Pete Bouchard Biography
Pete Bouchard is an American certified meteorologist working at NBC 10 Boston. He joined the station on January 1, 2017. He worked at sister station New England Cable News.
How old is Pete Bouchard? – Age
He was born in California. His date of birth is not known to the public.
Is Pete Bouchard still Married? – Wife
Pete is married to Jennifer McNeil. The couple has three children and together live in Boston.
Pete Bouchard Education
Bouchard earned a Bachelor’s degree in meteorology from Lyndon State College (now Northern Vermont University-Lyndon) in Lyndon, Vermont in 1992.
Pete Bouchard Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $2 Million.
Pete Bouchard Career
As the former senior meteorologist at WHDH in Boston, he was a familiar face too much of Southern New England for the past 13 years. In the basement of a motel in White River Junction, Vermont, where WNNE-TV was based at the time, he began his television career. WMTW in Portland, Maine, WVII in Bangor, Maine, WGME in Portland, Maine, and Fox 25 in Boston were his next visits.
The search for a television house, however, did not end there. Before returning to WHDH in Boston in 2002, he returned to Portland to work at Fox 51 with his wife as an anchor. He got expertise in all of New England’s microclimates, visited innumerable schools and civic organizations, and volunteered his time to dozens of charities along the way. Pete has garnered multiple prizes from the Associated Press, Maine Association of Broadcasters, two Emmy nominations, and three Best of Boston awards during the course of his long career.
Pete Bouchard Accusations
On January 18, 2010, during the 5:30 p.m. show, Bouchard made an off-color joke while providing updates on local snowfall totals. The video quickly became viral on the web. The video was removed from YouTube by WHDH, which explained that it was a technical fault and that Bouchard was ignorant of how his statements could be misinterpreted.
Pete Bouchard Awards
Bouchard has received two New England Emmy nominations for Best Weathercast. In 2007, 2008, and 2010, he received the Best of Boston award for Best Meteorologist. In 2002, he was named Best Meteorologist by the Maine Association of Broadcasters, and in 2001, he received an Associated Press Award for Best Meteorologist.