Best known for her service on the Fox 25 Morning News, Shiri Spear is an American weather broadcaster for the Fox-affiliated TV station in Boston, Massachusetts. The popular weather broadcaster has also made her presence felt in several other TV stations such as the Miami-based NBC6 and WTVJ where she also worked as a meteorologist. Already familiar with the challenges of forecasting New England’s weather, Shiri’s experience in the field has seen her forecast on everything from Nor’easters to ice storms, down to spring flooding and major droughts.
As a reward for her hard work and dedication to her career, particularly during her time in the Boston 25 StormTracker Weather Center, the American Meteorologist has received a good number of awards and financial backings. Here are some interesting information about the American meteorologist
Shiri Spear – Biography, Age
The New England native was born in 1981 and was raised by her parents in her hometown, Hollis in New Hampshire. Further information about her siblings, as well as her childhood years, have not been found. However, there are reports that she was the captain of her high school volleyball team.
Although it is not also known where she had her early education, we are able to gather that Shiri attended McGill University located in Montreal, Canada after which she obtained a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Secondary Mathematics Education at Rivier University, a private university in Nashua, New Hampshire, USA. Shiri also learned about atmospheric and oceanic sciences at the Canadian University. In 2007, she had her MS in Atmospheric and Environmental Science from UMass Lowell.
Career as a Meteorologist
Shiri Spear started off her career at Dunkin’ Donuts where she was a summertime waitress, although she spoke about initially working as a preschool teacher. While working at Dunkin Donuts, she got a job at WWLP-TV22, a Springfield and Western Massachusetts local news station where she was to begin her career as a meteorologist.
Shiri worked with the WWLP-TV22 for more than three years before deciding to pursue further knowledge in her career by working with NBC owned-and-operated TV station, WTVJ, located in Miami. At the Miami-licensed TV station, Shiri worked from 2010 – 2012 and was able to develop more skills in her career, especially as it concerns tropical forecasting cell. There, she joined a team that does an annual Hurricane special and her role in the program fetched her two prestigious Emmy nominations and a CBM (Certified Broadcast Meteorologist) accreditation from the American Meteorological Society in the year 2012. After gaining all the necessary professional skill she needs to improve her career, Shiri Spear joined the WFXT team where she became the Fox 25 Morning News meteorologist.
Although her current net worth has not been revealed, her annual earning from the broadcasting firm is estimated at $126,785 which is averagely enough to take care of her luxurious lifestyle and family.
Married, Husband, Family
The New England native is happily married to her husband Matt who is a US Marine officer. It is not known when the two first met and where their wedding ceremony took place, it is believed that the couple has been living together for over a decade. They are also blessed with two beautiful daughters- Gabriella and Mia who appear to be in their teenage ages.
Shiri Spear’s Body Measurement,
It appears to be natural for all TV presenter to be beautiful and gorgeous and Shiri Spear is not left out. The Fox 25 news meteorologist is 5 feet 6 inches tall and she weighs 60 kg. Added to her beauty are her beautiful hazel color eyes and blond hair.
Social Media Presence
Spear is quite popular on various social media platforms. Her followers on networking sites like Twitter is over 30 thousand. On Instagram and Facebook, she has 23k and 29k followers, respectively.
- Her favorite sport is Volleyball. She led her team as a captain in high school.
- Her favourite TV programs include the drama series, The 100, Game of Thrones. Shiri Spear also loves to watch Sci-Fi TV Shows
- Spear sees teaching as her backup career. She said she would love to either teach 7th grade, Preschool or pursue a career in volcanology.
- While working as an NBC meteorologist in 2011, Shiri Spear had her peripheral blood stem cells donated to an unknown cancer patient who had a form of lymphoma.