Jeff Lawson Biography
Jeff Lawson is a well-known American Journalist presently working in Norfolk, Virginia as a chief meteorologist at 13News Now, WVEC-TV. Before that, he worked in Washington, D.C. as a Meteorologist at WTTG Fox 5.
Jeff Lawson Age
Jeff Lawson was born in Virginia, United States of America. He is around 66 years old. Nonetheless, his exact birth details are not publicly known and so is his age.
Jeff Lawson Height
Jeff is 5 feet 11 inches tall (Approx. 1.8 m).
Jeff Lawson Family
Jeff was born and raised by his hardworking and supportive parents in the United States. Nevertheless, he has kept a closed mouth when it comes to talking about his family and their information is currently unavailable. However, we will be reviewing this module and update you as soon information from a reliable source emerges.
Jeff Lawson Wife
He is married to his unidentified wife for more than 3 decades. The duo shares three wonderful children and a cat. However, Jeff has not revealed any information with reference to his wife and children and we will therefore update you as soon information emerges.
Jeff Lawson Education
He attended Penn State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology.
Jeff Lawson Salary
He receives an ample salary of $125,674 annually. This is according to 13News Now chief meteorologists’ salaries.
Jeff Lawson’s Net Worth
Jeff has over the years stockpiled a hefty fortune from his victorious career and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Jeff Lawson Career
He currently works in Norfolk, Virginia as a chief meteorologist at 13News Now, WVEC-TV since August 1990. Before that, he worked in Washington, D.C. as a weekday reporter and weekend meteorologist at WTTG Fox 5 from November 1987 to 1990. Prior to that, he worked in Richmond, Virginia as a meteorologist for both NBC12 Raycom Media and WWBT from 1983 until 1987.
Furthermore, Jeff worked for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration from January 1982 to 1883. In addition, he worked as a meteorologist for Accu-Weather in State College, Pennsylvania Area. While there, he was responsible for calling weathercasters who were not meteorologists and telling them what to say on television that night. Also, he did radio forecasts for other clients such as ski resorts, municipalities, and power companies.