Facts of Mike Seidel
|Date of Birth :|
|Age :||65 years old|
|Family Name :||Seidel|
|Birth Country :||United States|
|Birth Sign :||Capricorn|
|Height :||5 Feet 9 Inch|
|Birth Name||Michael Philip|
|Birth Place/City||Salisbury, Maryland|
|Profession||Meteorologist, The Weather Channel|
|Weight in KG||79 kg|
|Married to||Christine Schroder (m. 1994)|
|Children||Sam and Zoe|
|Education||Pennsylvania State University, Salisbury State College, Wicomico High School|
Mike Seidel is a very talented and passionate American meteorologist who has been working at The Weather Channel since March 1992. He is noted for his outstanding field reports and news covers on the happening and breaking weather reports. His interest in weather had started since his young age. He was 6, when he began measuring the snowfall in his hometown and while in 8th grade, he had installed a weather station on the roof of his house. He has worked in several of the radios before debuting in television journalism.
Mike Seidel's Personal Life
He is a married man. He is married to his longtime girlfriend Christine Schroder since 1994. He has two children from his wife. He has been loyal to his wife. He loves to spend his time with his wife and children.
He has not been pulled in any women related rumors or scandals. He has been living a happy and peaceful life. He loves his privacy and keeps his personal life out of professional.
Mike Seidel's Net Worth
He holds a net worth of about $1 million as of 2019.
Mike Seidel's Wiki-Bio
Michael Phillip Seidel was born on 18 January 1956 in Salisbury, Maryland.
He started working at The Weather Channel since 1992. He was criticized on social media for his coverage of Hurricane Florence in September 2018.
In above Twitter, Siedel swaying back and forth while reporting Hurricane Florence while the other two people walking behind him seemed unaffected.
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The Weather Channel defender the reporter and released a statement to the Washington Post:
"It’s important to note that the two individuals in the background are walking on concrete, and Mike Seidel is trying to maintain his footing on wet grass, after reporting on-air until 1:00 a.m. ET this morning and is undoubtedly exhausted."