Tom Sater Biography
Tom Sater is a well known five-time Emmy winning meteorologist and weather anchor for CNN International working at the network’s global headquarters in Atlanta. Additionally, he has provided reports on sister networks CNN/U.S. and HLN. Before, he served as a meteorologist in a number of U.S. markets such as Washington, D.C.; Atlanta, Georgia; Cincinnati, Ohio; Montgomery, Alabama and Lexington, Kentucky.
Tom Sater Age|Birthday
Sater is between 59 to 63 years old. However, he has not revealed his exact date and year of birth. Therefore, he was born between 1958 and 1962 in North Georgia.
Tom Sater Height |weight
Sater has an approximated height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.72 meters) tall. Additionally, he has a body weight of 58 kilograms
Tom Sater Family
Sater’s details about his parents and siblings are not known to the public. Therefore, more details about his siblings and family members to be updated once revealed.
Tom Sater Wife
Sater married Gurvir Dhindsa, who is known as an anchor at CBS46. In addition, she was born in Punjab, India and was previously a Fox-5 morning anchor. They met while both were working at Fox-5. Sater was previously married to Holly Morris, who is also a reporter at Fox-5 for 8 years prior to their divorced in October 2005.
They divorced because Morris learnt that her former husband, Sater was cheating on her with her co-anchor, Gurvir Dhindsa (current wife). They are blessed with twin daughters together with his wife, Gurvir Dhindsa. Additionally, their children were born in June 2008.
Tom Sater Career
Sater is a popular five-time Emmy winning meteorologist and weather anchor for CNN International located at the network’s global headquarters in Atlanta. Additionally, he is a member of the National Weather Association (NWA) and has earned the Seal of Approval from the American Meteorological Society (AMS). Besides, he provided reports on sister networks CNN/U.S. and HLN.
Furthermore, he has covered various international weather stories such as Super Typhoon Haiyan in November 2013. In addition, he was one of the first international broadcasters to report that the storm’s intense winds made it the strongest typhoon to make landfall on a landmass in a recorded history while covering the landfall impact in the Philippines. Earlier this year CNNI received the ‘Best News Coverage International’ category for its reporting of Typhoon Haiyan at the prestigious Royal Television Society Awards.
Prior to joining CNNI, he served as a meteorologist in a number of U.S. markets such as Washington, D.C.; Atlanta, Georgia; Cincinnati, Ohio; Alabama Montgomery, and Lexington, Kentucky, where (1998) he received a regional Emmy for Outstanding Weather Anchor at WKYT as the station’s chief meteorologist. Besides, he got the same award four consecutive years throughout his time at WTTG in Washington, D.C.
Tom Sater Fired
Sater mysteriously disappeared from Fox-5 in July 2005. He re-emerged on D.C.’s television scene doing the weather on Channel 9/WUSA today, at 6:30 PM and 11 PM five years later. Furthermore, his disappearance was because he was fired from FOX-5 and later replaced by Tony Perkins. The reason for his firing were never publicly reported, but they were clearly contentious. Additionally, the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), the labor union representing him posted this statement on its website:
Tom Sater Education
Sater has not disclosed more details concerning his education life in public, though he completed his education in North Georgia. However, no details surrounding his level of academic excellence.
Tom Sater Net worth| Salary
Sater has an approximated net worth $3 million. Additionally, he receives an average salary of $81,213 per year from his career as a meteorologist.