Carlo Falco Biography and Wiki
Carlo Falco is an American journalist, he is currently working at FOX 7 as a Broadcast Meteorologist. He is originally from the Boston area but has worked in Oklahoma City.
Carlo Falco Age
Falco is 38 years old as of 2022, She was born on February 7, 1984, in the USA.
Carlo Falco Height and Weight
Falco stands at an average height of 5 feet 9 inches with a moderate weight.
Carlo Falco Family
Falco was born and brought up in the USA by her loving parents. However, he has not disclosed any further information on her family or her siblings.
Carlo Falco Education
Falco got his Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire and his Masters of the Arts in Broadcast Journalism from Emerson College.
Carlo Falco Wife| Is Carlo Falco Married?
Falco 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. His wife and spouse will soon be updated.
Carlo Falco Salary
Falco receives an annual salary of $85,000-$95,000 from her career as a news journalist.
Carlo Falco Net Worth| How Rich Is Carlo Falco?
Falco has an estimated net worth of $ million -$5 million as of 2022, from her successful career.
Carlo Falco Body Measurements
- Full Names: Carlo Falco
- Age: 38 years old
- Birthday: February 7
- Height: 5 feet 9 inches
- Net Worth: $1 million – $5 million
Carlo Falco FOX 7
Carlo Falco has been on the air since 2012 as an AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist. He was born in Boston and has worked in Oklahoma City, Las Vegas, and northern California. From atmospheric river and winter weather forecasting to high heat, snow, freezing rain, and severe weather occurrences, he has considerable predicting knowledge from all around the country.
Carlo Falco graduated from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology in May 2009 and Emerson College with a Master of Arts in Broadcast Journalism in May 2012. He’s ecstatic to be a part of central Texas, and he’s looking forward to keeping Austin strange.
Carlo Falco Articles
Oak pollen very high, severe storms possible in Central Texas – 4/11/22 If you’re an oak allergy sufferer than you probably don’t need Zack Shields telling you that oak pollen is very high right now. He talks about that and the possibility of severe weather in his full forecast.
The Storm Predication Center has placed part of the Austin area under a slight risk for severe weather. Strong thunderstorms could form late Monday evening and through the overnight hours into the very early morning hours of Tuesday. Strong winds and hail will be the primary threat, and there is a non-zero but very low risk for a tornado.
The Storm Prediction Center has issued an Enhanced Risk for severe weather for the Central Texas area for Monday, March 20. The following counties in orange are under an Enhanced Risk for severe weather for Monday, March 20. Rain showers and a few thunderstorms will start the day, though these will not be the severe storms. The lighter rain showers and sub-severe thunderstorms will affect Austin through the morning hours, drying out by about noon.