Nunley Biography
Christopher Nunley is a well-reputed American meteorologist. He is popularly known for working as a Meteorologist at KING 5. He commenced his work here in March 2022. Previously, he worked as a Weekend Meteorologist and Chief Meteorologist at TEGNA in Seattle, Washington, United States for 4 years and 3 months.
Christopher Nunley Age
Nunley’s exact age has not been revealed. We’ll update this section as soon as we find out when and where he was born.
Christopher Nunley Height
Nunley stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches/1.7m tall.
Christopher Nunley Education
Nunley graduated from Mississippi State University with a Master of Science and a Doctor of Philosophy in Meteorology.
Christopher Nunley Family
Nunley was born in the United States to parents from Texas. Our efforts to learn more about his family were futile because no such information was accessible to the public.
Christopher Nunley Wife
Nunley has not disclosed any information about his marital status. As a result, determining whether or not he is married is difficult. Moreover, it is also unknown whether Chris has any children.
Christopher Nunley Salary
Christopher earns an annual salary of $87343. This is according to KING 5 salaries to meteorologists.
Christopher Nunley’s Net Worth
Christopher’s accumulated net worth ranges between $1 million- $5 million.
Christopher Nunley Career
Nunley came to KING-TV from KAGS, where he was the Chief and weekend meteorologist. He worked as a morning meteorologist and weather producer at KRQE News from 2018 to 2019. He created and provided detailed forecasts for four microclimates spanning New Mexico, Eastern Arizona, and Southern Colorado. He grew up watching Rich Marriott on KING 5, and now he has the opportunity to work alongside him as a KING 5 Meteorologist.
He is a Firsthand Weather Co-Owner and Co-Founder. Since January 2010, they have been generating seasonal perspectives using climatology, seasonal numerical advice, and present teleconnections. As a Mason County native who recalls the Puget Sound Windstorm of 1993, he was inspired to pursue a career in meteorology.
His research on presenting weather forecasts as well as hazard and risk perceptions has appeared in the Southeastern Geographer and the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. His television career has taken him from Albuquerque, New Mexico, to College Station, Texas, to Austin, Texas, and back to the lovely Emerald City.
He has covered tornadoes, blizzards, and dust storms, as well as wildfires, hurricanes, hailstorms, flooding, extreme heat, and cold, along those routes. He enjoys forecasting the harsh weather of Western Washington because Mother Nature and the weather keep him on his toes.