Doug Heady Biography, Age, Education, Career, Salary, Contact, Twitter

Doug Heady Biography

Doug Heady  is an American reporter  originally from Kansas City, Missouri, Doug came to KOAM from KSHB, where he did the morning weather. He is the chief Meteorologist of  KOAM TV. Heady was the youngest person certified by American Meteorological Society. He is also certified by National Weather Association in 2003. Now a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist, which replaced the AMS

Doug Heady Age

Heady’s age, date of birth, place of birth has not been disclosed. In her recent photo he seems to be in his mid 40’s

Doug Heady Education

In December 2002, the University of Kansas alum took over as the KOAM Chief Meteorologist.

Doug Heady Career

Heady is the chief Meteorologist of  KOAM TV. Heady was the youngest person certified by American Meteorological Society. He is also certified by National Weather Association in 2003. Now a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist, which replaced the AMS.

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Doug Heady Salary

Heady has earns a decent amount of money as the chief  Meteorologist of  KOAM TV. However, he has not disclosed his salary to the media but will be updated soon.

Doug Heady Contact

Heady’s Email:dheady@koamtv.com

Doug Heady Twitter

Doug Heady Article

LONG RANGE FORECAST BASED OFF THE HEADY PATTERN. THIS COVERS NEBRASKA, IOWA, KANSAS, MISSOURI, OKLAHOMA AND ARKANSAS.

Numbers each week is my severe weather index. The closer to 0 the better. The higher the number the severe weather chances are much greater!

Next Week: Thunderstorms chances with a severe threat continue on just about each day. However, these will be scattered and mainly hail and wind events. But need to be watched. We will warm through the 80s through the week.

June 9th-15th: A warm start to the week with a hot second half of the week. We will continue with scattered storms and a low severe threat just about each and every day.

June 16th-22nd: A warm but hot week. This means temperatures in the mid to upper 80s and 90s. Still the scattered storms popping up most days.

June 23rd-29th: A warm start, but the heat kicks in the middle of the week. The heat will stick around the rest of the week with slight chances for thunderstorms Sunday, Wednesday and then again by the weekend.

June 30th-July 6th: Mainly a hot week with slight chances for storms on the 1st, 2nd and again on the 4th.

July 7th-13th: A warm week with a few pop up storms on Wednesday and Thursday.

July 14th-20th: Mainly hot temperatures with scattered thunderstorms on Wednesday and then on Friday and Saturday.

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