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Lisa Meadows Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Husband, WCCO, Salary, Net Worth

Lisa Meadows Biography

A native of Highland, Indiana, Lisa Meadows is an American meteorologist working for WCCO-TV, a CBS affiliate in Minnesota.

She has been described as someone who has been fascinated by the weather all her life. According to her profile on WCCO’s website, Lisa ” grew up watching Midwest thunderstorms in her hometown in northwest Indiana.

Lisa Meadows Age

Meadows is 33 years old as of 2020. She was born on 19 May 1987.

Lisa Meadows Height

Meadows stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches.

Lisa Meadows Parents

Meadows has managed to keep her family and personal life very private. There is no information available about her parents or siblings at the moment.

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Lisa Meadows Husband

Meadows is a very private person. At the time this article was written, there was no information on whether she was married, single, or dating.

Lisa Meadows Education

Meadows graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology with a minor in mathematics from Valparaiso University. She also received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications.

While studying at Valparaiso, Lisa was the founding Chief Meteorologist for their college TV station VUTV. She was also President of the Northwest Indiana American Meteorological Society/National Weather Association, and an active member of the Valparaiso University Storm Intercept Team (VUSIT).

Lisa Meadows WCCO

Meadows works at WCCO-TV as a meteorologist. She joined the station in 2018. She is the president of the American Meteorological Society and National Meteorological Association based in Indiana.

Meadows began her career in 2016 working for Lakeshore News and WYIN TV. She also did an internship from Amy Freese-Fox Chicago and Tom Skilling-WGN.

Lisa Meadows Salary

At the moment, it is not known how much Lisa earns as a meteorologist.

Lisa Meadows Net Worth

Meadows has an estimated net worth of around $500k.


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