Introduction to Jim Cantore
Jim Cantore is a very famous meteorologist who has impressed a lot of people with his work. His work has made him one of the exciting personalities in this field.
He works on the air for The Weather Channel and is one of the most respected members of staff on the channel.
Jim used to work for TWC as an anchor for a famous TV series called Storm Stories, and his work was appreciated by everyone. He also did live to report for the channel.
He also used to work for the channel, NBC where he was responsible for all the weather segments during 2012 Summer Olympics.
He earned his degree from the Lyndon State College in the year 1986. His nationality is American, and his ethnicity is white. He is not a tall man as he has an average height of 5 feet 8 inches, which is around 1.73 meters.
He has been called a ‘Rockstar of meteorologists’ by Algis Laukaitis. Currently, he is working for The Weather Channel.
Jim enjoyed his success in the career with someone he loved! He started dating Tamra Cantore before 1990. Their affair was going very well, and both of them were happy as boyfriend and girlfriend.
Who is Jim married to?
They decided to get married as they wanted to live happily together as husband and wife. The couple got married in the year 1990 and spent some of their best years together before they got divorced.
The couple went through the process of divorce in the year 2007, which shocked everyone. They have two children named Ben Cantore and Christina Cantore. His wife had Parkinson’s disease, which was sorrowful for the family.
Her kids also have Fragile X Syndrome, which is a heredity problem. They may have inherited their health problems from their mother. There were also some rumors about him being gay, but those are baseless and unproven.
In 2014 he was shooting live and providing details for Charleston South Carolina weather when suddenly, a student charged at him. The video was uploaded to YouTube and has over 2 million views.
Jim has been very successful in his career and gets a good salary, which boosts his net worth every year. His net worth is $3.5 million U.S dollars, which is a very impressive figure for a meteorologist.
His work is amazing and is loved by the audience. It is very difficult for him to be fired from any channel.
A lot of information about him can be extracted from wiki sites like Wikipedia. He is very popular on social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook where he shares his thoughts and opinions with his fans and admirers.
With a slower weather morning @ReynoldsWolf has turned to his inner #SesameStreet love of Kermit and Grover.
— Jim Cantore (@JimCantore) December 1, 2016
He is also active on Instagram and uploads his latest pictures and shares them with his fans. His hot shirtless pictures can be found.
Happy Thanksgiving from the Dotson/Cantore team. Our annual 3 mile Turkey Trot in the bag on a toasty day in Lake City, FL.
You might want to know about Jim before success met him! He was born in the year 1964 on 16th of February, which makes him 53 years old at the moment.
At this late age, he has achieved everything possible in his field, and his career has reached great heights. He was born in a place called Beacon Falls, which lies in Connecticut in the United States of America.
Jim Cantore and the weather, ‘Everything will be at a standstill’
Jim was in Central Massachusetts and he tracked the deepest pocket of snow that was dumped by the mid-March snowstorm. It was a ‘standstill storm’ where everything was at a standstill.
According to Cantore, the most important aspect to watch was the line where the snow turns into rain. Jim was very serious about the storm that wasn’t less serious just because it rained.
Jim has always been a fan of weather. The highs and lows have always kept meteorologist like Jim motivated. He is always hunting the ultimate storm. Mother Nature for Jim makes him feel humbled all the time.
He can be considered as a weatherman for all the natural disasters. He has the pride of being able to cover the deadliest of weather scenarios, for example, hurricanes Katrina and Isabel.