Lindsey Slater Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, WISN 12
Lindsey Slater Biography
This is what you need to know about Lindsey Slater, an American Meteorologist and the current weather correspondent at WISN 12 News since June of 2016. Having loved the weather since her childhood, Slater would go running outside to take snapshots of thunder and bad storms.
Lindsey Slater Age
How Old Is Lindsey Slater? Lindsey was born on May 15, 1986, in the USA. She is 35 years old as of 2021.
Lindsey Slater Height
- Slater stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches/ 1.67 meters tall.
Lindsey Slater Family
Slater is a wife to Mark. Little is known about her parents and siblings. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Lindsey Slater Husband
Lindsey is a married woman to her husband Mark. The couple moved to Mississippi in 2009 when Lindsey began to work at FOX 40 WDBD-TV. Slater shared her husband’s photo on Twitter, saying she just celebrated her 10th anniversary on 7 December 2017.
Lindsey Slater Salary
Slater receives an annual average salary of $55500. This is according to the annual average salary of an anchor/reporter at WISN 12.
Lindsey Slater Net Worth
Slater has an approximated net worth of between $1 million U.S dollars. Her career as a meteorologist is the primary source of her income.
Lindsey Slater Education
Slater graduated from Carroll College (now Carroll University) in Waukesha, Wisconsin with a B.S. in Environmental Science. She graduated from Mississippi State University with a B.S. in Broadcast Meteorology while working at her first job in Jackson, Mississippi.
Lindsey Slater Career
Slater started her weather career in 2006, as an intern with none other than Chief Meteorologist Mark Baden at WISN 12. She also worked with the WKOW Weather Team in Madison, Wisconsin, where she polished her on-camera skills. She has also interned at the National Weather Service in Sullivan, Wisconsin. “When I was at the National Weather Service, it was amazing to see what went into issuing watches and warnings,” she said.
It was during her time there that she became a certified storm spotter. She joined Fox affiliate WDBD-TV in 2009, . While there, she covered the now historic tornado outbreak of April 27, 2011, major flooding along the Mississippi River, and even a snowstorm (for Jackson, that’s about 4 inches).
In 2012, she moved to Springfield, Missouri, one year after an EF-5 tornado struck Joplin. Slater covered everything from severe storms to snow and ice. Finally, she returned home to WISN 12 in 2016. Slater is a member of the American Meteorological Society and has the National Weather Association TV Weathercaster Seal of Approval #1604075.