Felicia Combs Biography and Wiki
Felicia Combs is an American meteorologist who serves at WPTV Morning Show as a meteorologist. Felicia previously worked for FOX24 based in Macon, Georgia, as their Morning Meteorologist.
She is a member of the National Weather Association and the on-camera meteorologists have their stamp of approval.
Felicia Combs Age and Birthday
Combs was born on May 27, 1989, in West Virginia, Central Florida, United States of America. She is 33 years old as of 2022. Her birth sign is Gemini.
Felicia Combs Height and Weight
Felicia stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 meters). She also weighs 136.687 lbs (62 kgs).
Felicia Combs Education
Combs attended the University of Central Florida, a public research university in unincorporated Orange County, FL, where she graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism.
She later furthered her education at Mississippi State University where she graduated with a degree in meteorology.
Felicia Combs Family
Attempts to establish the identities of her parents were in vain since no information about them has been disclosed to the public.
It’s therefore not known whether she has any siblings or not. We are keeping tabs and we will update this section once available.
Felicia Combs Husband, Is She Married?
The media personality is private about his marital affairs hence no record of her relationships is available to the public. It’s therefore unknown whether she is married or in a relationship. She is currently thought to be single.
Felicia Combs Salary
Felicia receives an estimated compensation of $52,000 annually as a meteorologist for WPTV News Channel 5.
Felicia Combs Net Worth
Felicia Combs has an estimated net worth of $722,599. as of 2022. Her primary source of income is her career as a meteorologist.
Felicia Combs WPTV
Combs kicked off her weather broadcasting career in Macon, Georgia where she spent a few years covering the central Georgia weather prior to relocating to Springfield, Missouri.
Felicia covered all sorts of weather from tornado outbreaks to winter storms and historic flooding. She later landed a job at the Weather Channel network in June 2019 from WSVN in Miami.
She previously served in West Palm Beach, Florida where she reported two major hurricanes that directly impacted south Florida, including Matthew and Irma.