Jason Dunning Bio, Age, Height, Partner, Salary, Net Worth, NBC2
Jason Dunning Biography
Jason Dunning is a renowned American journalist currently serving at NBC2 as a Broadcast meteorologist based in Florida since 2011. Before joining NBC2, he worked as a morning and noon meteorologist at WCBI-TV located in Columbus, Mississippi.
Jason Dunning Age
He was born in Palatka, Florida, United States. However, information regarding his exact date and year of birth is currently unknown.
Jason Dunning Height
Dunning is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (approx. 1.7m).
Jason Dunning Family
Jason was born and brought up by his loving and caring parents in Palatka, Florida, the United States. However, information with regard to his parents’ identity and if he has any siblings remain an enigma to the general public. Nevertheless, details concerning his family members are now under review and will be updated as soon as we possibly can.
Jason Dunning Partner
Jason is openly gay. He is happily married to his lovely partner called Pat Cavlin who also works as a meteorologist on NBC2. The duo happily resides in southwest Florida.
Jason Dunning Education
He matriculated at the University of Florida and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Media. In 2007, he enrolled at Mississippi State University and grdauted with a master’s degree in meteorology.
Jason Dunning Salary
He receives a remarkable salary of $89,620 annually. This is according to Waterman Broadcasting Network meteorologists’ salaries.
Jason Dunning Net Worth
Jason Dunning has victoriously gathered his justly acquired fortune over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Jason Dunning Career
He is the number one rated morning news anchor at NBC 2 based in Southwest Florida. He served as the first-alert storm squad in 2011. Since he was a very young boy, Jason loved and enjoyed looking at the weather. He enjoyed the weather at a very young age. He started his weather broadcasting career at WTOK-TV when he was hired as a weekend Meteorologist in April 2008.
He served at the station for a period of 11 months prior to accepting a job invitation to work in Mississippi where he was hired at WCBI-TV as a morning meteorologist. While there, he covered the costliest, largest, and one of the deadliest tornadoes which happened on April 25, 2011. Jason officially joined his current station in Florida in May 2011.