Paul Gross Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, WDIV-TV, Salary and Net Worth

Paul Gross is an American Emmy Award-winning Certified Broadcast Meteorologist working at WDIV-TV in Detroit, Michigan since January 1983.

Paul Gross Profile, Bio, Wiki

Paul Gross is an American Emmy Award-winning Certified Broadcast Meteorologist, working at WDIV-TV Channel 4, the NBC affiliate station in Detroit, Michigan. He joined the station in January 1983.

Paul Gross Career

Gross serves at WDIV-TV as a meteorologist.┬áStorms frightened him at first, but after his second-grade teacher took him to the school library and pointed out a section of books about weather, his apprehension turned to fascination. Paul became more interested in thunder and lightning as he read more about it, and at the tender age of seven, he revealed to his family that he was going to be a weatherman at Channel 4 someday. Paul majored in meteorology at the University of Michigan’s Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Science, which has a particularly difficult curriculum due to its place in the esteemed College of Engineering. WDIV meteorologist Mal Sillars chose Paul to be the first-ever weather intern during his sophomore year.

WDIV meteorologist Mal Sillars chose Paul to be the station’s first-ever weather intern during his sophomore year. Bob Warfield, the news director at WDIV, took a gamble on Paul in the middle of his senior year and hired him for a part-time, off-camera role. Later that year, Paul was hired as an on-air weekend meteorologist at Lansing’s WJIM-TV (now WLNS-TV), and two years later, he was hired as a backup meteorologist at WKBD-Ten TV’s O’Clock News. Paul was on the air at all three television stations at the same time by 1986, and on two of them on the same day on occasion. Paul became one of the youngest meteorologists ever chosen to serve on the American Meteorological Society’s Board of Broadcast Meteorology in 1987 and was appointed chairman in 1990, owing to his enthusiasm for the topic. However, it is Paul’s science and environmental reporting that has helped to change the broadcast meteorology paradigm.

Paul began pleading with producers to let him work on science stories early in his career. Paul has since researched, translated, and produced eight half-hour documentaries for WDIV, in addition to numerous scientific, historical, and environmental stories. Paul continued to lecture his colleagues at conferences during this period. During this time, Paul continued to lecture at conferences to his colleagues about the importance of doing more of the same form of work. Meanwhile, his work began to garner Emmys and other honors, as well as national attention, when his documentary, “Forecast: Overlord,” about the weather’s effect on D-Day in World War II, was deemed historically significant enough to be added to the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library’s D-Day archives, the British Meteorological Archives, and the permanent collections of the Muppet Theater.

Since 1997, Paul has conducted research, written, and produced eight half-hour documentaries for WDIV. His film on the effect of weather on D-Day in World War II was considered historically significant. The Michigan Chapter of the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences has honored Paul with nine Emmys. Paul is regarded as one of the country’s foremost communicators of the scientific truth about climate change, free of political prejudice. The Michigan Association of Broadcasters awarded Paul first place for his live, 45-minute climate change webcast that aired on ClickOnDetroit.com in 2014.

Paul testified about the tornado danger in Michigan before the State House and Senate Education Committees, and later joined Governor John Engler when the “Gross Weather Bill” was signed into law. Since 1986, he has testified in nearly four dozen trials and consults with the legal profession in meteorology-related cases. Just four meteorologists in the world have earned the titles of AMS Fellow, Certified Broadcast Meteorologist, and Certified Consulting Meteorologist.

Quick Facts About Paul Gross

Full Name Paul Gross
Age Not Available
Nationality American
Spouse Nancy Gross
Net Worth $1 Million – $5 Million

Paul Gross Age, Birthday / How old is Paul Gross?

Gross was born in Detroit. His age is not known for he has managed to keep his personal life private. It is therefore not known how old Gross is or when he celebrates his birthday. However, he might be in his 60.

Paul Gross Height, measurements

How tall is Paul Gross? Gross stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 10 inches.

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Paul Gross’s Family, parents

Information regarding Gross’s parents and siblings is currently under review. However, the information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Paul Gross’s Wife, married, children/kids

Gross is a married man. He is married to his wife Nancy Gross, the couple has two sons. He belongs to a Reform Jewish synagogue, Temple Kol Ami in West Bloomfield, Michigan.

Paul Gross Salary

Being one of the top meteorologists for Local 4-WDIV Detroit, Gross earns an annual salary ranging between $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.

Paul Gross’s Net Worth

Gross has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as a meteorologist.

Paul Gross WDIV-TV

At WDIV-TV Gross works alongside;

  1. Kimberly Gill
  2. Devin Scillian
  3. Rhonda Walker
  4. Evrod Cassimy
  5. Karen Drew
  6. Jason Colthorp
  7. Steve Garagiola
  8. Sandra Ali
  9. Priya Mann
  10. Grant Hermes
  11. Kim DeGiulio
  12. Frank McGeorge
  13. Nick Monacelli
  14. Bernie Smilovitz

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