Matt Serwe is a popular American journalist nowadays operating at KETV located in Omaha as a Meteorologist since November 2012. Before that, he was serving at WJFW as a morning meteorologist in Wisconsin.
He likes spending time with his partner and dog, traveling, watching sports, and working out when he is not at the station working.
Matt Serwe Age
Matt Serwe was born in Wauwatosa, Milwaukee, in the United States of America, he is around 34 years of age from his looks though he has not revealed his year and date of birth.
Matt Serwe Height
Serwe stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 in (approx. 1.72m.).
Matt Serwe Family
Matt was born and brought up in Wauwatosa, Milwaukee, in the United States of America by his supportive and protective parents. He keeps a low profile when it comes to his family where he has not revealed any details regarding his siblings and parents hence their existence and occupations are not known.
Matt Serwe Partner
Matt is sincerely gay and he is cheerfully married to his supportive and good-looking partner whose identity is not known publicly. Matt and his caring partner presently live happily together with their pet dog in Omaha.
Matt Serwe Education
He joined the University of Wisconsin where he earned a degree in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences in 2009.
Matt Serwe Salary
Matt receives an annual average salary of $98,720 and this is according to KETV Meteorologists’ salary.
Matt Serwe Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars and his career as a Meteorologist at KETV is the primary source of his income.
Matt Serwe Career
His journalism career started in Rhinelander at WJFW where he was employed to work as a morning meteorologist soon after graduating from the university where he served for the station for 3 years. While still serving for the station, he forecasted hurricanes, brutal winters, and tornadoes.
Matt is nowadays operating at KETV located in Omaha as a Meteorologist since November 2012. His unforgettable moments during his career as a meteorologist are running through the snow-covered streets of Rhinelander and being struck with a baseball-sized hailstone in Madison.