Jeff Ranieri Profile
Jeff Ranieri is an American Emmy award-winning meteorologist working for NBC Bay Area serving as the Chief Meteorologist. He has been working for the station since 2004.
Jeff Ranieri Career
Ranieri is the Chief meteorologist who appears on NBC Bay Area Monday through Friday at 5, 6, and 11 p.m. Currently, Ranieri holds the American Meteorological Seal of Approval. One of Ranieri’s main passions is temperatures in a 35-mile radius that can range from 50° to 100° forecasting the complex microclimates of the Bay Area.
Ranieri drove live remote forecasts from events and locations all over the Bay Area made him well known. The other personalities that made him known include Golfing on Pebble Beach & sliding on the ice with Kristi Yamaguchi. While covering the San Francisco Giants’ 2010 quest for the World Series Championship he managed to turn sports into the weather.
Ranieri loves being involved in the community. He currently works with “Fly” Fresh Lifelines For Youth, Rebuilding Together Silicon Valley, SF Project Open Hand, San Francisco SPCA “Clear The Shelters Event”, Safeway Holiday Food Drive & Silicon Valley’s CAMP / AREAA Annual Holiday Charity Fundraiser.
Ranieri has also served as the “Olympic Zone” host during the London, Sochi, Rio & PyeongChang games in addition to serving as the Chief Meteorologist and occasional live feature reporting. Taking fans to some of the top stories and highlights during the half-hour shows.
Ranieri has continued contributing to NBC Network coverage which included the tsunami warning for the entire West Coast, heading back East to track Hurricane Irene, and most recently reporting on the 6.0 Napa Earthquake even after joining NBC Bay Area.
Ranieri was also based in New York City with NBC News before joining NBC Bay Area, where he worked as a correspondent for NBC News & MSNBC as well as served as the Weekend Today Show Meteorologist and Early Today. He has also covered a variety of major weather events from the studio and from the field, including Hurricane Katrina in Biloxi, Mississippi, and historic Midwest flooding. Jeff also traveled to Torino and Beijing to cover the 2006 and 2008 Olympic Games. He was a Meteorologist at KCRA-TV in Sacramento and has also worked in Oregon and Florida as a Meteorologist, Reporter and Anchor before joining NBC Network in 2004.
Jeff Ranieri Age
Ranieri was born on January 1, 1978, in New York, New York City, United States (he is 43 years old as of 2021.) He celebrates his birthday on 1st January every year.
Jeff Ranieri Height
Ranieri stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 10 inches.
Jeff Ranieri Family
Information regarding Ranieri’s parents and siblings is currently under review. However, the information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Jeff Ranieri Spouse/ Wife
Information about Ranieri’s dating life is not known for he has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight. It is therefore not known if Ranieri is engaged to someone or whether he is married. It is also not known if he has any children.
Jeff Ranieri Salary
Being the chief Meteorological for NBC Bay Area, Ranieri earns an annual salary ranging from $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.
Jeff Ranieri’s Net Worth
Ranieri has an estimated net worth of between $1Million – $5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as a meteorologist.
Jeff Ranieri Dog Lucy
Ranieri has a dog named Lucy, whom he is often seen posting on his social media accounts.
Is Jeff Ranieri still on NBC Bay Area?
Ranieri is a meteorologist working for NBC Bay Area serving as the Chief Meteorologist. He has been working for the station since 2004.
At NBC Bay Area, Ranieri works alongside;
- Rob Mayeda – Meteorologist
- Anoushah Rasta – Anchor/Reporter
- Scott Budman – Reporter
- Kari Hall – Meteorologist
- Jean Elle – Reporter
- Melissa Colorado – Reporter
- Bigad Shaban – Reporter
- Scott McGrew – Anchor/Reporter
- Cheryl Hurd – Reporter
- Mark Matthews – Reporter
- Mike Inouye – Traffic Anchor
- Stephen Stock – Reporter
- Jessica Aguirre – Journalist/Anchor
- Marcus Washington – Anchor
- Damian Trujillo – Reporter