Melissa Cole Biography
Melissa Cole is a well-reputed American Emmy-nominated Meteorologist and reporter at WFSB. Earlier, she worked as a reporter at WHP located in Harrisburg. She started her career as a weekend meteorologist and now lends an extra hand during extreme weather incidents and also fills in for her co-workers as well.
Melissa Cole Age
Melissa Cole was born in Los Angeles, New York, United States of America. However, she likes to keep her personal life private hence Melissa has not disclosed her exact birth details. She is around 37 years old.
Melissa Cole Height
Melissa is a woman of moderate stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (Approx1.65 m)
Melissa Cole Family
Melissa was born and raised by her caring and devoted in Los Angeles, New York, United States of America. She was brought up along with her brother Col Jeffery and a nephew, Lt Evan Cole who she commissioned into the United States Air Force. Melissa’s dad is a former Army Reserve and received the first salute.
Melissa Cole Husband
She gladly hitched to her lovely husband Jeff. Moreover, the duo has also two lovely children whom Melissa adores very much. They all reside in Hartford, Connecticut, United States.
Melissa Cole Education
She attended and grdauted from West Hartford Ct. Later on, Melissa enrolled at Villanova University where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in both journalism and meteorological studies.
Melissa Cole Salary
She receives a desirable salary of $77,131 per year. This is according to WFSB reporters/meteorologists’ salaries
Melissa Cole’s Net Worth
Melissa Cole has managed to gather a decent fortune over the years she has served and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Melissa Cole Career
Melissa got smitten with the weather later after Hurricane Gloria. She remembers a giant tree being uprooted in front of her childhood home when she was in grade 4 at West Hartford. Before joining WFSB in 2003, Melissa worked at WHP in Harrisburg, PA, and WIVT in Binghamton NY.
She started her career as a weekend meteorologist and now lends an extra hand during extreme weather incidents and also fills in for her co-workers as well. She has been part of the WFSB team for more than a decade. In addition, she is an Emmy-winning reporter who was recently nominated for a pediatric cancer awareness story for the Better Connecticut show.