Emmy Award-Winning, Amelia Draper is an American weather forecaster and a meteorologist. She has been working for the NBC’s Storm Team 4 in Washington, DC.
Amelia Draper Bio
On 11th December, Amelia Draper usually celebrates her birthday but her actual birth of date is missing. She is the daughter of father Dave Segal and mother Mari Segal. Her birthplace is Frederick, Maryland. Amelia parents involved in farming and had horses, chickens, and peacocks on their Middletown farm.
Having American nationality, Amelia is of white ethnicity. She has a siblings brother Graham Segal. During her school days, she worked as a snowboard instructor at Whitetail Ski Resort. He enrolled at Middletown High School located in Middletown, Connecticut. She completed her higher level study and graduate in the year 2004. Then she earned a degree in meteorology From Penn State University.
Is Amelia Draper still Married? Her Husband, Wedding Pictures
Amelia Draper is still married with her husband. Her husband name is Matthew Draper. Amelia and Matthew tied the wedding knot on 7th May 2016. She shared this excited news about her marriage on twitter on 11th May 2016. However, Amelia Draper didn’t share picture of wedding dress with her husband.
Also, she said
Amelia with her husband yet to be parents of children. Hope soon the couple would became parents of kids. Also, Amelia never been a part of rumors and controversies yet regarding her professional or private life.
What’s Amelia Draper Net Worth and Salary?
Draper had longtime experience in broadcast journalism, so she earned more than the average salary. The average salary of weather forecaster around between $33,774 to $112,519 a year. So, Amelia Draper has collected net worth around $500 thousand.
Arguably, she gets paid a handsome salary from her work but the exact figure is not known to the public. She prefers to lead a modest lifestyle with her income.
What is the Height of Amelia Draper?
Amelia Draper has a decent height with slim body figure. Draper has dark brown colored color with light brown eyes color.
First job of Amelia while studying in college with CNET, an access television channel for Centre County, Pennsylvania. After graduation, she started working in WJET/Wfxp as a weekend meteorologist in Erie. Also, she got a chance to record its second snowiest winter which was about 145 inches deep.
Then she joined Buffalo’s WIVB-WNLO in the morning sifts. Amelia had chased four tornadoes in one afternoon at the same time. However, she started working on NBC 4 Washington. In the network, she worked for forecasting weather in 103.5 WTOP Radio, NBC Washington, and News 4 of NBC as well.