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.
|Real/Birth Name:||Elliott David Field|
|Family and Siblings|
|Father Name:||Dr. Frank Field (Formar Meterologist)|
|Mother Name:||Joan Field|
|Date of Birth:||25th November 1948, Thursday|
|Age (As of 2023):||75 Years Old|
|Birth Place:||Bellmore, Long Island, New York|
|Home Town:||Westchester County, New York|
|School:||Mepham High School|
|Children/Kids:||2 Daughters (Name Not Available)|
|Income & Assets|
|Net Worth:||$3 Million (Approx.)|
|Car Collection:||1983 Mercedes Turbo Diesel|
Storm Field’s Age, Birthday, Zodiac
Retired meteorologist Storm Field was born on November 25, 1948, in Bellmore, Long Island, New York, USA. As of 2023, he is 75 years old and celebrates his birthday every November 25. He has a Sagittarius birth sign.
Born and raised in America, he is American by nationality and white by ethnicity.
Storm Field Parents, Siblings
His father’s name is Dr. Frank Field, a meteorologist by profession. After serving the U.S. Weather Bureau, his father joined WNBC as a meteorologist. Joan Field, his mother, used to switch her remotes frequently to see the weather forecast of meteorologist husband and son on two rival channels, NBC and ABC.
He has a sister named Allison Field, a meteorologist for WCBS-TV and an actress known for her act in Presumed Innocent (1990) and Gideon Oliver (1989) playing reporter or newscaster.
Storm Field Education
The weatherman had done schooling at Mepham High School, a local school located in Bellmore. Like his father, Storm has an optometry degree and practiced optometry for several months in Portland, Maine.
Storm Field Wife, Daughters
Storm field is a married person having two kids. The detail regarding his wife is still unknown as he has not disclosed the information regarding his spouse.
According to the New York Times, he gained sympathetic 25 pounds, while his wife gained 31 during her first pregnancy. So, he seems to be in a `conjugal relationship with his wife. His two daughters live in Westchester County, New York.
Is Ryan Field related to Storm Field?
Despite sharing the same family name and ABC television as part of their professional career, there is no connection between them.
Ryan field is a sportscaster associated with WABC TV as a sports anchor originally from Troy, Michigan. Strom Filed started his weather job at WABC as a meteorologist.
Storm Field Net Worth
The estimated net worth of Storm field is around $3 million. He has accumulated a handsome sum of money through his career as a successful meteorologist and other side hurdles.
He owns a retrofitted white Mercedes, converting his diesel car to a vegetable oil car to beat the rising cost of fuel oil.
After retiring from his Television job, he indulges in racing cars; he is seen using MGB GT V8 Race Car.
Storm Field Now
After working for several years in New York-based TV stations, he lives in Florida close to his meteorologist father, Dr. Frank Field. Besides this, he has developed a racing car as his hobby.
Some Other Facts About Storm Fields
- 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.”
- His third and final weather job was at WWOR in 1997, where he reported on the station’s 10 p.m. newscast and worked as the station’s chief meteorologist.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Field left WWOR after a decade due to cutbacks at WWOR and sister station WNYW and was succeeded by former WCBS weathercaster Audrey Puente.