Rod Hill Biography
Rod Hill is a well-known American meteorologist and owner of PortlandWeather.com LLC & app currently working as a morning meteorologist at KGW-TV located in Portland, Oregon since December 2009. He is the co-host of Portland Today show M-F and a broadcast meteorologist.
Rod Hill Age
Rod Hill was born on 30th January 1962, in Missouri, in the United States of America. He is 60 years old.
Rod Hill Height
Rod is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx 1.72 m).
Rod Hill Family
Rod was born and raised by his caring and supportive father and mother in Missouri. As of now, Rod has not disclosed any details regarding either his parents or whether he has siblings.
Rod Hill KGW Wife
He is gladly married to his beloved wife whom he has not revealed his name to the public. The adorable couple is blessed with a beautiful daughter called Natasha. We shall this section once the details concerning Rod’s wife are available.
Rod Hill Education
After his primary and high school education, he joined the Mississippi State Campus and graduated with a certificate in broadcast meteorology. Later, he received the seal of approval from the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society. Later, he worked for over five years on the NWA certification board.
Rod Hill Salary
He receives a remarkable salary of $87,117 per year. This is according to KGW-TV meteorologists’ salaries.
Rod Hill Net Worth
Rod Hill has over the years amassed quite a hefty fortune mainly from her journalism career and has an approximated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Rod Hill Career
Currently, he works in Portland, Oregon as a weather anchor at KGW. He is the co-host of Portland Today show M-F and a broadcast meteorologist. His forecasting career has spanned around 30 years, taking him from the tornadoes of the Ohio valley to the hurricanes of South Texas, the hard-to-predict weather of the Pacific Northwest, as well as the lake effect snows of Michigan.
Moving to the Northwest in 1999, Rod has been honored numerous times for his forecasting expertise and on-air broadcast style. His forecasting achievements involve three Associated Press awards due to his best weathercast in Oregon as well as two Emmy awards for his best meteorologist. Since December of 2009, Rod has also been an active member of the KGW weather team and is the Sunrise meteorologist Monday through Friday.