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Lee Southwick Biography
Lee Southwick is a prominent American journalist working at WDSU-TV in Louisiana as a meteorologist presently. She has been part of the station since joining the family in August 2021. Southwick worked for three years and two months at WFSA located in Montgomery.
Alabama as a meteorologist before she went to WDSU-TV. Southwick loves watching football, SCUBA diving, and spending time with her handsome boyfriend anytime she is not at the station working.
Lee Southwick Age
Southwick was born in Jacksonville, Florida, in the U.S. But, she has not shared exact information regarding her date and year of birth.
Lee Southwick Height
Southwick stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (Approx. 1.64 m).
Lee Southwick Family
Southwick was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida, in the U.S under the warmth of care of her loving parents. She belongs to the Caucasian-American ethnicity but holds American citizenship by birth.
Lee Southwick Husband
Currently, Southwick is in a romantic relationship with her loving, and caring boyfriend. She has not revealed much about his name and their relationship status (whether married or not).
Lee Southwick Education
Southwick graduated from a local high school and later she chased after her childhood. Dreams when she joined the University of Florida. She joined the institution and later pursued her Bachelor of Science degree in Geography in 2014.
In 2020, Southwick graduated with her Master’s degree in Meteorology from Mississippi State University.
Lee Southwick Salary
Southwick receives an annual average salary of $92,680, according to WDSU-TV anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Lee Southwick Net Worth
Southwick earns an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Lee Southwick Career
In August 2015 Southwick got her first job as a journalist at the University of Florida while still a student. She commenced her career by working at WUFT as a weather anchor. Southwick joined WRUF-TV after working at WUFT two and ten months later.
She forecasted on Television, Radio, and all media platforms while at the station. Southwick left the station after staying for two years and three months and later migrated from Florida to Alabama. She was hired at WSFA 12 News as a meteorologist, although after she worked at WSFA 12 News for three years. And two months, later she left the station and joined WDSU-TV in Alabama.