Steve Rudin Biography
Steve Rudin is an American journalist meteorologist currently working as a noon and evening hours forecaster for WJLA-TV in Washington, DC from Monday to Friday. On weeknights, he can be seen on ABC7 News at 11 p.m. with Leon Harris and Alison Starling, and also at the WJLA 24/7 News at 10 p.m. with Jonathan Elias.
How old is Steve Rudin? – Age
He was born in 1972 in the United States of America. He is 29 years as of 2021.
Where did Steve Rudin go to school? – Education
At a young age, Steve aspired to be a meteorologist. His desire came true when he enrolled at Michigan State University and received a Bachelor of Science in geography and meteorology. He also went to Mississippi State University to study broadcast meteorology.
Steve Rudin – Family
He does, however, have a sister whose identity has not been revealed. In addition, information about his parents is currently unavailable but is being investigated.
He has not mentioned anything concerning his wife and kids.
What is Rudin’s Salary?
There is no information concerning his salary. However, meteorologists are paid a salary ranging between $63,619 and $69,744 a year.
Rudin Net Worth
He receives an estimated net worth of $2m.
Steve Rudin Career
Rudin is part of the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association, and has the Tv Seal of Approval. On weekday evenings, he can be seen alongside Leon Harris and Alison Starling on ABC7 News at 11 p.m., and also Jonathan Elias on WJLA 24/7 News at 10 p.m. Prior to joining the ABC7/WJLA-TV StormWatch Team, he operated at the CBS station in Washington, D.C., and the NBC affiliate in Madison, Wisconsin. Steve has also appeared on ABC’s highly regarded Good Morning America as a weather anchor.
Steve posts thought-provoking nuggets about the weather, current events, and anything else that piques his interest on his popular Facebook page and Twitter account.
Steve is a member of the community, presenting functions for groups like the Food and Friends, the Air Force Cycling Classic, Calvery Woman’s Services, the Sjögren’s Syndrom Foundation, Jewish Community Center, Doorways for Women and Families, Human Rights Campaign, and the Kennedy Center. Steve chose meteorology as a vocation because of his lifelong interest in earth science and worldwide travel.