Cheryl Scott No Wedding Ring, ABC7, Bio, Age, Husband, Engaged, Meteorologist, Height, Salary and Net Worth

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Cheryl Scott Biography and Wiki

Cheryl Scott is an American meteorologist, weather anchor, and forecaster currently working at ABC 7, in Chicago, Illinois since 2014. She previously worked as the morning and weekend meteorologist at NBC 5, in Chicago, Illinois. Scott is currently on the Board of Directors of the American Red Cross.

Cheryl Scott High School and College

Scott studied at Paul VI High School in Haddonfield, New Jersey where she participated in track and field programs. She was then enrolled at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island where she graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Geological Sciences. She also attended and graduated from Mississippi State University with a Certification in Meteorology. RELATED: Victor Cipolla

Cheryl Scott Age and Birthday

How old is Cheryl? Cheryl is 38 years old as of 2023. She was born on January 29, 1985, in New Jersey, United States of America. She celebrates her birthday on 29th January. Her sign of birth is Aquarius.

Cheryl Scott Nationality and Ethnicity

Cheryl holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and raised in New Jersey, United States of America. She belongs to the White-American ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.

Cheryl Scott Height and Weight

How tall is Scott? Cheryl stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx. 1.68 m) and also maintains a body weight of 124 lbs (56 kg).

Cheryl Scott Parents and Siblings

Cheryl is the daughter of (mother) Marie Picciano Scott. However, information regarding her father is not available. She has two older brothers, Kevin and Brian. Cheryl and her brothers were raised in Atco, a township of Waterford, located in Camden County, New Jersey. READ: Liz Cho

Cheryl Scott Husband and Engagement

Who is Cheryl married to? Cheryl is currently engaged to her boyfriend and husband Dante Deiana. The couple engaged while on vacation with Dante in Hawaii in 2018 while hiking at the dormant Haleakala volcano Deiana proposed to Scott and she said yes to the ring. The duo first met at a charity event and that’s how they ignited their relationship.

There were speculations that Cheryl used to date Patrick Sharp, a former Canadian professional Ice Hockey player and currently an NBC Sports studio analyst. Solid evidence to back up Cheryl and Patrick is not yet available. READ: Lucky Hustla

Dante is a DJ and works under the Moniker Dante The Don. He also works as the resident DJ at Barstool Sports, a mix show DJ at Kiss FM, Pitbull’s globalization DJ at SiriusXM, and the sound and music engineer for the Chicago Cubs. Deiana currently works as the senior vice president of marketing and brand management at Tally App and also the partner and entertainment director at Magnolia Cafe + Donuts as well as at FWD Day + Nightclub.

Cheryl Scott Salary

Cheryl as a meteorologist at ABC7 Eyewitness News, Chicago, Illinois earns an average salary of $95,000 thousand.

Cheryl Scott Net Worth

Cheryl Scott as an accomplished American meteorologist, weather anchor, and forecaster has an estimated net worth of $2 million. RELATED: Sandra Walker

Cheryl Scott ABC Channel 7, Chicago

Cheryl currently serves as a meteorologist at ABC7 Eyewitness News, in Chicago, Illinois after joining the station in December 2014. In her announcement, the ABC 7 News Director defined her as “a skilled and informed meteorologist who enjoys her job of forecasting Chicago’s unpredictable weather pattern

Before coming to Chicago, Scott worked as a weekend meteorologist for the NBC affiliate in Knoxville, Tennessee, WBIR-TV, where she was on the air when several tornadoes devastated Knoxville in April 2011. She instantly became a key source for updating viewers on storm developments while providing critical safety information. It was then she saw her job in a new light: It was not about delivering a forecast, it was about saving lives in times of severe weather.

Following the Knoxville tornado disaster, Cheryl started volunteering with the American Red Cross, and she has been heavily involved with the organization since; she currently sits on the Board of Directors in Chicago.

Before getting her start in meteorology, she ran Division I track for Brown University, where I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Geological Sciences. I received my Meteorology Certification from Mississippi State University in 2010.