Drew Tuma started his career as an intern at CBS 3 in May 2009. During his internship at CBS, he was mentored by meteorologist Doug Kammerer and Kathy Orr. There, he learned to report meaningful and impactful weather stories. Later, he served at TV3 Winchester as an evening meteorologist from September 2010 to December 2013. He delivered accurate weather forecasts for 6, 7 & 11 o ' clock newscasts Monday through Friday.
Then, he joined Fox Television and served the network for seven months. He went to work with ABC Television in San Francisco, California as a meteorologist.
He has covered the reports from the east to the west coast including crippling winter storms, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornado outbreaks, floods, wildfires, and events like tracking Hurricane Sandy, Tornado Outbreak, and Napa Quake. The ABC O&O meteorologist makes a considerable salary of $76K.
Drew Tuma's Bio & Age
Born on 17 June 1988, Drew Tuma was raised in the United States as per his bio. He embraces an American nationality at the age of 30. Furthermore, he has kept his family details low key, but he spends quality time with his family often shares the pictures on his social media sites.
Drew Tuma wishes his mother on Mother's Day on 14 May 2018 (Photo: Drew Tuma's Instagram)
During his high school days, he was interested in math, science, and at his school, he was a member of weather club. He later graduated from Penn State University with a Bachelor of Science in Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology.
Married Or Dating?
Drew, age 30, is a very private person and doesn't reveal much on his personal life. There was a time when he posted a snap with fellow anchor, Natasha Zouves on 12 November 2017. The captions suggested that the two were on a dinner date. But there was nothing more on the topic.
The meteorologist has not involved himself in any romantic affair at the moment, or maybe he's too good at hiding it. There are countless possibilities concerning his love life. He might even be relishing his married life behind the curtains.
But since he has not even introduced his possible girlfriend, the talk about his married life can be put aside. Another reason to put his married status aside is the fact that he is openly gay.
Drew Tuma Gay, Partner
Drew Tuma has been openly gay for a long time. He is a strong supporter of the LGBTQ community and openly shares his support for his fellow gay people.
In June 2017, the meteorologist sat down in a discussion about the gay community led by ABC7's Cheryl Jennings. Drew was accompanied by his fellow gay colleague, Reggie Aqui. Two of the people were guests at the discussion, Sister Roma, a twenty-year member of Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence and Jeff Cotter, the founder of Rainbow World Fund. Each talked about their experiences on being gay.
Drew doesn't hide his gay traits that are followed by his flamboyancy. As a proud member of the gay community, he doesn't let his sexuality define his talents. He hasn't introduced his gay partner to his followers.