Jonathan Yuhas Biography

Jonathan Yuhas is a trained meteorologist who works for KSTP – TV in the United States. In August of 2011, he joined the 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS weather team.

How old is Jonathan Yuhas? – Age

He was born in the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota, in the United States. His date of birth is unknown.

Where did Jonathan Yuhas go to school? – Education

He graduated from Edina High School. He went to the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks to study meteorology and aviation.

Jonathan Yuhas – Family

He grew up in Edina.

Is Yuhas still married – Wife and children

Jonathan is married to journalist Joy Lim Nakrin. Max and Maggie are their two children, while Foster is their cattle dog.


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Jonathan Yuhas photo

Jonathan Yuhas Illness 2021

Jonathan had his first pulmonary embolism in August of 2012. His blood clot was halted on its way from the bloodstream to the lungs, which was a life-threatening condition. He will be attacked again, even if he survives the battle in June 2020. He’s had some health problems with his small intestine recently.

Yuhas Height

He is 5 feet 8 Inches (1.72 meters) tall.

Yuhas Weight

His weight is about 62 Kilograms.

What is Yuhas Salary?

He receives an annual estimated salary of $89,160.

Yuhas Net Worth

His net worth is predicted to be $902, 568.

Does Yuhas still work at KSTP? – Career

For nearly two decades, he has worked as a meteorologist for KAAL in Austin/Rochester, KCRA in Sacramento, KEYC in Mankato,and KARE in the Twin Cities. Jonathan’s fascination with weather dates back to the age of seven.

While they were visiting cousins in Omaha, a tornado ripped through the area. When he came home to the Twin Cities, he began learning all he could about tornadoes and Minnesota weather.

Throughout his career, he has pursued tornadoes across the country, from Minnesota to Texas. He’s run 25 marathons and is a licensed pilot. He spent five years as a reserve officer with the Edina Police Department and has trained a number of police and fire organizations on how to deal with extreme weather.

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