Moe Shamell Bio, Height, Family, Wife, Salary, WBBJ

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Moe Shamell Biography

Moe Shamell is an American meteorologist who has been with WBBJ 7 Eyewitness News since February 2017. He covers Good Morning West Tennessee, Midday, and Noon.

 Moe Shamell Age

Shamell was born in Evansville, Indiana, but prefers to keep his personal life private, therefore he has not officially revealed the year or month he was born. Information regarding when he celebrates his birthday is not available to the public. Most likely he could be in his 30s.

Moe Shamell Height

Moe Shamell Shamell has an approximate height of 5 feet and 7 inches.

Moe Shamell Education

Shamell began attending Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, in 2005, after graduating from Evansville North High School in 2002. In 2009, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography with an emphasis on Atmospheric Science. He took a variety of meteorology courses there, including air pollution, synoptic and dynamic meteorology.

Moe Shamell Family

Shamell has managed to keep his personal life out of the spotlight, thus he has not revealed any details about his parents. It is also unclear whether Shamell has any siblings

Moe Shamell Wife

Shamell is quite quiet about his personal life, therefore it is unclear if he is in a relationship. There have also been no reports of him having a past relationship with anyone.

Moe Shamell Salary

Shamell’s annual compensation ranges from $40,000 to $110,500.

Moe Shamell Net Worth

Shamell’s net worth is reported to be between $1 million and $5 million, obtained from his work as a writer.

Moe Shamell Career

Shamell is a meteorologist for Good Morning West Tennessee, Midday, and Noon on WBBJ 7 Eyewitness News. He realized from a young age that the weather was his calling. When he was younger, he aspired to be a tree until he understood that trees move due to wind.

He had his first taste of weather when he became a Storm Team Spotter for WFIE in elementary school. By the time he started high school, he had taken over the weather chores at his school via weekly news. After graduating from high school, he took a gap before attending college.

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