Mike Seidel Biography
Mike Seidel is a well-known American On-Camera Meteorologist and field reporter working on The weather channel based in Atlanta Georgia since March 1992. He covers the breaking weather coverage for The Weather Channel as well as all local NBC affiliates and NBC stations. Before, he worked as a meteorologist at WBOC-TV based in Salisbury, Maryland for two years and seven months.
Mike Seidel Age
Mike Seidel was born on 18th January 1956, in Salisbury, Maryland in the United States of America. He is 66 years old.
Mike Seidel Height
Mike Seidel is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.74 m).
Mike Seidel Family
Mike Seidel was born to his caring mother, Marylin, and supportive father, Samuel W. Seidel in Salisbury, Maryland, United States of America. Mike’s mother served as a nurse while his dad served as an insurance executive.
Mike Seidel Wife
He is happily married to his devoted wife named Christine Schroder since 1994. The pair is blessed with two pretty children called Sammy seidel and Zoey Seidel.
Mike Seidel Education
He attended and graduated from Wicomico Senior High School. Later on, Mike enrolled at Salisbury State College and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Double Major in Mathematics and Geography. Additionally, he holds a Master’s degree from Pennsylvania State University in Meteorology. In 1988, Mike earned the American Meteorological Society’s Television Seal of Approval.
Mike Seidel Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary of $99,654 annually. This is according to The weather channel On-Camera Meteorologists’ salaries.
Mike Seidel Net Worth
Mike Seidel has served in the media station for more than 20 years and managed to accumulate a hefty fortune and build her career and has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Mike Seidel Career
Currently, Mike serves as an On-Camera Meteorologist and field reporter on The weather channel based in Atlanta, Georgia since March of 1992. He covers the breaking weather coverage for The Weather Channel as well as all local NBC affiliates and NBC stations. He was the first meteorologist to report live from Cuba while reporting on Tropical Storm Isaac in August 2012.
Additionally, he has reported live reports for the Today Show on NBC as well as the ‘Nightly News’ at the MSNBC and CNBC stations. Mike also anchored on CBS Sunday Morning, CBS Evening News, ABC-TV World News Tonight, ‘The Early Show, ‘Nightline’, ‘Good Morning America’ and ‘World News Now’ and also FOX News and CNN.
Mike covered a snowstorm developing in Rochester, New York State marking his 20,000th live shot.
Before, he worked as a meteorologist at WBOC-TV based in Salisbury, Maryland for two years and seven months. He debuted his career as a meteorologist on WYFF-TV based in Greenville, South Carolina, where he served for a period of six years.
Moreover, he was honored with Phi Kappa Phi, the National Meteorology Honor Society, and Omicron Delta Kappa National Honor Societies at Penn State. In 1996, he was invited to join the Obelisk Society in acknowledgment of his support of Penn State’s department of meteorology.