Heather WaldmanVerified by our team
Heather Waldman is an award-winning AMS, and NWA certified broadcast meteorologist. She currently serves as an evening meteorologist at WGRZ-TV Channel 2 News. Previously, Heather has worked for NBC 10-WCAU, Sony, and AccuWeather in various positions.
One of the rising weather reporters, Heather Waldman, was born on August 4, but she hasn't revealed her actual birth year. She grew up in Pennsylvania and holds an American nationality.
Heather Waldman is Married!
Waldman is married to her boyfriend turned husband, Stephen Weitzner. The weather girl tried to keep her relationship as low-key as possible. However, on September 26, 2020, she announced the news of her wedding.
Heather shared a picture on her social media and revealed the couple tied their knot without much planning. On her Twitter and Instagram, Heather wrote: "It wasn’t the day we planned, but we so loved our #MostBuffalo wedding day." It seems they married in a register's office located in Buffalo, New York.
Little insight into Heather's Personal Life
Who is Heather's husband? When did they meet? Well, Heather's spouse, Stephen Weitzner, is a Postdoctoral Research Scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. He also worked as a teaching assistant at Penn State University.
It appears the couple started dating while they were undergrads. Heather and Stephen both attended Penn State University in 2009, which indicates they have known each other for 11 years as of now. They are yet to have children.
Heather, with her husband as a newly married pair, enjoys outdoor adventure. They can often be seen hiking and traveling. Further, Waldman is an animal lover, and she has adopted a few cats and dogs. She is an avid supporter of animal welfare.
The certified meteorologist Heather Waldman has a net worth of $500,000 as of 2020. She earns a decent annual salary of around $63,767. As a matter of fact, the average pay for the meteorologist ranges somewhere between $46,896-$83,983 per year. Some weather reporters as Alexandra Cranford and April Dupre also has impressive earnings.
Waldman joined WGRZ-TV in January 2017. After a year, she won an Edward R. Murrow Award in Innovation for her work on a story that relived Buffalo's infamous "Blizzard of '77".
Further, Heather earned her CBM from the American Meteorological Society in 2014. Similarly, she received her Broadcaster Seal of Approval from the National Weather Association in 2015. As of now, she is a full-time member of both organizations.
Passion for Weather and Climate
As a self-described weather geek, Heather was passionate about meteorology since her childhood. She has a double Bachelor in meteorology and telecommunications from Penn State University.
When Waldman is not on her workplace, she likes running, hiking, skiing, and rock climbing. She occasionally takes part in running competitions. Besides, Heather likes art and posts her artwork on social media as a daily doodle.