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Allison Rogers Bio, Age, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, Education, WYMT

Allison Rogers is an American journalist, who has been a Meteorologist and Reporter for WYMT-TV, the CBS station in Hazard, Kentucky. She joined WLWT-TV as a Weekend Meteorologist to replace Erik Zarnitz.

Allison Rogers is an American journalist, who has been a Meteorologist and Reporter for WYMT-TV, the CBS station in Hazard, Kentucky.  She joined WLWT-TV as a Weekend Meteorologist to replace Erik Zarnitz.

Allison Rogers Age

Details about her date of birth and age have not been revealed but She grew up on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. She is based in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. 

Allison Rogers Husband

Allison’s Relashionship status is personal, she has not disclosed if she is a relashionship.

Allison Rogers Salary

Her annual salary is estimated to be between $ 24,292 and $ 72,507 and the hourly average wage of between $ 10.15 and $ 31.32.

Allison Rogers Net Worth

As a Meteorologist her estimated net worth is under review it will be updated.

Allison Rogers Education

She graduated from Mississippi State University with a bachelor’s degree in geoscience.

Allison Rogers Career

Allison previously worked at WYMT, the CBS affiliate in Hazard, Ky, where she not only handled daily forecasting duties but served as a reporter. She replaces Erik Zarnitz, who left the station in September

A new meteorologist has joined the weekend news team at WLWT. Allison Rogers joins anchor Megan Mitchell on WLWT News 5 Today weekend mornings. She comes from WYMT, the CBS affiliate in Hazard, Ky., where she not only handled daily forecasting duties but served as a reporter.

She was delighted to join the WLWT weather team, raised on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, always considered herself a “beach girl” and the coastal atmosphere led me to his passion, weather. The first hurricane she remembers sitting through is Hurricane Georges. In 2005, Katrina hit her hometown of Long Beach, Mississippi. Shortly after, she packed her bags and made way to the mountains of eastern Kentucky.

She was a meteorologist and reporter for the CBS affiliate, WYMT, for two and a half years. During her time in eastern Kentucky, she visited Cincinnati and quickly fell in love with the city.

The hiring of Rogers means that Channel 5 has turned over half of its four on-air weather positions – and both weekend meteorologists — since May. Ashley Brown was hired in July as weekend morning forecast after Jennifer Schack quit in May after the birth of her third child. Allison’s drive to understand the weather, and to help other people understand and take action, never went away. Today as a broadcast meteorologist on Cincinnati NBC affiliate WLWT-TV, she’s the person others look to for information, and for safety when dangerous weather comes through.

WLWT is owned and operated by New York City-based Hearst Television Inc., which owns television and radio stations serving 26 markets across 39 states. The station debuted nearly 70 years ago – ‎Feb. 9, 1948 – and is the oldest NBC affiliate in the country.