Alex Liggitt Biography
Alex Liggitt is an American meteorologist working as the Weekend Morning Meteorologist for the StormWatch7 Weather Team. He joined the station in 2005.
How old is Alex Liggitt? – Age
He was born and raised in Fairfax Station, Virginia. His date of birth is not known.
Alex Liggitt Family – Marriage
He has not revealed his family’s identity to the public. He is a married man.The couple has two daughters, their first-born daughter is named Ava Liggitt while his second-born daughter is Cora Liggitt.
Alex Liggitt Net Worth
He has not revealed his wealth records making it difficult to calculate his net worth.
Alex Liggitt Career
At a young age, Lex was enthralled by the weather. Severe thunderstorms are his greatest interest in the weather, though he’ll be the first to admit that he’s still scared of lightning. He’s spent most of his life and whole career at ABC7 in the D.C. area, where he’s developed a great deal of respect for his mentor Doug Hill and a great deal of expertise forecasting for the region. Because of D.C.’s topography, which creates a variety of microclimates around the region, forecasting is one of his favorite elements of the job. Though thunderstorms are his favorite, he’s always ready for a large snowstorm and was on hand 24 hours a day during the 56.1-inch winter of 2009-2010.
On September 16, 1949, Channel 7 debuted on the air with the call letters KECA. It was the last of ABC’s five original owned-and-operated stations to debut and the last television station licensed to Los Angeles operating on the VHF band. In the year 2000, KABC-TV relocated to Glendale, California, to a new state-of-the-art facility built by César Pelli as part of the Disney Grand Central Creative Campus (GC3) in the Grand Central Business Centre. The station is presently four miles (6 kilometers) east of ABC West Coast headquarters on the Walt Disney Studios lot in Burbank (along the Los Angeles River and State Route 134).
On March 31, 2009, KABC-TV applied with the FCC to increase its signal strength to 28,700 watts. On March 3, 2011, it received building permission. The Walt Disney Company was involved in a carriage dispute with Time Warner Cable in July 2010. KABC and three other ABC-owned and operated stations and Disney Channel and the ESPN family of networks were all involved in this disagreement.