Lori Pinson Biography
Lori Pinson is a prominent American meteorologist currently working as a weather forecast, host, and reporter at Fox2 News located in Detroit. In 1994, Lori was serving as a health reporter as well as a weekend weather forecaster at WBFF-TV stationed in Baltimore, and in 1997, she was promoted to be a science reporter as well as the chief Meteorologist. From 2004 to 2006, Lori took the same role at WUSA-TV located in Washington.
Lori Pinson Age
Lori Pinson was born in Detroit, United States of America. However, Lori has not divulged any information concerning her exact birth details.
Lori Pinson Height
Lori is a woman of tall stature and stands at a height of 6 feet 0 inches (Approx 1.8m).
Lori Pinson Family
Lori was born to her caring mother Delphin and her devoted father in Detroit, United States of America. She flew radio control planes with her father at River Rouge and fished the Detroit River. Lori went to Tigers and Pistons games with her mother. Lori’s relatives worked on the Windsor Tunnel and also Scott Fountain.
Lori Pinson Education
After her high school education, she matriculated at Penn State University for her undergraduate degree in Meteorology. Later, she enrolled at John Hopkins University and finalized her Post Graduate study and research in Environmental Science.
Lori Pinson Husband
She is gladly married to her beloved husband called Larry Pinson. During her free time, Lori enjoys cooking, traveling alongside her husband, or dining somewhere delicious.
Lori Pinson Salary
She receives a decent salary of $72,143 per year. This is according to FOX 2 weather forecasters’ salaries.
Lori Pinson Net Worth
Lori Pinson has stockpiled a decent fortune over she has served and has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million.
Lori Pinson Career
At this present moment, Lori she works as a weather forecaster, host, and reporter at Fox2 News located in Detroit. In 1994, Lori was serving as a health reporter as well as a weekend weather forecaster at WBFF-TV stationed in Baltimore, and in 1997, she was promoted to be a science reporter as well as the chief Meteorologist. From 2004 to 2006, Lori took the same role at WUSA-TV located in Washington.
She later joined WGAL-TV located in Lancaster where she served as a science reporter and meteorologist in 2006. Lori served there briefly before joining WWJ-TV stationed in Detroit as the host, reporter, and meteorologist. From there, she joined Fox2 News based in Detroit and where she served as a reporter, host, and meteorologist. After Lori went back to school to study Signed Weather, she received the NWA Broadcaster award and an Emmy.
Lari has both the National Weather Association (NWA) as well as the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) seals of approval.
Besides weather forecasting, she enjoys writing. Lori has been fortunate enough to win countless Society of Professional Journalists and also Associated Press awards for Best Weather and writing.