Stephen Bowers Biography
Stephen Bowers is a well-known American Journalist who has presently been serving at KKCO 11 News as a Chief Meteorologist since May 2022. Before that, Stephen worked in Mississippi at a Gray Television sister station.
Stephen Bowers Age
Stephen Bowers was born in Pensacola, Florida and his age is not known because he has not disclosed his year and date of birth.
Stephen Bowers Height
Bowers stands at a moderate stature but he has not publicized his actual height.
Stephen Bowers Family
He was born and nurtured in Pensacola, Florida by his loving and protective parents. Stephen has not mentioned any details about his siblings and parents in public due to his secretive nature hence this information will be updated as soon as Stephen does.
Stephen Bowers Wife
Stephen is not only a renowned journalist but also an enigmatic person who keeps a low profile when it comes to his marital status and he has not babbled any information regarding his past and present relationships therefore this info will be updated as soon as Stephen does.
Stephen Bowers Education
He joined Pensacola State College where he acquired a degree and afterward enrolled at Florida State University for meteorology where he graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism.
Stephen Bowers Salary
Stephen receives an annual salary of between $40, 000 to $110, 000 and this is according to KKCO 11 News Chief Meteorologists’ salaries.
Stephen Bowers’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars and his career at KKCO 11 News as a Chief Meteorologist is the main source of his income.
Stephen Bowers Career
Presently Stephen has been serving at KKCO 11 News as a Chief Meteorologist since May 2022. Before that, Stephen worked in Mississippi at a Gray Television sister station. He served on the other side of the mountains in Colorado Springs for around five years. Thereafter, Stephen served in Meridian, Mississippi, and in Huntsville, Alabama.
He has reported on wildfires, such as the Black Forest Fire, snow storms, ice storms, hurricanes, and historic tornado outbreaks for over one and a half decades. When he is not at the station working, he loves driving in the mountains, hiking, reading, and traveling.