Amanda Holly Biography and Wiki
Amanda Holly is an American Meteorologist who works for WFLA News Channel 8. Holly has been part of Storm News 8 News since June 2019. She previously worked at WFLA’s sister station, WBTW, in Myrtle Beach, S.C., Prior to this, she worked for four years for the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network and the UF Weather Center.
Amanda Holly Age and Birthday
Amanda was born on January 4, 1994, in Sarasota, Florida, United States of America. She is 28 years old as of 2022. Her birth sign is Capricorn.
Amanda Holly Height
Holly stands at a height of 5 feet (Approx. 1.52 meters) tall.
Amanda Holly Education
Amanda attended the University of Florida where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering as well as a Certificate in Meteorology and Climatology.
She furthered her education at Mississippi State University where she graduated with a Master of Science in Applied Meteorology.
Amanda Holly Family, Parents, Siblings
Our efforts to discover her parent’s identities came to no avail as information regarding her parents is limited. It’s therefore unknown whether she has any siblings. This section is under review and will be updated soon.
Amanda Holly Husband, Is She Married?
Moving on to her marital affairs, the beautiful meteorologist is happily married to her loving husband Wayne Dahlberg. The duo began seeing each other in 2008. The couple got hitched on April 4th, 2020 in Sarasota, Florida.
Amanda Holly Salary
According to WFLA-TV Meteorologist salaries, Amanda receives an average salary ranging from $70,067 to $83,412 a year. Her current salary is under review and will be updated soon when disclosed.
Amanda Holly Net Worth
Amanda Holly has an estimated net worth ranging from $300,000 to $700,000 as of 2022. Her primary source of income is her career as a meteorologist.
Amanda Holly WFLA-TV
Holly has been part and parcel of the WFLA-TV Storm Team 8 working as a meteorologist since June 2019 in Tampa, Florida. She encountered the 2004 and 2005 tropical storm seasons in Sarasota, which were unnerving and motivating simultaneously.
Amanda previously worked at WFLA’s sister station, WBTW, in Myrtle Beach, S.C., and worked for four years in Gainesville, Florida, for the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network and the UF Weather Center.