Dan Satterfield is an American registered meteorologist who currently serves as the Chief Meteorologist for WBOC -TV ( CBS affiliate) in Salisbury Maryland. Satterfield is also the acting Chairman of the AMS Committee. In Jan 2010, they gave him the honor to be a guest of the “National Science Foundation” on a tour in Antarctica.
Dan Satterfield Age
Dan Satterfield comes from Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States of America. He is around 67 years of age.
Dan Satterfield Height
Satterfield has an average height and stands at the height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approximately 1.7 meters).
Dan Satterfield Family
He has been serving as a forecast meteorologist for over 40 and he began it way back in 1980. Nevertheless, details regarding his family’s whereabouts are not available at this moment, this part will be updated thereafter when the information is available.
Dan Satterfield Wife
She shares his wedded life with his better half named Marian. The couple has been together for 28 years and is blessed with two kids. Nowadays, she and his family reside in Salisbury, Peninsula, and Delmarva. They all enjoy its challenging and fun climate.
Dan Satterfield Education
He graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in meteorology. He also holds a master’s degree in Earth science. In addition, Dan owns an award known as the “Certified Broadcast Meteorologist seal” from the AMS.
Dan Satterfield Salary
Dan receives an annual salary of $89,792. This is according to WBOC anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Dan Satterfield’s Net Worth
Dan has an estimated net worth of $3 million US dollars.
Dan Satterfield Career
His career in TV began in Oklahoma City in 1980. Dan also served in Tulsa, Orlando, Birmingham, and Huntsville AL. He has been serving as a weatherman and meteorologist for over 40 years. He has also served as an on-air meteorologist in Orlando, Oklahoma, and Florida. Apart from being a weatherman, he even does some writing and blogging.
She wrote the famous Earth science blog called “Wild Wild Science” Journal for the American Geophysical Union. Dan even developed the “Wild Wild” Weather page which presented the science of weather to students in grades 2 to 7.
In addition, he posts regarding weather and science for his Facebook and Twitter followers. Dan is an active member of the American Meteorological Society, the International ASOC of Broadcast Meteorologists, and the AMS Committee on Station Science.
He is a full member of the American Meteorological Society and the chairman of the AMS Station Science Committee. Furthermore, he has a membership right in the International ASOC of Broadcast Meteorologists.