Megan Salois is a talented American Meteorology who is currently serving as a weather forecaster at WHO-TY ( NBC Affiliate) located in Des Moines. She joined the channel/s weather team in Apr 2006. Prior to that, she worked as a weather forecaster at WQOW-News 18.
She operated for the latter from Jun 2002 until Apr 2006 when she quit after she got a better offer at WHO-TV.
Megan Salois Age
Megan Salois was born in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. She commemorates her birthday on Mar 17th every year.
Megan Salois Height
Salois is a woman of average stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches ( approximately 1.65 meters)
Megan Salois Family
Salois was born to her loving and caring parents in Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America. She fell in love with the weather as a result of her dad’s close call who was struck by a lightning back in high school.
Luckily enough, he worked following the accident and he now builds fighter jets. She grew up alongside her two sisters. As of now, her middle sister serves as a science teacher while her youngest sister is an astrophysicist.
Megan Salois Husband
Salois married her handsome husband called Chris Salois. Her husband proposed to her at the Rockefeller Center Ice Skating Rink in New York City. The duo shares two sons together. Their sons are called Nathan and Joshua but their exact date of birth has not been made public. Nowadays, the lovely family currently lives in Urbandale where they attend St. Pius Catholic Church.
Megan Salois Education
In 1998, she joined The University of Georgia. She graduated from the same University with a bachelor’s degree in Arts in Broadcast Journalism in 2002. From 2003 -2005, she attended Mississippi State University for her Broadcast Meteorology Certificate in Broadcast Meteorology.
Megan loiSas Salary
Salois receives an annual salary of $71, 582. This is according to WHO13 anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Megan Salois’s Net Worth
Salois has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million US dollars.
Megan Salois Career
Salois joined the Channel 13 First Alert Storm Team in Apr 2006. As of now, You can watch her on Channel 13 s mainstream Today in Iowa every Sat and Sun program just as on Channel 13 News at Noon. Prior to joining Channel 13 News, she served at WQOW-TV located in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. While still there, she worked as the channel’s weekend meteorologist and reporter.
Her most important minutes gauging twisters incorporate the Ladysmith, Wisconsin cyclone, and the Parkersburg, Iowa cyclone. On Labor Day 2002, the Ladysmith twister struck the modest community not long prior to 5 PM.
That same evening, she was reporting the night weathercast, she went live promptly with the message that a twister would move toward Downtown Ladysmith. At that point, she followed up with almost 12 news reports following the tidy-up and recovery in the little Wisconsin town.
Finally, the Ladysmith twister was an F3 cyclone. On May 25th, 2008, early in the morning, she anticipated on Today in Iowa Sunday that an important cyclone episode was conceivable that day.