Cecily Tynan Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Weight Loss, Net Worth, WPVI-TV

Cecily Tynan Biography

Cecily Tynan is an American meteorologist working as the Action News weathercaster and Chief Meteorologist. She joined 6abc as the weekend weather anchor and a general assignment reporter in October 1995.


How old is Cecily Tynan? – Age

She is 52 years old as of 19 March 2021. She was born in 1969 in Newtown, Newtown, Connecticut, United States.

Is Cecily Tynan still married? – Family – Husband

She married Greg Watson after her first husband, schoolteacher Michael Badger, divorced. The couple has two kids. Her daughter, Emma, is 13 years old as of February 2021, and her son, Luke, is 15 years old.

Cecily Tynan Career

She previously worked as a weather and news anchor for Good Morning Las Vegas on KTNV in Las Vegas, Nevada. She previously worked as a weekend weather anchor and general assignment reporter for WDBJ in Roanoke, Virginia. Ms. Tynan, who is originally from Connecticut, earned a magna cum laude degree in journalism and politics from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia. She also completed meteorology courses and received the American Meteorological Society’s seal of approval.

Her broadcast honors and awards include “Best On-Air Talent” from the Las Vegas Electronic Media Awards and “Best Weathercaster” from the Las Vegas Review-Journal. She was also dubbed “Best Wife.” In addition, she was named “Best Weathercaster” and “Best Weathervane” by Philadelphia Weekly and Philadelphia Magazine, respectively. Ms. Tynan is a four-time sub-3-hour marathoner, former world-class professional duathlete, and top-ten age-group finisher at the 2003 Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.

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What is Cecily Tynan worth? – Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $2 million.

Cecily Tynan Weight Loss

She appeared on the cover of Real Woman magazine, a publication distributed in the New Jersey and Philadelphia suburbs by Capital Health. Tynan discusses when her teenage self first fell in love with TV reporting, what it’s like to predict the weather, her love of running, and how she’s been body-shamed in the accompanying article.

Tynan told Real Woman that body-shaming is insane, she went ahead saying that after she finished the Broad Street Run in 62 minutes, in the best shape of her life, someone said to her that she looked sickly. She couldn’t imagine telling someone, ‘You’re too skinny,’ or ‘I don’t like your dress.'”

This isn’t the first time Tynan has expressed her dissatisfaction with comments about her appearance. 
She took to Facebook in January after someone told her her on-air attire was “unprofessional.” 
In October of last year, Tynan shared screenshot of comment she’d received, which read, “Eat hoagie Cecily ur [sic] too thin!!!!”