Todd Howell Biography
Todd Howell is a renowned American meteorologist currently working as a chief meteorologist for WBIR-TV, an NBC affiliate station based in Knoxville, TN. Prior to joining WBIR-TV, Todd worked as a weekend weather anchor at WTVA-TV in Tupelo, MS.
Born and raised in Gaffney, South Carolina, Todd grew up with a passion for the weather which ultimately lead him to be a meteorologist.
After completing high school, the weather anchor went straight ahead to attend the University of Georgia in Athens. He later graduated in 1987 with a Bachelor’s degree in business administration and marketing.
After working for three years in computer sales, Howell decided to pursue his dream career in weather. He then graduated from Mississippi State University in Starkville, MS with a Master’s degree in geoscience in 1993.
Immediately after his graduation, Todd joined WBIR-TV as a staff meteorologist. In 1996 he was named Chief Meteorologist. He is a member of the National Weather Association.
Todd Howell Age
How old is Todd Howell? Howell is very secretive about his personal life, and hence he has not disclosed his age and date of birth. However, he celebrates his birthday on November 7th every year.
Todd Howell Wife
Howell has been happily married to his wife, Russell Leigh, for almost 30 years now. The couple is blessed with four children, namely Walker, Davis, Nolan, and Stewart, and they reside in Knoxville, TN.
Todd Howell’s Family
Howell was born and raised in Gaffney, South Carolina by his parents. However, he has not disclosed his parents and siblings. We promise to update this section once the information is available.
Todd Howell’s Height
Howell stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 10 inches.
Todd Howell Net Worth
Howell has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million. His income is mainly from his successful career as a broadcast journalist.
Todd Howell Salary
According to credible sources, Todd earns an approximate annual salary of between $40,000 – $105,000 from his current job as a journalist for WBIR.