Maria Genero Retirement, Partner, Bio, Age, WGRZ, Weight Loss, Height and Net Worth

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Maria Genero Biography and Wikipedia

Maria Genero is an American retired meteorologist and weather anchor at WGRZ-TV based in Buffalo, New York. She retired from WGRZ, on December 21, 2023, Before working at WGRZ-TV, she served as a correspondent at a CBS-owned TV station called WCIX. There she hosted the 6 and 11 pm newscasts. She even hosted FOX’s Good Day New York in 1999.

Maria Genero Education

Maria attended the University of Mississippi Broadcast Meteorology program. From there, she interned at the Columbia Broadcasting System affiliate in Buffalo.

Maria Genero Age and Birthday

How old is Maria? Maria is 60 years old as of 2023. She was born Maria Genero on July 30, 1963, in Niagara Falls, New York, United States. Her birthday is celebrated on 30th July. Her birth sign is Leo. READ; Rick Dickert

Maria Genero Nationality and Ethnicity

Genero holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and raised in Niagara Falls, New York, United States. She is of White ethnicity/heritage.

Maria Genero Height and Measurements

Maria stands at an average height and also maintains average body weight and body stature. Details about her other body measurements are currently under review.

Maria Genero Parents | Family

Maria was born and raised in Niagara Falls, New York by her parents. However, information regarding her mother and father is not yet available. This is because she is known for keeping her personal information away from the public. Thus, more details about Maria’s parents once it is confirmed available.

Maria Genero Partner | Husband

Is Genero Married? Information regarding Genero’s Husband is currently not available despite there being speculations that she is married. It is confirmed that Genero is allergic to relationships and won’t start dating any soon. Nevertheless, we shall update more details about Maria’s husband will be updated once it is confirmed available. READ: Frank Bollok

Maria Genero Weight Loss

Information regarding Genero’s weight loss program is currently not available despite there being speculations that she had lost weight. However, more details about her weight loss will be updated once confirmed available.

Maria Genero Salary

Genero as a retired meteorologist at WGRZ-TV in Buffalo, New York earns an estimated annual salary ranging from $56,500 – $120,000.

Maria Genero Net Worth

Maria is an American meteorologist and weather anchor with an estimated net worth of $2 million.

Maria Genero Retirement | Retired

Maria announced that she would be retiring from her job on December 21, 2013. She has worked at WGRZ-TV for seventeen years. Through a short interview on November 21, 2023, she confirmed speculation that she has decided to leave on Dec. 21, fittingly the first day of winter. “After 17 years at Channel 2, it has become apparent to me that it is time to step away,” Genero said. Her retirement from the station was her desire to explore other avenues than solely being a weathercaster. READ: Alycia Tyre

Maria Genero Movies

  • Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies (1999)
  • Striptease (1996)

Maria Genero WGRZ-TV

Maria Genero is a retired weather anchor at WGRZ TV in Buffalo, New York. She retired on December 21, 2023. Maria began her broadcasting journey in 1984 at WYRK radio station. Following a couple of years in radio, she transitioned to the CBS affiliate in Buffalo, assuming the role of a weekend weathercaster. During her tenure there, Maria enrolled in the University Of Mississippi Broadcast Meteorology program, completing her coursework and earning accreditation from the National Weather Association in 1989.

In the summer of 1989, Maria relocated to Miami, Florida, joining the CBS-owned and operated station WCIX as the evening 6 and 11 p.m. meteorologist. While at WCIX, she gained recognition as the chief weather fill-in for Mark McEwen on CBS This Morning. One notable moment during her network stint was sharing the screen with President Nixon, who was in NYC to promote his new book, during the national weather segment. In 1996, Maria accepted a position with KABC in Los Angeles, serving as the weekend meteorologist and host of the California lifestyle show, Eye on L.A.

By 1998, Fox News in New York City had enlisted Maria as the host of “Good Day New York,” a morning news show airing from 7 to 9 a.m. After several years in the bustling city, Maria returned home in 2001. Since 2006, she has been an integral part of WGRZ, delivering the evening weather forecast and contributing to various reports on Channel 2.