Matt Serwe Biography
Matt Serwe is a preeminent American journalist currently working as a Meteorologist at KETV based in Omaha since joining in November 2012. Prior to joining his current station, he worked as a morning meteorologist at WJFW in Wisconsin.
Matt Serwe Age
Matt Serwe was born in Wauwatosa, Milwaukee, in the United States of America. He may be around 34 years old, although details regarding his date and year of birth are not available at the moment.
Matt Serwe Height
Matt stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 8 inches (approx. 1.72m.)
Matt Serwe Family
Matt was born to his hardworking and dedicated parents in Wauwatosa, Milwaukee, in the United States. Nevertheless, Matt has not shared any information with reference to his parents and if he has any siblings. We will keep you posted on matters regarding his lovely family.
Matt Serwe Partner
Matt is openly gay. He is happily married to his good-looking and caring husband, whose name is not known at the moment. Nevertheless, due to Matt’s secretive nature, his husband’s profession is unknown at the moment. The adorable couple now resides in Omaha alongside their pet dog.
Matt Serwe Education
Upon his graduation from high school, Matt decided to join the University of Wisconsin where he graduated with a degree in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences in 2009.
Matt Serwe Salary
He bags an ample salary of $98,720 annually. This is in accordance with KETV meteorologists’ salaries.
Matt Serwe Net Worth
Matt Serwe has successfully stockpiled his decently acquired fortune over the previous years and has an estimate net worth of $1.5 million.
Matt Serwe Career
Following his graduation from the university, Matt started his career as a journalist in Rhinelander, where he was commissioned as a morning meteorologist at WJFW. He served at the station for a period of 3 years, where he forecasted hurricanes, tornadoes, and brutal winters.
In 2012, he left the station and took a job invitation to serve as a meteorologist at her current station located in Omaha. Matt’s memorable moments during his career as a meteorologist were running through the snow-covered streets of Rhinelander and being hit with a baseball-sized hailstone in Madison.