Ellen Bacca Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, Salary, WOOD

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Ellen Bacca  Biography

Ellen Bacca is an American meteorologist since July 2021. She has served as the principal meteorologist for WOOD. Her prognostications are displayed at six, seven, ten, and eleven p.m. Becca also makes weekly appearances on the Ask Ellen series. She began working for the station in September 2014 and has been there for over five years.

Ellen Bacca  Age

Bacca prefers to keep her personal affairs secret, she hasn’t yet revealed the month and year of her birth. Consequently, it is unknown when she will celebrate her birthday. She may be in her 30s, though.

Ellen Bacca  Height

Ellen  Bacca is roughly five feet and six inches tall.

Ellen Bacca  Education

When Bacca graduated from high school in 2006, she enrolled at Valparaiso University. Her meteorology bachelor’s degree was awarded to her in 2010.

Ellen Bacca  Family

Although Bacca comes from Portage, Michigan, she has avoided the spotlight in her personal life and has not revealed any details about her parents. Moreover, it doesn’t matter if Bacca has siblings.

Ellen Bacca  Husband

Bacca is wed to Mark, her high school love. In Portage, they met and got married. Piper Sunny is the daughter of the couple. On September 8, 2023, Piper was born.  She welcomed Piper into the world and shared a photo of her on Instagram on September 11, 2023. Mark is a pilot by trade. She enjoys taking hikes in West Michigan and visiting the best breakfast spots in the area. She and Mark also go to the balloon festival in the area.

Ellen Bacca  Salary

Bacca receives a salary of between $40,000 and $107,500 per year.

Ellen Bacca’s Net Worth

Bacca’s earnings as a meteorologist have contributed to her estimated net worth, which ranges from $1 to $5 million.

Ellen Bacca  Career

Since July 2021, Bacca has served as the lead meteorologist for WOOD, making history as the region’s first female chief meteorologist. Her prognostications are displayed at six, seven, ten, and eleven p.m. She also makes weekly appearances on the Ask Ellen series.

She has received two Emmys for Best Weathercast and Weather Anchor in Michigan while working at WOOD. She received the Best Weathercast Award from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters. She was one of the select few people in the country selected to take part in the hazardous weather testbed of the National Severe Storms Laboratory. The next generation of severe storm and tornado alerts was evaluated in this study.

Bacca is passionate about communication and extreme weather. She has reported on floods, blizzards, high water levels, and numerous tornado occurrences, including the tornado outbreak on August 20, 2016, since joining WOOD.

Bacca invites hundreds of primary school students into an actual TV studio every fall and spring for WOOD’s unique Weather Experience. With practical experiences, children learn all about extreme weather through this program.

Each student puts their newly acquired skills to use on the green screen after WOOD’s unique Weather Experience, where they can also experience what it’s like to be on TV. Before joining WOOD, she worked on the banks of New Bern and in the mountains of Helena, Mont.

 

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