Dallas Raines Biography

Dallas Raines is an American ABC7 Eyewitness News chief meteorologist who provides Weekday evening weather reports.

How old is Dallas Raines? – Age

He was born on 1 January in 1954 in Georgia, United States. He is 68 years as of 2022.

Where did Dallas Raines go to school? – Education

Dallas graduated from Florida State University with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism and earth science with a meteorology focus.

Dallas also has a master’s degree in meteorology and climatology.

Dallas Raines Wife – Family

Dannie Raines, a UCLA journalism and communications bachelor’s degree holder, is his wife. She is ecstatic to be collaborating alongside her husband, KABC Chief Meteorologist Dallas Raines, who is passionate about earth science and meteorology. The duo is committed to inspiring and educating young people about earth science and our strange weather. Dannie enjoys turning her husband’s/crazy professor’s weather worries and climate facts into a fantastic adventure and entertaining story.

Does Raines have any kids?

Georgia Raines is one of the couple’s three children.

Dallas Raines photo
Dallas Raines photo

What is Raines Salary?

His salary is under review.

Dallas Raines Net Worth

His net worth is predicted to be $3 million.

Dallas Raines has been on Channel 7 for how long? – Workplace

Dallas has earned the title of Certified Broadcast Meteorologist after passing the American Meteorological Society’s rigorous examination. Meteorologists who have achieved this certification have passed a difficult written exam that assesses their weather and forecasting knowledge. Their on-air work is evaluated by an AMS panel of specialists, who score their ability to deliver essential weather information to their audience.

Dallas is an AMS professional member who has won multiple accolades for great weather coverage, including the Seal of Approval for TV Broadcasting. Dallas was invited to join President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore at the White House for a 30-person scientist/climatologist debate on global warming.

Dallas was named Best Weatherperson in Los Angeles by the Daily News People’s Choice Award, among other accolades. He was awarded the title of Man of the Year by the American Cancer Society. He was named Best Weather Presenter/World level in the Paris, France competition. He was named Best Weathercast in Southern California in the 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. division of the Golden Mike Awards. He was named Best Weather Segment winner by the Associated Press.

The Greater Los Angeles Press Club honored him with the prize for Overall Excellence in a 60-Minute Newscast. KIIS Radio crowned Dallas the Most Popular On-Air Newscaster in Los Angeles.

He was also awarded CNN’s Most Popular On-Air Personality by ON CABLE magazine. For his coverage of Hurricane Frederic, he received the Outstanding Coverage Award from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA). Dallas is a meteorology professor at Cal State University, Northridge, where she is involved in a number of community service and fundraising programs when she is not on television.

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