Abby Acone Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, KOMO-TV
September 19, 2020
Abby Acone Biography – Wikipedia
This is what you need to know about Abby Acone a well known American meteorologist and reporter at KOMO – TV. Acone joined the KOMO forecast team in December 2018 as a meteorologist and weather reporter. At KOMO- TV, she’s tracked severe thunderstorms, tornadoes, and major snowstorms.
Acone revealed that she has grown as a forecaster immensely by following the complex weather patterns in the Rockies. She presents forecasts in both English for KRDO and Spanish for the Telemundo affiliate. Before coming to Colorado, she worked as a reporter and weather forecaster in Pasco, Washington for a few years.
Abby Acone Age
The KOMO-TV meteorologist, Acone has not revealed her age or birthday. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Abby Acone Height
Abby Acone Family
Acone is a family girl. When not working she loves to spend time with her family. Although she is yet to reveal their identity, she has thanked them severally for their support in her education and career.
Abby Acone Husband
Abby is a married woman to her husband a Storm Tracker. The couple tied the knot on July 14, 2013, in western Washington. When not working, she loves spending time with her family, and friends in western Washington.
Abby Acone Salary
Acone receives an annual average salary of $107,375. This is according to KOMO-TV meteorologist salary.
Abby Acone Net Worth
Acone has an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars. Her career as a meteorologist is the primary source of her income.
Abby Acone Education
Acone graduated with two degrees: Communication and Spanish from Washington State University. She is also a graduate with her meteorology degree from Mississippi State University class of 2017.
Abby Acone Career
Acone joined the KOMO forecast team in December 2018 as a meteorologist and weather reporter. Prior to joining KOMO, she was the morning and midday meteorologist for the ABC affiliate in Colorado Springs, KRDO, for more than four years. Acone made her television debut in Tri-Cities, Washington, for KEPR/KIMA TV. She worked there as a general assignment reporter and weekend weather anchor for two years. She loved living in eastern Washington and experiencing the winter weather, thunderstorms, and wind events that are so common in the Columbia Basin.
In 2017 – won the “Best Weathercast” award from the Associated Press for her division in the western states.
She has also received multiple awards for her reporting contributions. Additionally, Abby has earned her National Weather Association Seal of Approval.