Jordan Steele was born in the US, but because of his intense secrecy, he has not disclosed his year or day of birth, therefore it is unknown how old he is. Previously, from March 2017 until March 2020, he worked as a Host and Evening Meteorologist at KING 5 Media Group in Seattle, Washington. Before that, from August 2012 to March 2017, he worked as a Meteorologist and Graphic Lifestyle Host at KEYE-TV in Austin, TX.
Jordan Steele Age
Jordan Steele was born in the US, however, his exact age is unknown due to his intensely private personality, for which he has withheld both his year and day of birth.
Jordan Steele Height
Steele stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 8 inches/1.73m tall.
Jordan Steele Education
Jordan attended at Northern Arizona University in 2004 and graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor of Film and ScienceElectronic Media. Later that year, he transferred to Mississippi State University, where he obtained a diploma in broadcast meteorology in 2011.
Jordan Steele Family
His caring and lovely parents raised him in the United States of America. He keeps a low profile when it comes to his family, and he has not given any information about his siblings, mother, or father, thus this information will be updated as soon as authentic and relevant material becomes available.
Jordan Steele Wife
He is happily married to his lovely wife Dani. Jordan and Dani tied the knot on September 14. The wonderful couple has three adorable children, one amazing boy named Kinlin who has Down syndrome, and two stunning twins.
Jordan Steele Salary
Jordan receives an annual salary of $68,554.
Jordan Steele’s Net Worth
Jordan’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Jordan Steele Career
Jordan created and delivered precise forecasts for Central Texas, including Austin and the surrounding cities, when he was working there. Jordan worked 24-hour shifts during extreme weather conditions. Additionally, Jordan and the other meteorologists covered severe weather.
During his time there, Jordan presented and created reliable predictions for Central Texas, including Austin and the surrounding areas. Jordan worked around-the-clock shifts during extreme weather situations. Jordan, along with the other Meteorologists, also provided coverage for severe weather.
Furthermore, he reported assignments such as environmental tales, weather specials, and travel parts during the week. He worked as a Meteorologist for KMTR-TV in Eugene, Oregon, from August 2010 to September 2012.
From June 2008 through July 2010, he worked as a Reporter and Weather Anchor at KEPR-TV in Pasco, WA. Jordan also served as a Morning Reporter and Meteorologist for the CBS station in Tri-Cities, WA. He aided in the production of daily live forecasts, weather tasks with a local radio station, and Live AM reporting during the week. Jordan worked as a Production Assistant at KUSI Television from May to August 2006.