Sam Argier FOX 5, Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Education, Wife, Children, Salary and Net Worth
May 15, 2021
Sam Argier Biography
Sam Argier is a journalist from the United States who works as a weeknight meteorologist for FOX5 News. From 4:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., he gives the weather forecast. Sam’s work has won him five Emmy ® Awards and three Associated Press Awards.
Sam’s work has won him five Emmy ® Awards and three Associated Press Awards. He also has the seals of approval from the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association. Sam enjoys smoking meats, fishing, golfing and spending time with his best half and two young children in his spare time.
Sam Argier Age
Sam’s age and date of birth are not known to the public, he is rather secretive about his personal life.
Sam Argier Birthday
Sam has not disclosed any information on his birthday nor his date of birth.
Sam Argier Height
Argier stands at an average height with a moderate weight. Information on his other body measurements is currently unavailable at the moment.
Sam Argier Family
He grew up in Las Vegas and is looking forward to estimating the weather in his hometown. Sam went on to get a Broadcast Journalism degree from Chapman University in Orange County, California after graduating from Green Valley High School.
Sam Argier Wife
Sam’s love life and marital status are not known to the public at the moment. He has not disclosed any information on his wife or if he is dating anyone at the moment.
Sam Argier Career
He got his first on-air job at KMIR 6 News, an NBC affiliate in Palm Springs, California. After working as a news columnist, Sam was given the opportunity to join the climate community and never looked back.
After 5 years in Palm Springs, Sam moved to the Evergreen State and accepted a meteorologist spot at KIRO 7 News, a CBS affiliate in Seattle, WA, where he spent 7 years.
During his tenure as Chief Meteorologist at the station, he saw some of Seattle’s most severe snowstorms, damaging windstorms, and a few floods. He worked his way up to Chief Meteorologist and graduated from Mississippi State University with a degree in Broadcast Meteorology.