Bradon Long is a well-known American journalist serving Fox43 as a chief meteorologist. Prior to joining the station, he was serving for WPMT in Harrisburg, PA as a news anchor and weekday meteorologist.
Bradon Long Age
Bradon Long was born on Oct 18, 1994, in Northwest Oklahoma, in the United States of America. He is 28 years of age.
Bradon Long Height
Bradon stands at a moderate height is 5 ft 6 in ( approx 1.68m ).
Bradon Long Family
Bradon is a resident of Northwest Oklahoma, in the United States of America. He is the son of Leroy Long, his dad, and Mrs. Long, his mum. Further, his dad worked in the United States Military between the mid-’80s to the ’90s. Thus, he has not revealed whether he has any siblings due to his secretive nature.
Bradon Long Husband
He got wedded to his handsome husband Timothy Fahnestock on Sep 4, 2022, in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. He proposed to his partner on Aug 6, 2021, in Central Park during a trip to New York City. The couple lives together in Harrisburg, PA together with their dog named Smokie. Further, his boyfriend holds his birthday every Nov 25.
Bradon Long Education
Bradon studied and graduated from Laverne High School in Oklahoma in 2012. He thereupon enlisted at the University of Oklahoma where he earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism with a minor in Meteorology and International studies in 2016. While in college, he also served television stations in Tulsa and Oklahoma City as a meteorologist.
Bradon Long Salary
He pockets an annual salary of $98,700 and this is according to Fox43 anchors’/reporters salaries.
Bradon Long’s Net Worth
Bradon has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million -$5 Million US dollars.
Bradon Long Career
Bradon is now serving as a chief meteorologist for FOX 43 in Harrisburg. Prior to joining the station, he was serving as a weekday meteorologist and news anchor for WPMT. During his career as a meteorologist, he has provided coverage for tornadoes, severe storms in Oklahoma, snow, ice, hurricanes, and hail.
Further, while serving for FOX 43, he provided coverage for the effects of Covid-19 in Harrisburg, created a segment for local community theatres, and Center Stage, and narrated teaching stories during High School Football Frenzy.
During his free time, he spends his free time playing golf, reading a good Agatha Christie mystery, visiting the local vineyard, and cheering on his University of Oklahoma Sooners.