They say no one can write knowingly of the weather who walks bent over on wet days. A.J.Burnett isn't one of those guys.
He knows New England and relays important weather forecasts in a clear and personable way which attracts viewers.Today we discuss A.J. Burnett's in net worth, salary, and other monetary terms!
A.J. Burnett is a 15-year veteran meteorologist as well as the Weather Producer known for WCVB's StormTeam 5, an ABC-affiliated tv station based in Boston Ma s sachusetts, United States. Prior to joining WCBV-TV, Burnett worked as a Substitute Teacher at Beverly Public Schools. He is widely recognized as a dedicated weather scientist.
How Much Does A.J. Burnett Earn In A Year; Discover His Net Worth and Salary
A.J. Burnett is paid around $60,535 to $62,992 annually for his position as a Weekend Meteorologist with WCVB-TV's EyeOpener morning newscasts. Despite being a successful journalist, Burnett has managed to keep his personal life away from media.
To add to his a s sets, Burnett has a quite lavish home!
Given that was a weathercaster at WCVB-TV for 15 years covering some of the major weather breaking news, his net worth is $3 million, most likely, or more. However official figures aren't made public.
Presently, Burnett and his wife Carrie reside in the North Shore with their two little girls. He is currently involved with Hearst Television and Burnett Media Group.
A.J.Burnett Career Highlights
Burnett’s journalism career began in 1996. He worked as a Radio Broadcast Meteorologist until the end of 1998. From May 2000 to January 2004, A.J. worked as a freelance meteorologist at WFXT FOX25. From 2004 to 2012, he served as a weather anchor for eight years at WFXT and successfully converted weather content to higher resolution.
Burnett has covered many memorable storms, including, Super Storm Sandy, the Mother's Day Floods of 2005, and countless nor'easters as well as Tornado Outbreak in Western Ma s sachusetts in 2011, and the Blizzard of 2013. Burnett went to WCVB-TV in January 2013 as a weekend meteorologist with the network’s EyeOpener morning newscasts.
Storms in western Ma s s have a history of producing large hail and damaging winds. Western Worcester Co. next. #WCVB pic.twitter.com/ZhdUqeayl3
— A.J. Burnett (@WxManAJB) May 31, 2017
Apart from his work at WCVB, A.J. is certified with the Alzheimer's Association MA/NH Chapter, continuing a proud family tradition of volunteerism, Burnett has been an advocate and supporter of the a s sociation for many years, even holding a position on the chapter's Board of Directors.
Happy Saturday! Not perfect, but mainly dry for the first two-thirds of the holiday weekend. #WCVB pic.twitter.com/qg8V3kc5Np
— A.J. Burnett (@WxManAJB) May 27, 2017
On 14th April 2016, A.J.Burnett went for a vacation at the Museum of Science along with WCBV meteorologists; Mike Wankum and Danielle Vollmar. The WCVB team made special guest appearances in order to talk about the wonders of weather, from mild to the wild.
WCVB's Meteorologists participated in the Lightning Show at the MOS Theater of Electricity. They talked about vivid extreme weather topics like how clouds make lightning, how to predict thunderstorms, lightning safety, etc.
With proofs from the various equipment in the theater. A.J. served at different television stations in the region, such as WCSH6/WLBZ2 in Maine, WMUR-TV in New Hampshire and FOX25 New England Cable News in Boston.
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