Heather Haley Bio, Height, Family, Husband, Salary, WVLT

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Heather Haley Biography

Heather Haley is an American meteorologist who has served as WVLT’s top meteorologist since April 2019. She started at the station in May 2008 as a meteorologist and news reporter. She previously worked as a news anchor and reporter at WYMT in Hazard, Kentucky.

Heather Haley  Age

Haley was born in Knoxville but has not revealed her birth year or month, making it unclear when she celebrates her birthday. She is roughly in her 30s.

Heather Haley Height

Haley stands at a moderate height of 5 feet and 6 inches tall.

Heather Haley Education

Haley began attending the University of Tennessee in 2001, after graduating from Farragut High School. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Electronic Media in 2005, with a focus on Television and Radio Broadcasting. In 2010, she returned to school and enrolled in Mississippi State University’s online program. She obtained her Broadcast Meteorology Certificate in 2012.

Heather Haley Family

Haley grew raised in Cedar Bluff but has managed to keep her personal life out of the spotlight, therefore she has not revealed any information about her parents. It is also unclear if Haley has any siblings.

Heather Haley Husband

Haley is married but has not given any details about her husband. They have two dogs, a daughter named Lily, and a son named Logan. The family enjoys spending time together outside, participating in activities such as camping, kayaking, and relaxing on the lawn. They also take an active role in their church

Heather Haley  Salary

Haley’s net worth is reported to be between $1 million and $5 million, obtained through her work as a meteorologist.

Heather Haley’s Net Salary

Haley’s annual income ranges between $40,000 to $110,500.

Heather Haley  Career

Haley has been WVLT’s principal meteorologist since April 2019. When she first joined the station, she worked as a meteorologist and news reporter. She previously worked as a news anchor and reporter at WYMT in Hazard, Kentucky.

Haley believes growing up in East Tennessee has helped her forecast because it can be difficult for people to grasp the dynamic landscape, especially after seeing the effects of the Plateau, Valley, and Smokies on the weather. She regularly attends neighborhood events and visits local schools.

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