David Yeomans Bio, Age, Height, Family, Fiance, KXAN, Salary and Net worth

David Yeomans Biography

David Yeomans is a well-known American meteorologist. He is known for being a three-time Emmy Award-winning meteorologist. David serves as the weekday morning meteorologist for NBC affiliate KXAN-TV. 

David Yeomans Education

David went to study meteorology at the University of Miami.

David Yeomans KXAN

David Yeomans the three-time Emmy Award-winning Meteorologist has been fascinated by weather for as long as he can remember. By the fourth grade, he was checking out stacks of meteorology books from the public library, gathering as much knowledge as he could. A year after that, David became a registered storm spotter and kept records for the National Weather Service office.

He later went  to study meteorology at the University of Miami. This being during the summer of his first year at Miami, he later came back home to Austin to intern at the KXAN weather department under Jim Spencer. During his college career, he held internships at Spectrum News in Austin and CBS4 Miami.

After Hurricane Katrina had ravaged New Orleans in 2005, David helped rebuild the upper-Ninth Ward neighborhood with Habitat for Humanity, serving as an assistant carpenter.

David is also a published undergraduate researcher under world-renowned climate change expert, Dr. Brian Soden, studied the relationship between water vapor in the high levels of the atmosphere and global warming.

He later returned to the University of Miami for graduate studies in meteorology in 2010. During which time in graduate school, he was involved in campus broadcasting programs giving a daily weather forecast on WVUM radio, which is ranked as the No. 1 college radio station by the MTV-U Woodie Awards. David also served as the weather anchor for the campus TV station’s award-winning half-hour news show, Newsvision.

David researched hurricane formation for his Masters thesis and was a guest scientist aboard an NOAA Hurricane Hunter flight. He was invited to present his research at the American Meteorological Society’s annual conventions in 2012, 2013, and 2016.

David has a  Certified Broadcast Meteorologist seal from the American Meteorological Society. He also received a Lone Star Emmy Award for the First Warning Weather University series in 2019 and 2020, and also another Lone Star Emmy Award in 2015 which was  for the First Warning Weather Team’s Summer Weather Outlook.

David was awarded First Place Weathercast in 2016 by the Texas Associated Press Broadcasters, and Television On-Air Personality of the Year in 2018 by the Alliance for Women in Media.

David Yeomans Salary

David receives an annual salary ranging between  $75,000-200,000.

David Yeomans Net worth

David has an estimated net worth ranging between $ 1 million – $ 2 million dollars.

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David Yeomans Age

David is 47 years old as of 2021. He was born in 1975 Austin, Texas.

David Yeomans Height

David stands at a height of 6 feet tall.

David Yeomans Family

David has not revealed any details concerning his family.

David Yeomans Fiance

David is engaged to Izzy Wagner.

David Yeomans Articles

Helicopter survey shows Central Texas tornado damage

Following a once-in-a-15 or 20-year tornado outbreak Monday evening, KXAN Chief Meteorologist David Yeomans rode in a helicopter early Tuesday to survey the damage paths across Central Texas. Taking off from Creedmoor southeast of Austin, David and his crew cruised northward just 500 feet above Interstate 35 through downtown Austin toward Round Rock. Arriving at I-35 and the State Highway 45 flyovers in Round Rock, the damage was apparent.

Austin ranks 5th in U.S. for greatest risk of wildfires

According to financial services company CoreLogic, which ranked cities based on the number – and value – of homes at risk in a wildfire, Austin ranks highest of any city on the list outside of the state of California. Los Angeles, Calif. Riverside, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. AustinBill McMillin lives in the Highland Park West/Balcones Area Neighborhood, just feet from the Bright Leaf Preserve.

‘Wildfire outbreak’ possible with Thursday weather setup

A combination of extremely low humidity, gusty winds and dry vegetation may lead to a “wildfire outbreak” on Thursday, according to the Texas A&M Forest Service. While areas from Austin eastward are expecting high humidity, mostly cloudy skies and even a few light rain showers on St. Patrick’s Day, a front called the ‘dry line’ will move through the Hill Country – bringing a very high fire danger west of Highway 281.


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