David Yeomans Wedding, Wife, KAXN, Salary, Height, Wiki, Married and Net Worth

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Last updated on November 19th, 2022 at 11:57 pm

David Yeomans Biography and Wiki

David Yeomans is an American three-time Emmy Award-winning Meteorologist currently serving as the chief meteorologist for KXAN News based in Austin, Texas. Previously, he worked as an intern at Spectrum News and CBS 4 Miami while he was still in college. David even began his duties at KXAN as an intern before they hired him as a full-time Weather forecaster. His passion for meteorology first began when he was in fourth grade. 

David Yeomans Westlake High School

After finishing his high school studies, David joined the University of Miami in 2005. He later graduated from the school with a Bachelor’s Degree in Meteorology back in 2009. In 2010, he returned to the University to earn his Master’s in Meteorology.

David Yeomans Age and Birthday

How old is David? Yeomans is 47 years old as of 2022. He was born on March 17th, 1975, in Austin, Texas, United States. His birthday is celebrated on 17th March every year. His zodiac birth sign is PiscesALSO READ: Kristen Currie

David Yeomans Nationality and Ethnicity

David holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. He was born and raised in Austin, Texas, United States of America. He is of white ethnicity/ancestry/heritage.

David Yeomans Height and Measurements

How tall is David Yeomans? Yeomans stands at a height of 6 feet (1.89 m). He also maintains an average body weight of around 68 kilograms. Information regarding his other body measurements is still under review.

David Yeomans Family

David was born and raised in a quiet and simple suburban neighborhood situated in Austin, Texas by his parents. However, he has not shared any in-depth details concerning his father and mother. It is also not known whether he has any siblings or not. Nevertheless, more details about his parents and siblings will be updated once it is deemed available by a credible source.

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David Yeomans Wedding | Wife | Izzy Wagner

Is David Married? Yeomans is currently married to his wife Izzy Wagner. The couple first met in 2014 and after years of friendship blossomed into a wonderful relationship. The couple got engaged on September 26, 2022. The couple got married officially through a wedding on November 19, 2022.

David Yeomans Children

David currently has no children. Information regarding David’s children is still under review. Nevertheless, we shall update more details about his children once it is confirmed available.

David Yeomans Net Worth

David is an American Chief meteorologist who has an estimated net worth of around $700,000 to $1 million.

David Yeomans KXAN Meteorologist

Did David Yeomans Leave Kxan? David currently serves as the chief meteorologist for KXAN News based in Austin, Texas. He began his career in meteorology by working as an intern for CBS 4 News while he was still a college student at the University of Miami. In Fourth grade, David’s passion made him read a number of stacked meteorology books from various public libraries. A few years later, he was listed as a registered storm spotter who kept track of the climate for the National Weather Service.

In 2005, David assisted in the re-establishment of a Habitat for Humanity in home town as an assistant carpenter the same year he worked as an intern at Spectrum News in Austin, Texas. David then went on to become a published undergraduate researcher under a renowned climate change expert named Dr. Brian Soden. Eventually, he was able to return to the University of Miami where he finished his Master’s in Meteorology back in 2010. David also took part in a number of campus broadcasting programs giving daily weather updates for WVUM radio.

David went on to serve as the lead on-air meteorologist for the University’s award-winning half-hour news show called Newsvision. He then researched Hurricane formation for his Master’s thesis. David was later seen boarding an NDAA Hurricane Hunter flight as a guest scientist. From 2012 to 2016, David was invited to present his research at the American Meteorological Society’s annual convention.

He now holds an American Meteorological Society seal certificate and received a Lone Star Emmy Award for his 2019 to 2020 Warning Weather University series on KXAN News. In 2015, he was also awarded a Lone Star Emmy Award for the First Warning Weather Team Weather outlook. David also served as a member of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center Advisory Council.