Stephanie Abrams is a famous American meteorologist, host, and reporter, well known as the host for the show, the American Morning Head Quarter (AMHQ), along with Jennifer Carfagno and Jim Cantore on The Weather Channel based in New York City. As a field reporter, Abrams has done several live coverages including the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia. She has a cameo appearance in a TV movie Sharkando 2: The Second One.
Meteorologist, Stephanie Abrams was born under the birth sign Scorpio on October 27, 1978, in Wellington, Florida, U.S.A. She is of American nationality and belongs to the white ethical group.
During her childhood days, she went to Forest Hill Community High School where she also did some cheerleading. She received her education from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science in geography, minoring in mathematics.
As per her, she was interested in meteorology arose from her early days. She uses to be very curious about natural calamities.
The 40 years, Stephanie Abrams is currently engaged to a guy whose name is yet to be known. The couple shared the ring in February 2017 and she officiated the news through her Instagram post.
Previously she was in a marital relationship with fellow meteorologist Mike Bettes. The couple who met while working at TWC started dating each other eventually after their meeting. After a few years of dating life, they got married. However, they couldn’t last it forever and divorced after a few years.
The metrologist has a net worth of $7 million while her co-worker is supposed to hold $3.5 million which is just half than her. The TWC metrologist is supposed to get paid around $180K annual salary. So she also might be received her salary in the same range.
Abrams is involved in some several charitable works and in years 2017, she sold her old rain boots for $2100 and donated to a local charity of West Palm Beach, Florida.
Abrams started her career working at WTXL, the ABC affiliate in Florida as a morning meteorologist and joined the weather channel in 2013.
Later, she started working as a co-host for the show Abrams and Bettes: Beyond the Forecast as well as co-hosted Wake Up With Al with NBC’s Al Roker on weekday mornings from 5 am to 7 a.m. Currently, Abrams is working as a co-host for America’s Morning Headquarters.
Previously, she has served as a teaching assistant at FSU, teaching a class about meteorology. From 2002 to 2003, she was the president of AMS as well as the active members of the National Weather Association (NWA) and the American Meteorological Society (AMS).