Lisa Argen Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, ABC7 News KGO-TV
October 18, 2022
Lisa Argen Biography
Lisa Argen is an American award-winning journalist who is currently serving as a meteorologist at ABC7 News KGO-TV in San Francisco, California. Earlier, she served for KRON-TV. Lisa enjoys hiking, biking, skiing, and gardening during her free time.
Lisa Argen Age
Lisa Argen was born in Buffalo, New York, United States. She seems to be around 59 years old.
Lisa Argen Height
Argen appears to be a lady of above-average stature as depicted in her images relative to her surrounding. Argen stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (approximately 1.68 m).
Lisa Argen Family
She was born to his parents and brought up in Buffalo, New York, United States of America. Nevertheless, there is no information about his parents and siblings is not available. Nevertheless, we are reviewing this section and we will update you once we have described the details.
Lisa Argen Husband
She is cheerfully married to her husband named Mike Weir. The duo tied the knot in Windy City, Chicago, and together they share 3 adult kids. Nevertheless, there is no detailed information about kids and we will update you once it emerges.
Lisa Argen Education
Argen graduated in 1986 from Notre Dame University. In 1992, she graduated yet again with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Meteorology from the State University of Mississippi.
Lisa Argen Salary
Argen receives an annual average salary of $124,800. This is according to ABC7 News anchors\reporters salaries.
Lisa Argen Net Worth
Argen has an estimated net worth of between $1 million and $5 million dollars US dollars.
Lisa Argen Career
Argon first joined ABC7 News KGO-TV in 1995. Lisa was welcomed by Jun fog and her most exciting moment was the Dec 1995 wind storm that slammed the Bay Area. Further, the Jewel Box in Golden Gate Park was destroyed and giant redwoods near our home swayed but did not fall.
Lisa produced for the station in 2002 and she has been there since then serving as a meteorologist and presenter.
Her greatest weather challenge is the 1997El Nino winter of 1997. The huge Pacific storms brought drenching rains and damaging winds to the Bay Area which she thinks is the hardest rain in her life.
Impressively, that was the year she was honored for a second time with an award for forecasting by the Bay Area Women in Radio and Tv.
She started her journalism career in Knoxville, Tennessee serving as a weather forecaster for WBIR-TV from 1991 to 1993. While still there, Lisa achieved her forecasting Seal of Approval from the American Meteorology Society. She moved to WFLD in Chicago where she served as a meteorologist for two years.
While there, she forecasted weather and more lake effect snow and ‘Alberta Clippers’ that makes winters famous in Chicago.
Lisa labored as a meteorologist for the KRON station for 5 years prior to taking a break of two years and relocating to Hawaii with her family. Besides, she took the break to focus more on raising her growing family.
Nevertheless, before developing a case of island fever, she got an opportunity to return home and be part of the outstanding weather team at KGO-TV.