Quick Facts of Allison Chinchar
|Full Name||Allison Chinchar|
|Date of Birth||09 April, 1984|
|Birthplace||Mansfield, Ohio, The USA|
|Height||5' 8" (1.78m)|
|Weight||55 KG (121 lbs)|
|Education||The Ohio State University|
Allison Chinchar is a talented American freelancing meteorologist for CNN and HLN. She appears regularly on ‘CNN’sNews Day Weekend’ and HLN’s ‘Weekend Express.’ Moreover, she also appears in a couple of CNN International Programs as well. In these programs, she covers news about Hurricanes, Blizzards, Flooding, and wildfires.
Allison Chinchar’s Relationship
The 36 years old meteorologist is a married woman as of 2021. Allison Chinchar is happily living with her husband, Michael Bettes who is also a meteorologist and storm chaser. Currently, he works for The Weather Channel in Atlanta, Georgia. The two tied the knot with husband and wife back in October 2012.
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In fact, their marriage ceremony was a private function with only their close friends and families. Before exchanging the wedding vows, the duplet dated for a couple of years. Moreover, both of them are meteorologists and share screens together.
From their 8 years of togetherness, the lovebirds share one kid. Their children, a baby boy, Landen Benjamin was born in January 2015. As of 2021, Landen’s age is 5 years old. Prior to their marriage, her spouse, Michael Bettes was in a marital relationship with his ex-wife, Stephanie who was his former co-host.
Allison Chinchar’s Net Worth
As a famous meteorologist, Allison has earned a hefty amount of money through his successful career. The average income of a meteorologist is around $58,089 per year. But, being an experienced meteorologist and working for reputed companies such as CNN and HLN, he must be earning over $150,000 per year.
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As of now, Allison Chinchar’s fortune is around $500,000. Without a doubt, the primary source of his income is his professional career as a meteorologist. He started his career as the chief meteorologist at WLOS-TV and worked for three years.
Then, he joined The Weather Channel in 2003 where he worked in different positions. Not to mention, he worked there as Weekend Evening Anchor, Co-host of Abrams, Bettes Beyond the Forecast, and expert meteorologist of AMHQ.
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