Amy Sweezey works at Wesh -2 in Florida as a meteorologist. She can be seen on CW18’s WESH 2 News Sunrise from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., as well as on WESH 2 News Sunrise from 4:30 to 7:00 a.m. In August 2002, she joined WESH 2’s First Alert Weather team.
She previously worked for more than seven years at WWMT-TV in Kalamazoo, Michigan, forecasting snowstorms and severe weather. She also worked for WSJV-TV in South Bend, Indiana, and Chicago, Illinois.
Amy was awarded the Broadcaster of the Year award by the National Weather Association in 2018 for her outstanding performance as a meteorologist.
Amy Sweezey Net Worth:
Working as a meteorologist in the United States has a net worth of $1.6 million.
Birthday: How Old Is Amy Sweezey?
Amy Sweezey was born on November 4, 1971, in the United States of America, and she is 48 years old as of February 2020.
Family & Education:
Amy Sweezey was born in Michigan and has a sister and parents.
She graduated from Loyola University of Chicago with a degree in Magna Cum Laude. She then went on to Mississippi State University to obtain her meteorological studies degree. As a result, she has the National Weather Association (NWA) Seal of Approval and the American Meteorological Society’s distinguished Certified Broadcast Meteorologist accreditation (AMS).
Married Details, Husband:
Amy Sweezey is married to John Sweezey, who served in the United States Navy. On February 14, 1998, the couple tied the knot.
(Photo: Amy Sweezey’s Instagram)She and her husband, John, have three children together: two daughters and a son. Their first/eldest daughter, Hurricane Jeanne, is in grade 9 as of February 2020; their second kid, a son, is in grade 7; and their third/youngest child, a daughter, is in 5th grade.
Amy now lives in Seminole County, Orlando, Florida, with her husband and three children.
Amy Sweezey Is An Author Too:
Amy Sweezey is a well-known meteorologist who is also an author. It Never, Ever Snows In Florida, her debut children’s book, tells the story of AJ, a Florida native who has never seen snow.
Her second book, Let’s Talk Weather, TV Forecasting: Behind the Scenes, was a nonfiction book that detailed the science behind the forecast and the techniques she employs to predict weather changes.