Autumn Robertson Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Husband, WTSP, Salary and Net worth

Autumn Robertson Biography and Wiki

Autumn Robertson is a beautiful and talented American news journalist currently working for WTSP News as a  news anchor. She worked at CBS 4 Miami. Autumn was hired as the morning and weekend meteorologist and reporter at the CBS affiliate in Medford, Oregon.

Autumn Robertson Age | How old is Robertson?

Robertson has not disclosed her exact age to the public.

Autumn Robertson Birthday

It is Not Known When Robertson celebrates her birthday.

Autumn Robertson Height and Weight

Robertson stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches with a moderate weight.

Autumn Robertson Family

Robertson was born and brought up in the USA by her loving parents. However, she has not disclosed any further information on her family or her siblings.

Autumn Robertson Education

Autumn Robertson Husband | Is WTSP Robertson Married?

Robertson has not disclosed any information on her marital status and relationships. It is not known whether she is married or in a relationship right now. Her husband and spouse will soon be updated.

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Autumn Robertson Salary

Robertson receives an annual salary of $85,000-$95,000 from her career as a news journalist.

Autumn Robertson Net Worth | How Rich Is Robertson?

Robertson has an estimated net worth of $200,000-$500,000 as of 2022, from her successful career

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 Autumn Robertson
Autumn Robertson
  • Full Names: Autumn Robertson
  • Height: 5 feet 8 inches
  • Salary: $75,000 – $90,000
  • Net Worth: $100,000 – $500,000

Autumn Robertson WTSP Wikipedia

Autumn Robertson, a native of Atlanta, Georgia, is thrilled to join the WTSP weather team. She has always been interested in the weather. When she experienced terror when riding the “Twister” movie attraction at Universal Studios when she was four years old, she developed a curiosity about violent weather, particularly tornadoes.

Her apprehension evolved into fascination, which brought her to the University of Miami (Go Canes!) where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism with a meteorology specialization.

Autumn was affiliated with UMTV, the acclaimed television production company at “The U.” She worked as an executive producer for the station’s digital broadcast “Newsbreak” as well as a meteorologist for Newsvision, the university’s premier weekly newscast.

During her final weeks at the University of Miami before moving to the West, Autumn worked at CBS 4 Miami. She was hired as the morning and weekend meteorologist and reporter at the CBS affiliate in Medford, Oregon, where she predicted a variety of weather for four different microclimates, including extreme dry triple-digit temperatures that caused devastating wildfires and dangerous waves.

She documented the region’s devastating local economy and a severe smoky public health crisis that lasted for weeks during the record-breaking fire season of 2018, when numerous wildfires were started across the area by dry, lightning-rich thunderstorms. She will never forget the times when she would gaze up into the ash-filled, post-apocalyptic skies.

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Autumn Robertson Articles

With all eyes on now-Tropical Depression Agatha in the Pacific, it is important to note that, while rare, tropical systems can transfer from one basin to the other. A total of 17 storms have jumped from one ocean basin to the other since records began in 1923. These particular storms start in either the Pacific or Atlantic oceans and cross the land of southern Mexico and Central America, which is a very narrow body of land.

While sunny spring days continue to dominate, southwest and central Florida could use a bit of rain. The latest U.S. Drought Monitor report shows that 24 percent of Florida is experiencing moderate drought conditions. About 5 percent is in a “severe drought,” and 33 percent of the state is “abnormally dry.” There are a few more weeks left in the Florida dry season.

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