Jen Carfagno Biography
A native of Collegeville, Pennsylvania, United States, Jen Carfagno is a famous American television meteorologist, presently working for The Weather Channel, co-hosting AMHQ from 6 to 9 am on weekdays with Jim Cantore and Stephanie Abrams.
Jen Carfagno Age
Carfagno is 45 years old as of 2021. She was born on 19 July 1976 in Collegeville, Pennsylvania, United States. She celebrates her birthday on 19 July every year.
Jen Carfagno Height
Carfagno stands at a height of is 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 52 kg.
Jen Carfagno Education
Carfagno attended Pennsylvania State University, where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Meteorology in 1998. She interned with The Weather Channel while still attending Penn State and joined the network as a full-time forecaster momentarily after she graduated.
Jen Carfagno Family
Carfagno has tended to keep her personal life away from the spotlight hence she has not revealed any information about her parents. It is also not known if she has any siblings. However, We will update this section once the information is available.
Jen Carfagno Husband
Carfagno is happily married to her loving husband Neil McGillis. The partners are blessed with their two beautiful daughters named Natalie Carfagno and Kelly Carfagno together with whom the family lives in Atlanta, GA.
Jen Carfagno Net Worth
Carfagno has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Jen Carfagno Career
Carfagno started her professional career when she joined the Weather Channel as an intern. Working at the Weather Channels meteorology department accumulated her beneficial experience as a weather forecaster following which she joined the network as a full-time forecaster shortly after she graduated.
She performed as co-host with Eric Fisher on “Weather View” every morning at 2:24 am in 1997. She shortly after became the host of the show, “Weather Center Live”, which circulated until 2016 beginning in 2013. On November 12, 2013, she alongside her co-host, Alex Wallace introduced a new type of weather graphics for constant weather reliability titled “Weather All The Time.”She has worked for over 20 years being very passionate about her work making her favorite ranges about hurricanes and other large storms.
She presently works as the co-host of the morning show, “America’s Morning Headquarters” every morning from 6 to 9 am. For her contributions, she has been granted several awards including the Robert O. Cole Award given to one of the outstanding students with a strong interest in weather forecasting. She is also a member of the “Chi Epsilon Pi” group and is a recipient of the honor.
Jen Carfagno Weather Channel
Carfagno has been working as a weather forecaster since 1998. She began working as one even before she graduated from her University.
During her time in Pennsylvania State, she interned with The Weather Channel. She joined the network full-time once shortly after completing her studies. Likewise, young Carfagno participated in The Weather Channel on-camera meteorologist apprentice program that earned her time in front of the camera every weekend.
With years working as a weather forecaster, Jen gathered much experience in the field. And with that being said, her contribution to the channel also kept on growing.
Moreover, in 2013, she became the host of the show titled ‘Weather All the Time.’ She hosted the show alongside Alex Wallace for The Weather Channel at 4 am on the Weather Center Live. That same year, she joined the Weather Center Live from 2013 to 2016, working early mornings and weekend mornings.
She works alongside other prominent The Weather Channel anchors and journalists including;
- Stephanie Abrams
- Mike Bettes
- Jim Cantore
- Kelly Cass
- Jacqui Jeras
- Dr. Rick Knabb
- Dave Malkoff
- Stu Ostro
- Alex Wilson
- Reynolds Wolf
- Tevin Wooten