Matt Peterson Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth , CBS 3

Matt Peterson
Matt Peterson

Matt Peterson Biography

Matt Peterson is a Meteorologist and weather producer presently working as the Eyewitness News weather team at CBS 3 since April 2017. He came back to the Philadelphia area after serving for Fox station affiliates respectively, NBC.

And KARK-TV/KLRT-TV as a weekend meteorologist for two years. Peterson also served at KCAU-TV as the morning meteorologist for about three years. He has also covered severe storms in the spring and much cold weather in the winter.

Peterson earned a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from the University of Penn State.  During his schooling time, Matt predicted for CNET Channel 7 News the weather  Channel in addition.

Matt Peterson Age

Peterson was born in Bucks County, Pennsylvania in the United States. However, he has not disclosed his exact age, day, and year of birth to the limelight.

Matt Peterson Height

Peterson stands at an average height of  5 ft 4 inches/ 1.5 m tall.

Matt Peterson Education

Peterson earned a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from the University of Penn State.  During his schooling time, Matt predicted for CNET Channel 7 News the weather  Channel.

Matt Peterson Family

Peterson likes to keep his life private. Hence no information regarding his father, mother, and siblings.

Matt Peterson Wife

Peterson is a happy married Meteorologist and weather producer to his caring wife Korie Peterson. The duo tied the knot on 15 August 2020, at Gesu Saint Joe’s Prep Church.

Matt Peterson Salary

Peterson earns an annual salary of $90,000k, in accordance with CBS 3 anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Matt Peterson Net worth

Peterson has an estimated net worth that ranges between $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars.

Matt Peterson Career

Matt Peterson is a Meteorologist and weather producer presently working as the Eyewitness News weather team at CBS 3 since April 2017. He came back to the Philadelphia area after serving for Fox station affiliates respectively, NBC.

And KARK-TV/KLRT-TV as a weekend meteorologist for two years. Peterson also served at KCAU-TV as the morning meteorologist for about three years. He has also covered severe storms in the spring and much cold weather in the winter.

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