With a vast knowledge of weathers and excellent presentation skills, Bill Karins has been able to make a mark in the news industry as a meteorologist.
Bill Karins works as a meteorologist for The Weather Channel and NBC News. He is also a fill-in reporter for Dylan Dreyer on Weekend Today and Al Roker on Today.
Bill Karins Married, Wife
With this professional life on track, Bill has managed to keep his personal life on the road too. When it comes to Bill, he is one of the most low key anchors in the news industry which is also why people assume him to be gay. However, Bill is not a part of the LGBT community.
Bill is happily married to his wife whose name is still under the covers. The duo exchanged their vows on 2001 at the Cadillac Mountain located over Bar Harbor & Frenchman's Bay.
Bill Karins talks about his favorite vacation spot to be the place he got married aka Bar Harbor on 13 August 2012 (Photo: Bill Karins' Twitter)
Bill and his wife share two children whom Bill has successfully kept away from the limelight of the media as well. Their only son was born in 2006; whereas, their youngest daughter was born in 2012.
However, Bill’s children have stepped once into their father’s office at MSNBC during Thanksgiving time. The entire office and audience awed after seeing how cute his children were.
With the on-air rush, Bill barely gets to spend time with his family. But whenever there’s some spare time, he spends it with his folks whom he cherishes more than anything.
Bill Karins Short Bio
Bill Karins was born on 14 April 1974 to his parents as William J. Karins. Raised in Albany, New York, Bill comes from American nationality. He has got a white ethnic background and stands tall at the height of 5 feet 8 inches.
For his education, Bill was a brilliant student from an early age which led him to do equally well during his high school. Bill earned his Bachelor’s degree from the State University of New York situated in Oneonta.
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Bill Karins started his career by working as a Meteorologist, Tornado Chaser and Environmental Reporter at KSNT Topeka, Kansas. He then moved to WCTI in
New Bern, North Carolina, where he covered Hurricanes Bertha and Fran in 1996, as well as Hurricane Bonnie in 1998.
Bill also spent some time at WABI in Bangor, Maine serving as a Meteorologist forecasting winter storms. He eventually moved to WOFL in Orlando where he covered Hurricanes Charley, Jeanne, Frances, and Ivan.
Bill got his big break after getting a position of a Meteorologist at NBC. As of now, he reports across several NBC platforms including NBC News and MSNBC.
With an extensively successful career, Bill earns a total salary of around $159K.