Who is Danielle Niles?
Danielle Niles is well known for her tenure at WBZ-TV where she worked as a meteorologist for nearly 6 years. She made an announcement in the last week of October 2019 that she will be stepping down from her role the station to be a stay-at-home mum.
Niles graduated with honors from the University of Massachusetts Lowell, where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in meteorology and served as captain of the women’s varsity soccer team. She also holds a master’s degree in meteorology from Florida State University.
Danielle Niles Age
Niles was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts, USA. She has neither shared her exact age nor year of birth.
Danielle Niles Height
Niles stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches.
Danielle Niles Nationality
Niles holds American nationality.
Danielle Niles Husband
Niles is married to Matt Noyes. The couple has been together in marriage for 7 years and they are blessed with two children; two daughters, who are 1 and 2 years old, and Noyes also has a son from a previous marriage currently in elementary school.
Matt is a member of both the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association. He also serves as Chief meteorologist at NBC 10 Boston. Matt likes to spark people’s interest and curiosity about the weather and the planet.
Danielle Niles’ Net Worth
Niles has an estimated net worth of $2 million. This includes her husband’s fortunes now that she is a stay-at-home mom.
Danielle Niles Leaving WBZ-TV
For several years, Danielle has worked on WBZ-TV morning news (CBS Boston), and before that, on NECN (New England Cable News). Aside from the mainstream media, she is a devoted wife to Matt Noyes, chief meteorologist at NBC10 Boston, and the proud mother of three children.
Prior to working in broadcasting, she worked as a forecaster for private businesses at Weather Services International in Andover, Massachusetts (now IBM’s The Weather Company).
In contrast, she made the decision to leave WBZ-TV to become a stay-at-home mom in the hopes that the change would be less demanding for them. And not only that, but she also left the industry for good.
Although Niles acknowledged that it was a very difficult decision, she had been thinking about it for a couple of years. She tweeted that having the same early morning schedule as her husband, who has worked for NECN since 2002, was “wonderful”.
She added that with three small children, there have been more difficulties, especially for two incredibly fatigued parents considering their daily routine.
Niles previously stated that she and her husband would wake up at 1 and 2 a.m., respectively, and would manage job and child care on five to six hours of sleep each night. And that happened before to the arrival of their second daughter.
However, she promised to continue commenting on the weather and bothering her former WBZ coworkers on social media, indicating that she wouldn’t entirely withdraw from public life.