Who is WBRC Meteorologist J-P Dice?
J-P Dice is a pilot and former journalist working for WBRC Fox 6 as a meteorologist and weather presenter. He presented the weather forecasts at 4 pm – 6 pm and 9 pm – 10 pm on On Your Side.
He came to WBRC Fox 6 from WHNT-TV in Huntsville where he worked as a meteorologist. In addition to his profession as a journalist, Dice is a certified flight instructor.
J-P Dice Age
Dice (born as James-Paul Dice) is 50 years old as of 2022. He was born on June 19, 1972, in the USA.
J-P Dice Height and Weight
Dice stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches.
J-P Dice Parents and Family
Dice was born and raised by his parents in the United States. Information about his family and childhood including his parents and siblings is not available. This section will be updated as soon as information about his parents is available.
J-P Dice Education
Dice earned a broadcast journalism degree from the University of Florida. He also earned a Master of Science in Geoscience from Mississippi State University.
J-P Dice Wife and Married
J-P is married to his wife Aliece Dice. Aliece is a realtor and a registered nurse. She graduated from Capella University. with a master’s degree in nursing. IJ-P has a son called Spencer Dice from his previous relationship
J-P Dice Wedding
J-P and his wife held their wedding on December 17, 2011, in a wonderful ceremony attended by their family and friends. They exchanged their vows at around 6,000 feet on a Cessna Conquest II plane.
J-P Dice WBRC FOX 6
Dice began his career at a radio station while still in high school. He then joined WCJB-TV as a meteorologist in Gainesville, Florida. He has also worked at WHNT-TV in Huntsville as a meteorologist.
Dice joined the WBRC First Alert weather team in 2008 as a chief meteorologist. He presents the weather forecasts at 4 pm – 6 pm and 9 pm – 10 pm on On Your Side. As a broadcast meteorology innovator, Dice led the development of the first dual-polarization Doppler radar used in broadcast meteorology in 2004.
Apart from broadcasting, Dice is a flight instructor. He holds an Airline Transport Pilot rating. He owns a Mooney M20J and loves to travel with his wife when not working.
J-P Dice Podcast
Dice hosts the podcast called Behind the Front where he invites different guests to discuss the weather. Some of the guests who have graced his podcast include Dr. Tim Coleman, Declan Cannon, the senior aviation meteorologist at the Aviation Weather Center in Kansas City.
His wife has also graced his podcast, where she came to discussed being married to a meteorologist and flight instructor.
J-P Dice Leaving WBRC
J-P announced that he will be leaving WBRC in the summer of 2021 to “follow my other passion”. As a flight instructor and pilot, he will be leaving the station and become a full-time corporate pilot flying a Gulfstream IV.
He has been having a passion for airplanes ever since he was young; he would attend all air shows in his hometown in Florida.
J-P Dice Salary
Dice’s annual salary is estimated to be between $55,000 and $ 100,000. His exact salary figure is still not available but will be updated soon.
J-P Dice Net Worth
Dice has an estimated net worth of $900,000. He has earned this figure from his career as a flight instructor, meteorologist, and weather presenter for WCJB-TV. His exact net worth figure will be updated soon.
Dice Returning To WBRC FOX6 News
According to an announcement made by WBRC FOX6 News on August 8, 2022, Dice is scheduled to return to the station in a new capacity as a meteorologist assisting First Alert Chief Meteorologist Wes Wyatt and the First Alert Weather team fro August 11, 2022.
J-P will continue to serve as a full-time corporate pilot, but at WBRC, his main responsibilities will be forecasting for the station’s First Alert Weather app and providing weather updates for the station’s website, social media accounts, and streaming services.
Additionally, J-P will support Chief Meteorologist Wes Wyatt during extreme weather situations on the broadcast side by contributing his extensive knowledge and experience.
Seven meteorologists work for the station as a result of his return, making it the largest and most seasoned meteorological department in the state of Alabama and the whole Southeast.