Geoff Fox ( meteorologist ) Bio, Age, WTNH, Education, Wife, Married, Cancer, Net Worth

Geoff Fox Biography

Geoff Fox is a television meteorologist in the United States. He has worked for the television station WTNH in New Haven for 27 years, and he has a career spanning more than 30 years.


How old is Geoff Fox?-Age

Fox is 71 years old as of July 2021. He was born on July 20, 1950, in the United States of America.

Geoff Fox Education

He was a student at Brooklyn Technical High School in Brooklyn, New York. He then earned a certificate in broadcast meteorology from Mississippi State University and the American Meteorological Society’s broadcast seal.

Geoff Fox Wife – Married

Geoff has not gone public with his relationship. It is not known whether he is married, engaged, divorced, or single.

Geoff Fox Cancer

Geoff Fox has overcome cancer. Fox was diagnosed with cancer in 2016 and had it removed before it spread. “All my therapy is completed,” he remarked in a 2017 interview when asked how he is doing. I was exceedingly weak as a result of the treatment. I was diagnosed with an iron deficiency and received an iron infusion. And now I appear to be fantastic.”

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Geoff Fox WTNH- Career

Fox is a meteorologist that works for Fox News in the United States. He has worked for more than 30 years, including 27 years at WTNH in New Haven, Connecticut, where he began in 1984 and served as senior meteorologist until 2011. Later, he worked as the weekday 5:00 and 11:00 p.m. meteorologist for WTIC-TV in Hartford, Connecticut. He also hosted a garden section called “Geoff’s Garden” and reported science and technology stories for the 4:00 p.m. broadcast. He began working as a meteorologist for the television station WTNH in New Haven, Connecticut, in May 1984, where he was elevated to “senior meteorologist.” While still working for WTNH, he began anchoring the Syfy show Inside Space.

After 27 years at WTNH, Fox learned that his contract would not be renewed in 2011, and he resigned. Due to the loyalty of WTNH viewers and his long tenure with the station, his resignation from WTNH gained national media attention. He was hired by Fox station WTIC-TV in April 2011 to do weeknight weather and science broadcasts. Fox was fired after 19 months for “inappropriate conduct,” according to the broadcaster. Fox lost roughly 2000 Facebook followers as a result of the issue. Later, he founded an Internet-based website design and development firm. From early 2015 to September 2015, Fox worked as the nighttime meteorologist at KMIR-TV NBC 36 in Palm Springs.

On August 19, 2015, he announced that he would be working as the on-air meteorologist for “News Channel Nebraska’s first station in Norfolk.” He forecasts for News Channel Nebraska from his home studio weather center built in his garage.