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Mike Seidel

Mike Seidel

Quick Facts

Date of Birth January 18, 1957 (age 57)
Nationality American
Profession Meteorologist
Working for Weather Channel
Ethnicity White
Marital Status Married
Spouse Christine Schroder (wife)
Married on 1994
Children(s) N/A(Kids)
Net Worth(s) $3.5 million
Name on Birth Michael Phillip "Mike" Seidel
Divorce Not Yet
Height 1.78 m
Weight 79 kg / 174 lbs
Religion N/A
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Gray Brown
Twitter @mikeseidel

Mike Seidel is an American meteorologist who has been working since March 1992 for The Weather Channel he is mostly noted for his field reporting from breaking weather including severe weather, hurricanes and snowstorms. He was born on January 18, 1956 in Salisbury, Maryl as Michael Phillip "Mike" Seidel. Details regarding his personal life are not known yet he has a secret life and likes to keep it as a secret. From his childhood he was interested in weather. At the age of six he began to measure snowfall at his home town and Seidel installed a weather station at the roof of his house when he was in eighth grade. After graduating from Wicomico Senior High School, Seidel went to the Salisbury State College and earned a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in mathematics, in 1979 and also majored in geography. After his bachelor studies he went to at Pennsylvania State University where he earned his Master's degree in Meteorology.

 Immediately after his graduation, Seidel started his television career in Salisbury with WMDT-TV in. Seidel wrote his master's thesis under the direction of Gregory S. Forbes, now The Weather Channel's expert on severe weather. During his graduate studies, Seidel appeared on Weather World on the Pennsylvania Public Television Network. Seidel's first full-time broadcasting position was at WYFF-TV in Greenville, South Carolina, where he worked from 1983 through 1989. He next returned in 1989 to Salisbury to work as the meteorologist for WBOC-TV. Seidel remained there until March 1992, when he left for The Weather Channel. Seidel covered his first storm, Hurricane Edouard, on Labor Day Weekend in 1996 on Cape Cod. Since then he has covered more than fifty tropical storms and hurricanes, nor'easters, numerous snow and ice storms and tornado outbreaks. He has also reported live from the PGA Tour, the Baseball All-Star Game, the World Series, and the Indianapolis 500 automobile race. Since 2002, Seidel has been the host of the National Football League "Kickoff Forecast" segments every Sunday morning from NFL venues. While at The Weather Channel, Seidel has appeared on numerous network news programs, including NBC-TV's Today Show and NBC Nightly News, CBS-TV's The Early Show, The CBS Evening News and CBS Sunday Morning, and ABC-TV's Good Morning America, World News Tonight, Nightline and World News Now. Seidel has also reported live from breaking weather on MSNBC, the Cable News Network and Fox News Channel. Seidel has filled in for Tony Perkins in 2003 on ABC's Good Morning America and for Al Roker in 2009 on NBC's The Today Show. He became the first Weather Channel and U.S. meteorologist to report live from Cuba during coverage of Tropical Storm Isaac August 24–26, 2012.

Regarding his marital status he I a married man. Since 1994 Seidel has been married to the former Christine Schroder. This couple together has two children and they are Sam and Zoe. The very smart Mike has a realistic personality to him. He looks dashing and handsome as he has a great height, weight and body. Although his measurements are not available his body can be viewed in his shows and photos.  We can see his photo in the internet as there are millions of his photos in the web. He is of an American nationality and American white ethnicity. And as his religion he is a Christian.

Mike has established a stable career for himself. He’s ranked as one of the skilled journalists which make him receive great amount of salary from his employers. However, at this time, he’s total net worth has not made public yet. He has made that prosperity through his own uphill struggle. His work has made him awarded with different awards and honors. He earned the American Meteorological Society's Television Seal of Approval back in 1988. He was awarded with the Distinguished Alumnus Award from by the department of topography and area planning at Salisbury State College in credit of his exceptional hold in 1994. Mike has a good job and income holding his family. He is satisfied with his work as everyone praised his work. There are no rumors about him in the public and is living a happy and satisfied life with his profession and family. 

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