Jonathan Weant Biography and Wiki
Jonathan Weant is a well-known American news journalist working as a chief meteorologist for WXLV News based in South Carolina. Jonathan was a meteorologist for WBTW News 13.
Jonathan Weant’s Age and Birthday
Weant was born in the USA but he has not yet revealed his real age to the public, therefore, his exact date of birth and zodiac sign are currently not clear.
Jonathan Weant Height
Jonathan stands at an average height of 5 feet 9 inches with an approximate weight of 57 kg (126 Pounds).
Jonathan Weant Education
He earned a Bachelor’s degree in meteorology from Penn State University, a public state-related land-grant research university.
Jonathan Weant Family
Weant grew up in the United States of America, He has not revealed any information on her family or his parents. It’s therefore not clear if he has any siblings. Further details regarding his family background will be updated soon when disclosed.
Jonathan Weant Wife and Married
Jonathan is currently single at the moment, we do not know for sure if he is married or in any relationship at the moment. This information will soon be updated.
Jonathan Weant’s Salary and Net Worth
Jonathan probably receives around $88,000 as a news reporter, He also has a net worth of $500,000 as of 2023 from his successful career. The average salary of a news journalist in the United States ranges from around $36,000-$90,000.
Jonathan Weant WXLV News
South Carolina’s weather forecasting is nothing new to Jonathan. His most recent position was at WCTI-12 in New Bern, North Carolina, where he developed important knowledge in tracking hurricanes, winter storms, and severe weather.
He joined the FOX8 station in High Point as a “Van’s Weather Child” in sixth grade. In the past, he spent a year at WABG in Greenville, Mississippi, and two years as a reporter and meteorologist in Texas. He is currently a chief meteorologist for ABC45.
Following the passing of Chief meteorologist Skip Waters in 2014, Jonathan worked as a nightly meteorologist for four months, directing his station through many winter storms and tornado outbreaks.