Wayne Hart is a popular American Award-winning journalist nowadays operating as a Chief Meteorologist at WEHT-TV / WTVW-TV. Before that, he served for less than a year at CNN as a freelance meteorologist.
He loves driving the backroads of the Tri-State and far-off, volleyball, music, hockey, golf, and football when she is not at the station working.
Wayne Hart Age
Wayne Hart was born in Glenolden, Pennsylvania, United States, he is around 60 years of age from his looks though he has not revealed his year and date of birth.
Wayne Hart Height
Hart stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 in ( Approx 1.7m).
Wayne Hart Family
He was born and brought up in Glenolden, Pennsylvania, in the USA by his supportive and adorable parents. Despite being a popular journalist, he keeps a low profile when it comes to his parents and siblings hence their occupations and presence are not known.
Wayne Hart Wife
He is a secretive person besides being a famous journalist and he has not revealed any information concerning his present and earlier relationships.
Wayne Hart Education
He studied at a local high school and afterward in 1980 joined Cornell University where in 1984 he earned a Bachelor’s degree of Science in Atmospheric Science.
Wayne Hart Salary
Wayne receives an annual average salary of $89,547 and this is according to WEHT-TV Chief Meteorologists’ salary.
Wayne Hart’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars and his career as a Chief Meteorologist at WEHT-TV is the primary source of his income.
Wayne Hart Career
In 1993, is when he came to WEHT-TV inas the chief meteorologist. In 2006, is when he was first in the 34th and Tri-State meteorology to be recognized by the American Meteorologist Society ( AMS) with the crown of Certified Broadcast Meteorologist also known as CBM.
He worked on the AMS Board of Broadcast Meteorology in 2005 and was accountable for assessing candidates for the CBM certifications and AMS Seal of Approval in 2006. He has maintained the AMS Television Seal of Approval since 1987.
He is a fellow of the Indiana Landmarks and an associate of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Before working for WEHT-TV, he served for less than a year at CNN as a freelance meteorologist. His journalism career started in Ithaca, New York at WICB.