Chuck Bell Biography
Chuck Bell (born May 9, 1967) is an American Meteorologist who has been working with the News4 StormTeam4 since October of 2004. Chuck’s forecasts can be seen on News4 Today, News4 Midday, on NBCWashington.com, and on 103.5 WTOP. Growing up outside of Atlanta, he became a weather fanatic at a young age.
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Chuck Bell Age
Chuck is 55 years old as of 2022, he was born on May 9, 1967, in Atlanta, United States of America. He celebrates his birthday on May 9, every year.
Chuck Bell Height
Chuck stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 m) tall.
Chuck Bell Parents
Chuck was born and raised by her parents in the United States of America. Details about his parents, family, and siblings are not available. We are keeping tabs and will update these details once it is out.
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Chuck Bell Husband
Chuck is openly a gay man, he is married to his husband Eric Klein since April 2015. On 21st April year 2019, they celebrated their fourth wedding anniversary by taking a trip to Rome, Italy. Chuck and his husband Eric share fifteen years age difference. Chuck currently resides in Washington, DC with his husband and their 3-adorable dogs.
Chuck Bell Salary
Chuck receives an average annual salary of $24,292 and $72,507. Through his various sources of income, we believe that Chuck has been able to accumulate a good salary as a Meteorologist who has been working with the News4 StormTeam4 since October of 2004.
Chuck Bell Net Worth
Chuck has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million dollars. Which he accumulated from his professional career as a meteorologist who has been working with the News4 StormTeam4 since October of 2004.
Chuck Bell NBC
Chuck has been a Meteorologist with the News4 StormTeam4 since October of 2004. Chuck’s forecasts can be seen on News4 Today, News4 Midday, NBCWashington.com, and on 103.5 WTOP.
Chuck’s first weather memory dates to April 4, 1974, when, as a first-grade student, Chuck along with classmates spent the entire afternoon in the “duck and cover” position in the hallway as tornado-producing storms roared overhead. From that point on Chuck was interested in anything and everything weather-related.
When it came time to select a college there was only one school that could offer a weather experience and a weather education – The University of Oklahoma. After years of storm chasing from Texas to South Dakota, and interning at TV stations in Oklahoma City, Boston as well as Atlanta, it was time to hit the airwaves.
Chuck’s broadcasting career has included stops in Albany, GA, Greenville, SC. Roanoke, VA as well as Oklahoma City, OK. before Chuck arrived at NBC4. Some of his favorite weather events include the first “Storm of the Century” – the March 1993 storm which crippled the Western Carolinas and much of the East Coast.
The Blizzard of ninety-six left twenty-nine of snow in the Roanoke Valley and Hurricane Isabel flooded the Chesapeake Bay in the year 2003. Though Chuck is a snow-lover who was perfectly happy with Washington’s record-setting snowfall in the winter of 2009-2010, his most memorable weather experience was working the May 3, the year 1999 tornado outbreak while working for KOKH-TV in Oklahoma City.
On that terrible day, central Oklahoma experienced more than 60 tornadoes that claimed the lives of 50 people as well as did 1.9 billion dollars in damage. Chuck, and his co-workers at KOKH, did non-stop coverage of the storms for almost 9 straight hours.
Chuck’s efforts garnered him the “Governor’s Humanitarian Award for Outstanding Service” which was presented to him by Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating on June 23, 1999. When not focusing on the forecast Chuck is an avid distance runner. Chuck has completed the Marine Corps Marathon in DC 3 times and hopes to keep running it every year.
When the weather is nice Chuck can often be seen cruising downtown DC in his vintage 1962 Corvette. Having owned the car for 15 years Chuck has still only driven it with the top up a handful of times.