Ross Janssen Biography
Ross Janssen is an American news correspondent who works the Chief meteorologist for CBS’ affiliate in Wichita KS, since March 2004. He worked as a weather forecaster and chief meteorologist for two years at Channel 6 Lawrence before joining KWCH News.
Age| How old is Janssen?
He was born in 1982 and he is 41 years old as of 2023. Ross was born and raised in the United States of America.
Ross Janssen Education
Janssen went college to University of Kansas where she attained Bachelor of Science degree in Atmospheric Science.
While still at high school, Ross started interning at KWCH in hopes of learning more about weather and forecasting, and to see firsthand what the broadcast world included.
With the help of a charitable foundation in Ellsworth, Ross was able to install a weather station in the high school so that other students could watch the weather change throughout the day.
Ross Janssen Height
Ross height no known.
Ross family lives in the United States of America. However, he has not publicly mentioned his parents or whether he has any siblings. This information will be updated as soon as its in the public domain.
Ross life partner is not publicly known. He likes to keep his personal life private hence difficult to tell if he is married or not. We will update on his love life as soon as the information is available.
Ross Janssen Net Worth
Ross net worth is estimated to be between $100k and $200k dollars as of 2023. This is estimated from his salary at KWCH12, investments and lifestyle.
Ross Janssen Salary
Working as the chief meteorologist at KWCH 12, Ross earns a salary of $50321 dollars a year.
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Janssen is an American news correspondent who works Chief meteorologist for CBS’ affiliate KWCH-DT since March 2004. Ross worked a weather forecaster and chief meteorologist for two years at Channel 6 Lawrernce before joining KWCH News.
Ross started attending storm spotter training classes with his dad while he was still in middle school because he wanted to learn more about thunderstorms.
Growing up on a family farm and ranch just outside of Geneseo, it was easy to see how weather affected almost every aspect of agriculture and how important it was for us to know what kind of weather was on the horizon.
Ross has done some fill in work at WIBW in Topeka, and then moved to Wichita in 2004 to work at KWCH. He earned the National Weather Association Seal of Approval in 2004, and received the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist designation in 2006 from the American Meteorological Society.