Mike Clay Biography
This is what you need to know about Mike Clay, an American News Chief Meteorologist currently working on Bay News 9 and airs every weekday afternoon and evening
Mike Clay Age
Details about his date of birth are not available, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Mike Clay Height
Clay stands at a moderate height, however, the award-winning journalist has not disclosed her exact height and other body measurements like weight, and shoe size.
Mike Clay Family
Little is known about his parents, also there are no details about his siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Mike Clay Wife
Clay has not shared any information about his love life. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Mike Clay Salary
Clay receives an annual salary ranging between $ 40, 000 – $ 110, 500.
Mike Clay Net Worth
Clay has an estimated Net Worth of $ 100k – $ 1 million dollars. His career as a news Journalist is his primary source of income.
Mike Clay Education
He graduated from Mississippi State University and also holds a degree in telecommunications from Central Texas College.
Mike Clay Career
He started his career at a small radio station in his native Texas back in 1978 when he was a junior in high school. In 1985, Mike moved from radio to television, taking his first job as a TV weather anchor at KCEN-TV in Waco, Texas. He became a chief meteorologist at KXAN-TV, the NBC affiliate in Austin, Texas in 1990. He has also worked on weather in Tyler and San Antonio, Texas. In 1995, he was covering Snowstorms, earthquakes, and even volcanoes He also helped in launching Bay News 9 as the original meteorologist on Your Morning News. His good memories are at Bay News 9 was the morning of Aug. 13, 2004, when Bay News 9 successfully forecast Hurricane Charley to stay south of the Tampa Bay area. In 2010, together with his workmate Brian McClure won a Florida Suncoast Emmy and a Florida Associated Press award for Best Weathercast for severe weather coverage. In addition, he was also elected to the AMS Broadcasters Board for a three-year term starting in 2012.