Storm Field [Meteorologist] Bio, Age, Wife, Net Worth, Facts

Last Updated : April 24, 2021

Storm Field Meteorologist Bio Age Wife Height Facts

Who is Storm Field?

Storm Field is a former American television meteorologist best known for his work in the New York media industry. Storm Field followed in the footsteps of his father, Dr. Frank Field, a long-time New York weatherman. Field began working at WCBS with his father, Dr. Frank Field, on August 24, 1992, marking the first time the two had worked together.

Short Bio and Career
Real/Birth Name:Elliott David Field
Nickname:Storm Field
Profession:TV Meteorologist
Active From:1976-2007
Family and Siblings
Father Name:Dr. Frank Field (Formar Meterologist)
Mother Name:N/A
Sister/s:Allison Field
Personal Life
Date of Birth:1948 November 25 Thursday
Age (As in 2021): 72 Years Old
Birth Place:Bellmore, Long Island, New York
Zodiac Sign:Sagittarius
Home Town:Westchester County, New York
School:Mepham High School
Relationship Status
Martial Status:Married
Children/Kids:2 Daughters (Name Not Available)
Income & Assets
Net Worth:$1 Million – $5 Million (Approx.)
Car Collection:1983 Mercedes Turbo Diesel

Some Others Facts You Need to Know About Storm Fields:

  1. If his mother and father wanted him to be an architect, they’d have named him Rem. Or Zaha. But they named him Storm for a reason. His father said,” You were born to be a weatherman, son.”
  2. His third and final weather job was at WWOR in 1997, where he reported on the station’s 10 p.m. newscast and also worked as the station’s chief meteorologist.
  3. Aside from weather duties, Field became the host of the 5 p.m. Eyewitness News broadcast in 1981, alongside Tracy Egan and (later) Kaity Tong.
  4. Field took over as permanent forecaster on WABC on November 29, 1976, replacing the suspended Antoine, who had been fired five days earlier for making an insensitive joke about a rape story.
  5. He drives a 1983 Mercedes Turbo Diesel automobile that has been retrofitted to run on used edible fat he had done thus when realizing that the value of fuel was to skyrocket.
  6. Field left WWOR after a decade due to cutbacks at both WWOR and sister station WNYW and was succeeded by former WCBS weathercaster Audrey Puente.
  7. He lives with his family in Westchester County, New York, in the United States of America, after retiring.

Sources / References:
1. peoplepill.com
2. newsday.com

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