Eric Fisher Biography, Age, Meteorologist, Education, Wife

Eric Fisher is an American Chief Meteorologist for CBS Boston’s WBZ-TV News and anchors weather segments weeknights at 5 PM, 6 PM, and 11 PM, as well as WBZ-TV News at 10 PM on myTV38 (WSBK-TV). He is also a frequent contributor the CBS News, often found reporting on breaking severe weather across the country on the CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley.

Eric Fisher Biography

Eric Fisher is an American Chief Meteorologist for CBS Boston’s WBZ-TV News and anchors weather segments weeknights at 5 PM, 6 PM, and 11 PM, as well as WBZ-TV News at 10 PM on myTV38 (WSBK-TV). He is also a frequent contributor the CBS News, often found reporting on breaking severe weather across the country on the CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley.

Eric Fisher Age

Information about Fisher’s age is not available but we will update it soon.

Eric Fisher Meteorologist

Born and raised in New England, Eric says there are few places on earth that produce weather like this little corner of the U.S. It offers the challenges of blockbuster snowstorms, hurricanes, tornadoes, heat waves, frigid cold snaps, and dramatic seasonal shifts.

Eric vividly remembers Memorial Day of 1995 as a day that helped solidify his path as a meteorologist, when an infamous tornado ripped through Great Barrington in the Berkshires. Glued to the red warnings crawling across the screen and watching the radar, his career in weather was born.

Eric Fisher Career

Fisher joined WBZ-TV News from The Weather Channel in Atlanta where he spent three years as a Meteorologist. He produced and delivered national forecasts and contributed to numerous live reports on extreme weather for The Weather Channel, NBC Nightly News, TODAY and MSNBC.

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Some of the most notable events Fisher reported from including the Moore, Oklahoma tornado in 2013; the 2011 tornado Super Outbreak; Hurricanes Sandy, Irene, and Isaac; and the massive blizzards that essentially shut down New York City in December of 2010 and Boston in February of 2013.

Recent times have unfortunately provided no shortage of natural disasters. Previously Fisher worked as the morning meteorologist at WGGB-TV in Springfield, Massachusetts.

 

 

Eric Fisher Education

A supporter of science and learning, Eric is a member of both the Mount Washington Observatory and the Blue Hill Observatory here in New England.

Eric is a graduate of the State University of New York at Albany (SUNY) with a B.S. degree in Atmospheric Science and a minor in Mathematics.

Eric Fisher Wife| Wedding| Children

The beautiful couple, Eric, and Elizabeth Corridan married on 15th October 2011 at the Barn at Gibbet Hill in Groton. Regarding the ceremony, it was an intimate ceremony attended by close friends, relatives, and family.

We all are familiar with Eric but what about his wife, well, she is a producer for CNN in Atlanta and also a public relations manager at Shriners Hospital for Children.

The pair, of course, has a busy schedule but despite this, the couple shares a great bond and has no rumors regarding their divorce and extramarital affairs.

It’s been years that they are together but the couple has no children yet and has revealed no such planning as well. We hope to hear some good news in the future about their young ones.

Eric Fisher Quick Facts

  • Born in Boston, England.
  • Is a British and belongs to the white ethnicity.
  • Son of Debra Fisher and Paul Fisher.
  • Has a height of 6 feet 5 inches.
  • Graduated from the University at Albany, SUNY where he studied science, meteorology, mathematics, and physics.
  • Started working as a greenhouse artist during his high schooling period.
  • Began working as a meteorologist from WGGB-TV Broadcasting, LLC.
  • Is a chief meteorologist at WBZ-TV in Boston.
  • He is equally popular as another meteorologist including Vera Jimenez, Mike Seidel, Crystal Egger and many others.

Eric Fisher Qatar awarded the next two editions of Fifa Club World Cup

Article by Eric Fisher;

Fifa has awarded Qatar the rights to host the next two editions of the Fifa Club World Cup in 2019 and 2020.

The Gulf state will host the final two editions of the tournament in its current 7-team format before the event is expanded to 24 teams as part of a commercial revamp in 2021.

A statement from Fifa said: “The upcoming editions of the seven-team competition will serve as valuable test events in the build-up to the Fifa World Cup 2022, even more so since their timing – usually around early December – corresponds with that of the next Fifa World Cup, allowing for testing under similar climatic conditions.”

Fifa said it would analyze and proactively approach potential hosts for the revamped tournament in 2021 before making a recommendation at the next Fifa Council meeting in Shanghai, China, on 23 and 24 October.

Fifa announced in March that the pilot edition of the new 24-team tournament in 2021 will replace the Fifa Confederations Cup and be played in the same slot in the international match calendar in June and July.

The latter tournament, which traditionally took place in the summer ahead of the Fifa World Cup, tended to act as a dress rehearsal for the larger event but it suffered a mixed reception from fans and Fifa faced having to move the 2021 edition because the Qatari summer would be too hot to play football.

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