Ed Piotrowski is an eminent American Award-winning journalist and meteorologist nowadays operating as the chief meteorologist at ABC 15 WPDE-TV located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. He visits and speaks to thousands of people at numerous churches, festivals, charity functions, civic groups, and schools every year.
Whenever she is not working, he enjoys spending time with his family, fishing, running, and watching television.
Ed Piotrowski Age
Ed Piotrowski was born in December 1967, in the United States of America. He is 55 years of age.
Ed Piotrowski Height
He is a man of average stature and stands at the height of 6 feet 2 inches ( Approximately 1.88 meters).
Ed Piotrowski Family
Ed was born to his staunch dad and his loving mum in the USA. His dad was a Marine gunnery sergeant E9 with covert helicopters. Ed was Brought up as a military brat, emigrating from town to town throughout his dad’s 3-decade career with the Marines. Ed had a brother who died on at 31 years old due to Cancer. Similarly, Ed has a sibling sister named Terry. Terry is cheerfully married to her darling husband called Chris.
Ed Piotrowski Wife
Ed is a wedded man. He resides in a healthy relationship with the love of his life, Cindy. They tied the knot in Oct 2016 and commemorated the wedding anniversary of six years. Nevertheless, he has not shared any details concerning his spouse.
Ed Piotrowski Education
He studied at a local high school. Later, Ed enrolled at North Carolina State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Meteorology. Ed is too a recipient of Magna Cum Laude and keeps the Seal of Approval from the American Meteorological Society.
Ed Piotrowski Salary
He receives an annual salary of $84,364. This is according to WPDE-TV anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Ed Piotrowski Net Worth
Ed has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million US dollars.
Ed Piotrowski Career
Ed is nowadays operating as the chief meteorologist for the station. He has spent his whole 30 years career in broadcasting in the coastal Carolinas. In his 27 years tenure in the station, he has been appointed for an Emmy Award twice. He has also been designated the Best Weathercaster in the Carolinas by the Radio Television Digital News Association of the Carolinas two times.
Moreover, he was named two times by the South Carolina Broadcasters Association, the Best Weathercaster in South Carolina twice by the South Carolina Associated Press, and named also as the Best Weathercaster in South Carolina.
He was the recipient of the John Coleman National award in 2018 for his Hurricane Florence coverage before, during, and after. Similarly, he was recognized with the prestigious Honorary Life Membership Award from the South Carolina Broadcast Association. The award was for showing exceptional service to broadcasting in South Carolina. Additionally, he was named Best of the Beach 17 years in a row and Myrtle Beach’s Citizen of the year in 2018.