Heather Mathis Biography
Heather Mathis is an American journalist as of now working in Nashville, Tennessee at WTVF NewsChannel 5 weather team as a meteorologist. Mathis gives and forecasts weather updates every weekday newscast from 5 Am to 7 Am. In August 2017, she joined WTVF News.
Mathis decided to become a meteorologist after the deadly April 1998 Middle Tennessee tornado outbreak. This event sparked her to set the base for her career mission and fascination with meteorology. Which is to keep viewers’ informative weather forecasts and informed of accurate.
Heather Mathis Age|Birthday
Heather Mathis was born on August 15th, 1989, in Mt Juliet, Tennessee, the United States. She celebrates her birthday on August 15 every year. Mathis is 32 years old as of 2021
Heather Mathis Height
She stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 inches/Approx 1.70 m tall.
Heather Mathis Education
Mathis joined Mt. Juliet High School for her high school diploma. She graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism later on. from the University of Middle Tennessee State. Mathis also holds a second degree in Meteorology from the University of Mississippi State.
Heather Mathis Family
Mathis was born to her caring parents in Mt Juliet, Tennessee, the United States. She has an elder sister who recently lost her five-year-old daughter called Maggie.
Heather Mathis Husband
Mathis is merely married to her caring and cute husband Ryan. However, she has not disclosed more details concerning her husband. In September the year 2020 celebrated their 5 wedding anniversary.
Heather Mathis Salary
Mathis receives an annual salary of $77,625 per year, according to WTVF anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Heather Mathis’s Net Worth
She earns an approximate net worth of $ 1 million – $ 5 million US dollars.
Heather Mathis Career
Presently, Mathis Serves as a meteorologist in Nashville, Tennessee at WTVF NewsChannel 5 weather team. She gives and forecasts weather updates every weekday newscasts from 5 Am to 7 Am in August 2017 and joined WTVF News.
In August 2017, Mathis joined WTVF News. After the deadly April 1998 Middle Tennessee tornado outbreak she decided to become a meteorologist. She was a weather anchor for a student-run television station additionally, throughout her time in college.
Mathis is guided by her passion which is ensuring viewers feel prepared and ready for informative forecasts and the day through accurate.