Mark Baden WISN 12, Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Wife, Daughters, Weather, Salary and Net Worth
May 5, 2021
Mark Baden Biography
Mark Baden is a well-known American news journalist who is currently the chief meteorologist for WISN 12 News. Baden joined WISN 12 as chief meteorologist in 1997. His fascination with nature began at a young age and remains to this day.
Mark Baden Age
Mark is 50 years old, He was born on the 19th of August in 1970, in the USA.
Mark Baden Birthday
Baden has not disclosed any information on his birthday nor his date of birth.
Mark Baden Height
Mark stands at an average height with a moderate weight. Information on his other body measurements is currently unavailable at the moment.
Mark Baden Family
Mark was born and raised in the USA by his loving parents, however, he has not disclosed any information on his family nor his siblings at the moment.
Mark Baden Education
He has a Bachelor of Science degree in meteorology from Western Illinois University.
Mark Baden Wife and Daughters
Mark is happily married to his wife Heather Baden, in their marriage, the lovely couple has been blessed with three daughters Grace, Claire, and Kate.
Mark Baden Salary
According to WISN anchor salary, Mark receives an annual average salary of $85,000.
Mark Baden Net Worth
Mark’s net worth is approximated to be ranging between $100,000-$300,000 as of 2021.
Mark Baden Career
Mark began working as the chief meteorologist for WISN 12 in 1997. His fascination with weather began at a young age and continues to this day. Wisconsin’s ever-changing weather feeds his weather obsession. Among Mark’s several weather honors is a local and state Emmy for flood coverage in 2008 and a Wisconsin Broadcasters Association best weathercast award in 2009.
Milwaukee Magazine has named the Weather Watch 12 squad the most reliable area forecaster. Mark has had the opportunity to cover the weather in our region and around the world. He had firsthand knowledge of the July 22nd flooding and was blogging live from the scene.
He was the first to announce that Interstate 43 was closed due to four feet of water flooding I-43 in Glendale, and he saw a police officer rescue a pregnant woman and her child from a flooded vehicle. The same storm washed a mattress across Port Washington Road directly in front of his house. For WISN, Mark has covered two hurricanes.
From Cocoa Beach, Florida, he saw the devastation caused by Hurricane Frances in 2004, and Hurricane Rita in Beaumont, Texas, in 2005. He has also seen tornadoes in Hartford, Utica, Illinois, and Kansas City, Missouri.
He’s been on countless storm chases across the Midwest and Great Plains, but according to Mark, he’s the world’s worst storm chaser. Mark formerly operated in Des Moines, Iowa, St. Louis, Missouri, Sioux City, Iowa, and Columbia, Missouri before moving to Milwaukee.
Every spring, Mark teaches a meteorology course at Concordia University in Mequon. He has been the emcee for COA’s Oscar Night America for the last 12 years. He organizes a number of charity activities for Children’s Hospital, such as the Sugarplum Luncheon and the Evening of Elegance.
Mark has co-hosted the Neighborhood House Invitational golf outing with sports director Dan Needles since 2005, and he also emcees the Neighborhood House’s Ray Richardson dinner. Mark has also been the honorary captain of Discovery World’s Denis Sullivan, a schooner based in Milwaukee.
Mark Baden Awards
Among Mark’s several weather honors is a local and state Emmy for flood coverage in 2008 and a Wisconsin Broadcasters Association best weathercast award in 2009. Milwaukee Magazine has named the Weather Watch 12 squad the most reliable area forecaster.