Joe Furey Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, WTNH News 8
Joe Furey Biography
Joe Furey is an eminent American meteorologist currently serving at WTNH News 8( ABC-affiliated) based in New Haven, Connecticut, the United States as the Co-Chief meteorologist. Joe also anchors the 11 pm newscasts as well as broadcasts the weather from 5 pm to 6 pm. In October 2017, He became part of the station’s weather team. In addition, Joe anchors at WC TX the 8 pm to 10 pm news.
Joe Furey Age
Joy was born in Norwalk, Connecticut, United States of America. He may be around 65 years old looking at his appearance, though he has not revealed his exact age and date of birth.
Joe Furey Height
Furey stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 inches ( Approx 1.73m).
Joe Furey Family
He was born in Norwalk, Connecticut, United States of America to his caring father and loving mother. Joe grew up in Connecticut, Norwalk, with his grandparents originating from Canada, Newfoundland. Nonetheless, Joe has not disclosed any details about his parents and siblings. We shall update you on this part as soon as we have clear details in regard to his family members.
Joe Furey Wife
He is a married man to his caring and pretty wife Tracey Furey. The couple has four stunning daughters and a son called Jake. Joe until he was 50 played competitive baseball and is a big Yankee fan while his adorable wife loves the Red Sox.
Joe Furey Education
He attended and graduated with his high school diploma from Central Catholic High School. Later, Joe graduated from the University of Villanova University. Additionally, Joe at the University of Western Connecticut State did Meteorological studies.
Joe Furey Salary
Joe receives an average salary of $75,624 per year. This is according to WTNH News 8 anchor’s and reporters’ salaries.
Joe Furey Net Worth
Furey has an approximate net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars.
Joe Furey Career
In October 2017, He became part of News 8. After his graduation, He became a Graduate Teacher/ Assistant and later Assistant Director of the University of Western Connecticut State Weather Center based in Danbury. He served under Dr. Mel Goldstein. Later, He moved to Hartford and became the Director of The New England Weather Service. There, Joe did daily weather forecasting for clients such as Northeast Utilities. He has also done various radio station jobs such as WAVZ, KC101, as well as WICC.
His tv career began at NEWS12 Connecticut. Joe then moved to Hartford. One of his favorite weather stories is setting up their weather data recording station when Dr. Mel put Joe in charge, It was a brand new weather station to be set on the roof above the weather office at WCSU’.
A few weeks later, Hurricane Gloria showed up. When the anemometer registered an 83 mph wind gust, they were all excited and smashed on the ground while the team was watching, and then the newly set weather station flew past the window.