Jill Gilardi Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, WBRC – TV Career

Jill Gilardi Biography

Jill Gilardi is an American certified Broadcast meteorologist working and Weather Anchor working as a meteorologist for WBRC. She joined the WBRC First Alert weather team on December 30, 2013.


How old is Jill Gilardi? – Age

Gilardi is 40 years old as of March 23, 2020. She was born in 1980, in Hoover, Alabama, United States of America.

Jill Gilardi Education

Jill earned a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from Lyndon State College in Vermont, as well as the American Meteorological Society’s Certified Broadcast Meteorologist Seal.

Jill Gilardi Wife

Gilardi is engaged to a man whose name has not yet been updated. She enjoys spoiling her four dogs and three cats.

Jill Gilardi Salary

He earns an annual salary of $100 thousand.

Jill Gilardi Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $ 2 Million.

Jill Gilardi Career

She worked as a broadcast meteorologist for nearly 15 years, serving audiences in St. Joseph and Springfield, Missouri, before moving to WOWT in Omaha, Nebraska, in 2011. Blizzards, ice storms, floods, heatwaves, and tornado outbreaks have all been covered by her. Jill’s toughest day came less than a month after a very tough day for many people in Alabama: May 22, 2011, the day of the Joplin EF5.

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Jill received an honorable mention for Best Weathercast while working in Springfield. Her passion is the weather, particularly severe weather. She began storm chasing in 2008 and even worked for Extreme Chase Tours, a storm chasing company. Jill loves the weather and seeing the entire life-cycle of a storm and capturing images of it, so she seizes any opportunity she can. She refers to herself as a weather nerd because she has a unique way of communicating weather and relating it to daily life in a fun and easy-to-understand manner.

Jill is originally from Massachusetts, and her interest in weather began following Hurricane Gloria in 1985. Jill became obsessed with tracking hurricanes after that and always wanted to be in the thick of bad weather. She would beg her parents to either drive her around in 6 inches of snow or take her to the beach to see the tropical system’s waves.