Rachel Coulter Bio, Height, Family, Husband, Salary, WBTV

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Rachel Coulter Biography

Rachel Coulter is an American meteorologist who has worked for WBTV since September 2021. She previously spent three years in Jackson, Mississippi, at WBTV’s sister station, WLBT.

Rachel Coulter Age

Coulter was born on March 29, 1993, in the United States. She is 31 years old in 2024. Coulter celebrates her birthday on March 29th. On March 29, 2023, she expressed gratitude to her siblings and friends for organizing a surprise weekend for her 30th birthday.

Rachel Coulter Height

Coulter stands around feet and inches tall.

Rachel Coulter Education

Coulter enrolled at Millersville University after completing her high school degree. In 2015, she earned a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology. She was a member of the college’s women’s basketball team for several years. While in college, she interned at WRAL and WGAL and worked on the student-run show Weather Watch.

Rachel Coulter Family

Coulter spent her first ten years in Wisconsin before her family moved to Wake Forest, North Carolina. She has a brother, Tom, and a sister, Rebecca. Information about her parents is not available and will be updated as soon as it is availed.

Rachel Coulter Husband

Coulter is very quiet about her personal life, thus it is unclear whether she is in a relationship. There are also no rumours of her having a previous connection with someone.

Rachel Coulter Salary

Coulter’s annual income ranges from $40,000 to $120,000.

Rachel Coulter’s Net Worth

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

Rachel Coulter Career

Coulter works for WBTV as a meteorologist. She had an ambition to be a meteorologist while growing up in Wake Forest, North Carolina. She previously spent three years in Jackson, Mississippi, at WBTV’s sister station, WLBT.

She spent three years at KAIT in Jonesboro, Arkansas, before coming to Jackson. She initially attended the institution to conduct research, but she soon learned she enjoyed forecasting and communicating. Throughout her career, she has encountered severe weather throughout the Mid and Deep South and looks forward to the forecasting challenges in the Carolinas.


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