|Date of Birth||February 16, 1964 (age 50)|
|Working for||The Weather Channel|
|Spouse||Tamra Cantore (Wife) - divorced|
|Married on||1990 - 2007|
|Children(s)||Ben Cantore, Christina Cantore|
|Education at||Lyndon State College|
|Net Worth(s)||$3.5 million|
|Name on Birth||James D. Cantore (Real Name)|
|Weight||79 kg (approx.)|
Jim is the "Mike Wallace" of meteorology. When he shows up, you know the weather is going to get interesting. James D. Cantore is an American meteorologist.
Jim Cantore was born in Beacon Falls, Connecticut, USA as James D. Cantore.
Jim Cantore was raised in White River Junction, Vermont. He has been showing deep interest in weather and its phenomenon from a very tender age.
Cantore graduated from Lyndon State College in 1986.
His marriage produced a daughter Christina, born in 1993, and a son Ben, born in 1995.
Girlfriend, dating and affair
He has no affairs with anybody and is living a divorced life.
Career Life and Jobs
The Weather Channel gave him his first job out of college in July of that year, and he has worked with the channel ever since. Though he was not with the weather network since its beginning, Cantore has become one of the most well-known meteorologists on television. Cantore has been lauded for his ability to "break down" complicated weather events into terms that the average viewer can understand. Cantore is often selected to go to report on weather events; since the ratings for the Weather Channel increase during severe weather events, Cantore has, in turn, become a recognizable figure.
His early work at TWC included developing the audience favorite Fall Foliage Forecast. He has reported from events such as the Space Shuttle Discovery launch, the "Winter X Games," PGA tournaments, NFL games, and more.
Though Jim is best known for his live field coverage of major weather events (such as Hurricanes Andrew, Fran, Georges, Floyd, Mitch and Bonnie), his contributions are well beyond severe weather field reporting. Jim was the creator, producer, writer and talent for an annual on-air segment, "The Fall Foliage Report" (which was later expanded to 1-900-WEATHER and weather.com.) During the 1999-2000 NFL Football seasons, Jim was part of the "FOX NFL Sunday" team, reporting on the games affected by the weather.
Aside from live reporting for TWC, Cantore also serves as the narrator on the TWC series Storm Stories.
He is also featured in the beginning of the ECHL's Stockton Thunder entrance video saying "Hello, this is meteorologist Jim Cantore from the Weather Channel; a special weather advisory has been issued for the Central Valley—a 100% chance of thunder."
After NBC Universal's acquisition of The Weather Channel in 2008, Cantore has occasionally filled in for Al Roker on The Today Show. He was also in London hosting weather segments for NBC during the 2012 Summer Olympics.
Wife, Marriage and Divorce
Jim married Tamra Cantore, whom he met while at TWC. They divorced in 2007.
Shirtless and pictures
He is admired by many people and his pictures are widely searched by female internet users.
Height, weight and age
He has a significant height of five feet and eight inches. His body also has a great height-weight balance.
Nationality, Ethnicity, religion
He is an American by nationality and he is from white ethnicity. He follows Christianity.
Net Worth, Salary and income
Jim Cantore is an American meteorologist with a net worth of $3.5 million. James "Jim" Cantore built his net worth as on –air personality for the Weather Channel.
Award and Achievement
Jim is a member of both the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society. He holds the AMS Television Seal of Approval. He also received the NOAA-David S. Johnson Award in 2002 for his innovative use of environmental satellite technology.
Quotes, Gossip and Rumor News
His ex-wife, Tamra suffers from Parkinson's disease and both children have Fragile X syndrome.
Cantore does charitable work for both diseases, supporting FRAXA, the Fragile X Research Foundation, and the Parkinson’s Unity Walk. He also contributes his time to Make-a-Wish Foundation events around the country and he has also served as a celebrity cabinet member with the American Red Cross.