Troy Bridges is a talented American meteorologist who currently operates as a morning and noon Meteorologist at WKMG located in Orlando, United States. He began his journalism career at WMAZ-TV located in Macon while still attending the University of Georgia. Troy also labored at WRDW-TV based in Augusta, Ga, and KFOR-TV in Oklahoma City.
Troy Bridges Age
Troy Bridges was born in the United States of America. He commemorates his birthday on July 26 every year.
Troy Bridges Height
Troy stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in ( Approx 1.73m).
Troy Bridges Family
Troy was born to his parents in the United States of America. Despite being a famous meteorologist, he has managed to keep all the information about his family members below the radar.
Troy Bridges Partner
Troy likes to keep a low profile regarding his personal life. He has managed not to reveal his marital status to the public.
Troy Bridges Education
Troy studied and graduated with a degree in broadcasting meteorology from Georgia University. Furthermore, he owns a seal of Approval from Mississippi State University.
Troy Bridges Salary
Troy receives an annual salary of $99,599 and this is according to WKMG anchors’\reporters’ salaries.
Troy Bridges Net Worth
Bridges have an estimated net worth of between $1 Million-$5 Million US dollars.
Troy Bridges Career
Troy now works as a weekday morning and noon Meteorologist at WKMG (CBS) in Orlando. All through, he has pursued the tornadoes and tracked the tropics. He has also forecasted ice storms and other dangerous weather. He anchored his first job in TV at WMAZ-TV located in Macon while still attending the University of Georgia.
While still there, he worked as a one-man-band reporter. He thereafter became the morning and noon meteorologist and news anchor at WRDW-TV located in Augusta, Ga. While there, he broadcasted live from “The Masters” golf tournament. Thereafter he was recognized for “Best Weather” for his comprehensive live coverage of Tropical Storm Floyd by the Associated Press.
While working there, he spent much of his time cautioning the people of Oklahoma about large-scale and dangerous tornadoes. Troy also foretold many ice storms that left thousands of people without power across the nation’s heartland.
From Oklahoma City, he joined KLRT-TV located in Little Rock as the first-ever chief meteorologist. While there, Troy built the entire weather department from the ground up. Furthermore, he spent 5 years covering countless tornado outbreaks and ice storms.