Kelly Cass is working for The Weather Channel

By: Sabrina Newton  |   | 

Kelly started off her journey as a weather women in 1990 from WTZA-TV (now WRNN), where she served as an associate producer. While in her time at the Kingston-based independent station, she also worked as a weeknight weathercaster. 

Shortly thereafter, she moved to CBS-affiliated WRGB-TV to broaden the horizon of her dream. There she spent seven years and earned several honors including New York State Broadcasting Award for “Best Storm Coverage” for the Blizzard of 1993. The storm was claimed as “Storm of the Century”. 

On January 2000 Cass made the switch from WRGB-TV to The Weather Channel, where she serves as an on-camera meteorologist. Her versatility and hardworking has honored her with NWA seal of Approval, AMS seal of Approval and the Certificate of International Study. She has been serving reporter and co-host of network’s  morning show on weekends with Bill Keneely. 

Not only awards and appreciations, Cass has also gathered good fortune from her career. Though the concrete detail about her net worth has not been disclosed yet, it’s believed that she has amassed millions into her account.

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