Jacqui Jeras Bio, Married, Husband Kids, Net Worth, Salary, Education

American meteorologist, Jacqui Jeras has worked with Weather Channel, CNN, as well as NASA Unexplained Files. Also, she has worked at KCAU-TV and WEHT-TV.

Is Jacqui Jeras still Married with Her Husband?

The Journalist is neither single nor dating anyone at present. She is a happily married woman. She & her husband were college sweethearts and first met each other during their college days.

Jacqui Jears is married to her long-term boyfriend turned husband, Mike. She shared wedding vows with Mike in a secret ceremony in the presence of her family, close relatives, as well as close friends. From her married life, she welcomed two children with her husband.

The couple first welcomed their first child, a daughter, Aurora. After some year again the lovely couple welcomed their second kid, a son, Aston. She is living happily in life with her family.

Net Worth & Salary of Meteorologist, Jacqui Jeras

She earned well from her career as a meteorologist. She earns around $88,850 yearly at an average &  might receive $54,044 as an average salary per month. American meteorologist, Jacqui Jeras has an estimated net worth around $2 Million. Also, she worked as an on-camera meteorologist for more than twelve years on CNN and worked for about four years in WJLA-TV.

Bio, Education of Jacqui Jeras

On July 2, Jacqui Jeras was born in the United States of America. to American parents. Holding American nationality, he belongs to a white ethnic background. She attended Mississippi State University and received a certificate of Broadcast Meteorology in the year 1992. Then later she attended Iowa State University and earned a degree in Journalism.

Career in as Journalist

She started her career with KCAU TV as a Senior Reporter/Fill-in anchor and later went to work for WEHT TV, WHO-TV, CNN as well as WJLA. In 2018, Jeras is working as a freelance meteorologist in Atlanta Georgia, and served as assistance as local weather as fill-in reporter. The talented meteorologist has won the on-camera Meteorologist Peabody Award for covering  Hurricane Katrina and the Gulf Oil Spill. Jacqui reached heights in her career after she landed a job at CNN in 1999 as an on-camera meteorologist and continued working at the network for 13 years. She made notable remarks on CNN as an on-camera meteorologist for more than twelve years. Her long years of journey on CNN, she forecasted and worked as an expert for the network. Adding more of her achievements to the list, Jeras served the WJLA-TV  for four years. Further, Jacqui Jeras serves as a freelance meteorologist at Atlanta for The Weather Channel & CNN Networks.