Brandon Roux is a well-known American meteorologist working at Local 4 News Morning as a weather anchor from 4:30 to 7 am and on Local 4 News at Noon.
He covers everything from weather and storm destruction to amazing features. Brandon has covered major weather events like the Dexter Tornado and had a word with Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford on the need for more youth fitness.
Before, he served as a Broadcast Meteorologist for WBNS-TV, the CBS affiliate based in Columbus, Ohio. Brandon then moved on to WFTC-TV in Minneapolis, Minnesota, KTNV-TV in Las Vegas, Nevada, and KIVI-TV in Boise, Idaho.
In addition, He is a Type 1 Diabetic who volunteers with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation in Southfield, Michigan, and also the Michigan Chapter of the American Diabetes Association. He is determined to finding a cure and is among the disease’s proud faces in Detroit.
Moreover, he was given seal of approval by the American Meteorological Society and also the National Weather Association. Brandon was the recipient of the 2009 Association Press Award for Excellent Weather Operation and also the Best Weather Continuing Coverage for his weather coverage.
Brandon Roux Age
Brandon Roux was born and brought up in the Chicago suburbs however, his age and birthday are not known.
Brandon Roux Wife
Roux is married to his wife for more than a decade now. The couple has two children.
Brandon Roux Height
Roux stands at a moderate height however the exact details about body measurements are not known.
Brandon Roux Salary
Roux receives an annual average salary that ranges between $45,550 – $110,550.
Brandon Roux Net Worth
Roux has an estimated net worth of $1 Million. He earned his wealth mainly through his career as a meteorologist.