Lindsey Slater Biography | Wiki
Lindsey Slater is an American meteorologist, weather anchor and forecaster currently serving as a meteorologist at WISN 12, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Before joining WISN-TV, she worked as the weekday morning and midday meteorologist at KSPR 33 News in Springfield, Missouri. She is a member of the American Meteorological Society and has the National Weather Association TV Weathercaster Seal of Approval.
Lindsey Slater Education
Slater attended and graduated from Carroll University with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University.
Lindsey Slater Age
How old is Lindsey? Slater is 38 years old as of 2024. She was born on May 15, 1986, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States of America. Her birthday is always celebrated on 15th May of every year. READ: Eden Checkol
Lindsey Slater Nationality and Ethnicity
Slater holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. She is of White ethnicity/heritage.
Lindsey Slater Height and Measurements
How tall is Lindsey? Lindsey stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m). Information regarding her other body measurements is currently under review.
Lindsey Slater Family | Parents
Slater was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin by her parents. She is the daughter of (father) Dennis Slater and (mother) Cathie Slater. She also has an aunt by the name of Dina (Slater) Ziegenhorn. However, information regarding her siblings is currently under review.
Lindsey Slater Husband
Is Lindsey married? Lindsey is currently married to her longtime boyfriend and now husband Mark. The duo met while at Carroll University. The couple got married in 2008 through a wedding and later in 2009, they moved to Jackson, Mississippi where she got her first TV job at Fox affiliate WDBD-TV. The couples own three cats Maverick, Ripley and Flynn. RELATED: Gerron Jordan
Lindsey Slater Salary
Lindsey working as a meteorologist at WISN 12, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin earns an estimated annual salary ranging from $45,000 – $120,000.
Lindsey Slater Net Worth
Slater is an American meteorologist, weather anchor and forecaster with an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Lindsey Slater Tattoo
Slatter’s details, if she has a tattoo on her body, are currently not yet updated in the public domain. She is somehow confidential wneh it comes to matters concerning her body. However, we will update her tattoo information once confirmed publicly.
Lindsey Slater House
Lindsey and her husband are believed to own a huge house where they currently live. Though, more details regarding her house is currently under review.
Lindsey Slater WISN 12, Milwaukee
Lindsey currently serves as a meteorologist at WISN 12 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She joined the WSIN 12 Weather team in June 2016. Slater has consistently been interested by the climate, in the entirety of its structures. She previously got inspired by the climate while living at home in Milwaukee. At the point when awful situations were unfolding, Slater hastily ran outside, taking depictions of tempests with her camera. RELATED: Patrick Paolantonio
She started her meteorological profession in 2006, interning with in all honesty Chief Meteorologist Mark Baden here at WISN 12. She likewise worked with the WKOW Weather Team in Madison, Wisconsin, where she cleaned her on-camera abilities. Slater has additionally interned at the National Weather Service in Sullivan, Wisconsin.
“At the point when I was at the National Weather Service, it was stunning to perceive what went into giving watches and alerts,” she said. It was during her time there that Slater turned into an affirmed storm spotter.
In 2009, she and her better half moved to Mississippi working mornings at Fox associate WDBD-TV. While there, she covered the now noteworthy cyclone episode of April 27, 2011, significant flooding along with the Mississippi River and surprisingly a blizzard (for Jackson, that is around 4 inches). She moved to Springfield, Missouri in 2012, one year after an EF-5 cyclone struck Joplin. She covered everything from extreme tempests to snow and ice.