Jim Cantore Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Kids, Salary, Weather Channel
Jim Cantore Biography
This is what you need to know about Jim Cantore, an American weatherman best known as an on-air personality for The Weather Channel whose headquarters are in Atlanta, Georgia.
Jim Cantore Age
Cantore was born on 16 February 1964 in Beacon Falls, Connecticut, United States. He is 57 years old as of 2021.
Jim Cantore Height
Cantore stands at a height of 5 feet and 8 inches/1.7m tall.
Jim Cantore Family
Cantore was born to James Cantore and raised in White River Junction, Vermont. He has been blessed with a brother called Vinnie Cantore and Little is known about her parents, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Jim Cantore Husband
Cantore got married to Tamra Zinn in 1990 but divorced in 2009. The couple met while at TWC. Zinn has Parkinson’s disease and the two children they have together have Fragile X syndrome.
The couple divorced in 2009. As a result of his former spouse’s condition and that of his children, Cantore does charitable work for both diseases, supporting FRAXA, the Fragile X Research Foundation, and the Parkinson’s Unity Walk. He has also begun dating CNN’s Andrea Butera in 2010, however, it has not been revealed hence it will be updated.
Jim Cantore Salary
Cantore receives an annual salary of $ 116,374 per year. This is according to a The Weather Channel anchor’s / reporter’s salary.
Jim Cantore Net Worth
Cantore has an estimated Net Worth of $4.5 Million dollars. Her career as a meteorologist is her primary source of income.
Jim Cantore Education
Cantore is graduated from Lyndon State College.
Jim Cantore The Weather Channel
At The Weather Channel, Cantore has been one of the nation’s most respected and renowned forecasters for more than 30 years. His ability to explain to viewers the scientific cause-and-effect of the weather transcends from meteorology to journalism.
He has reported from events such as the Olympics, NASA launches, NFL games, PGA tournaments, and the Winter X Games. He also created the Fall Foliage Forecast. Cantore has covered major weather events such as Hurricanes Katrina, Sandy, Matthew, Irma, and Dorian. He also holds the AMS Television Seal of Approval and received the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration David S. Johnson Award in 2003.