Stephanie Abrams Biography and Wiki
Stephanie Abrams is an American meteorologist who is currently working for The Weather Channel News. She now co-hosts AMHQ alongside Jen Carfagno and Jim Cantore Monday to Friday. Abrams joined the station in 2003 after graduating from Florida State University where she graduated with a degree in weather forecasting.
She is an alumnus of Florida State University, a public research university in Tallahassee, Florida, where she graduated with a degree in weather and mathematic. Abrams is also a former member of the Delta Phi Epsilon.
Stephanie Abrams Age and Birthday
She is around 43 years old as of 2021. Stephanie was born on October 27, 1978, in Wellington, Florida, United States of America.
Stephanie Abrams Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.
Stephanie Abrams Family | Parents and Siblings
Her family lives in Wellington, Florida, the United States of America where she was born and raised up. Her mother separated from Stephanie’s dad and she spent most of her childhood years with dad Barry.
Stephanie Abrams Boyfriend | Husband
After a failed marriage and distress from her first husband Mike Bettes, Stephanie has found love again. She is now engaged to her fiance, Liann Freeman whom she wishes to start a family. We wish her all the best.
Stephanie Abrams Salary
Working as a weathercaster for The Weather Channel News, Stephanie receives a salary ranging from $40,500 to $72,000 annually.
Stephanie Abrams Net Worth
Her net worth ranges from $300,000 to $1 Million as of 2021. This is estimated from her career as a meteorologist.
Stephanie Abrams The Weather Channel
Stephanie is an American meteorologist who is currently for The Weather Channel News. She now co-hosts AMHQ alongside Jen Carfagno and Jim Cantore Monday to Friday. Abrams joined the station in 2003 after graduating from Florida State University where she graduated with a degree in weather forecasting.
As of July 20, 2009, she co-anchored Wake Up With Al Roker on weekday mornings from NBC studios in New York. Abrams also occasionally filled in for Roker on Today, and occasionally joined Sam Champion on America’s Morning Headquarters. During the 2010 Winter Olympics, she and Roker reported live from Vancouver from February 8 to 28 for Wake Up With Al and AMHQ. Wake Up With Al was canceled in 2015, and Abrams returned to work from the Weather Channel’s studios in Atlanta.
Abrams was an interim weather anchor on Weekend Today in 2012 when Bill Karins and Janice Huff left, until Dylan Dreyer arrived. She co-hosted The Weather Channel programs On The Radar from 2012 to 2013 and Morning Rush on weekdays from 2009 to 2014.