Kent Ehrhardt KMOV, Net Worth, Salary, 4 Warn Aircast, Age, Wife and Katie Hayes
Who is Kent Ehrhardt?
Kent Ehrhardt is an American broadcast meteorologist working at KMOV-TV. He anchors weekday weathercasts on “News 4 This Morning.” He has previously worked as a chief meteorologist at WPTV which is the NBC affiliate in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Throughout his career, he has covered severe weather, including tornadoes, threatening thunderstorms, and snowstorms in the Midwest region since joining the team as a chief meteorologist in June 1998.
Kent Ehrhardt Age
Ehrhardt is 65 years old. He was born on October 21, 1956, in St.Louis, Missouri, United States.
Kent Ehrhardt Height
Ehrhardt has not shared his height measurements. His height, weight, and other body measurements will be updated soon.
Kent Ehrhardt Family
Ehrhardt 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.
Kent Ehrhardt Wife
Ehrhardt is engaged to Katie Hayes. The duo started dating in November 2015 and are still together as of 2022. The couple has no children together however, Hayes has 3 children from her previous marriage.
Kent Ehrhardt Education
Ehrhardt holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mass Communications from Southeast Missouri University.
Kent Ehrhardt Salary
Ehrhardt annual salary is estimated to be between $80 k and $100 k. His exact salary figure is still not available but will be updated soon.
Kent Ehrhardt Net Worth
Ehrhardt has an estimated net worth ranging between $100 k – $500 k. He has earned this figure from his successful journalism career. His exact net worth figure will be updated soon.
Kent Ehrhardt KMOV-TV
Ehrhardt joined KMOV Channel 4 as Chief Meteorologist in June 1998, marking his return to his birthplace of St. Louis. His forecasts are also published every day in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the city’s daily newspaper. Highlights of his career include 24-hour coverage of storms Andrew, Gilbert, Hugo, Gordon, and Erin. His forecasts were also featured in several newspapers and on radio stations throughout south Florida.
He received multiple honors for his outstanding storm coverage, including the Florida Governor’s Hurricane Conference Media Award and the National Hurricane Conference Media Award. Ehrhardt received the Missouri Broadcasters Association’s Best Weathercast Award in 1999 and 2002.
He has also received the Seals of Approval from the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association. He has served on the National Weather Association’s Board of Directors and was elected Member of the Year in 1995.
He has been appointed the American Lung Association of Eastern Missouri’s (ALAEM) “Official Meteorologist,” and as such, he provides his knowledge to that group in their job of measuring and reporting air quality in our viewing region.
Ehrhardt is also the “Official Meteorologist” of the St. Louis Attractions Association, a non-profit organization that represents more than 140 of the region’s best attractions. He has also acted as the “Official Meteorologist” for a number of major St. Louis events.
KMOV News Team
- Samantha Jones
- Cory Stark
- Claire Kellett
- Maurice Drummond
- Laura Hettiger
- Taylor Holt
- Lauren Trager
- Susan El Khoury
- Russell Kinsaul
- Alexis Zotos
- Paige Hulsey
- Caroline Hecker
- Julia Avery
- Steve Harris
- Steve Templeton
- Kent Ehrhardt
- Kristen Cornett
- Leah Hill
- Doug Vaughn
- Gabriela Vidal
Kent Ehrhardt 4 Warn Aircast
Ehrhardt, in collaboration with the ALAEM, produces the 4 Warn Aircast, an exclusive daily forecast carried on “News 4 St. Louis” from mid-May to mid-September in which he anticipates the following day’s air quality. The 4 Warn Aircast is a yearly educational effort that informs people of the health risks associated with poor quality of air.
The program also urges citizens to take proactive steps to limit or eliminate ozone-producing activities during this important season, in order to reduce ground-level ozone pollution and assist St. Louis in cleaning the air.
Kent Ehrhardt Socials
Who left KMOV Channel 4?
Savard worked as a sports reporter for the St. Louis Rams and other teams for many years before becoming a news anchor in the early 2010s. He departed KMOV last autumn after the station’s parent firm reduced employees due to advertising income difficulties caused by the epidemic.
Who is Kmov chief meteorologist?
Steve Templeton is the Chief Meteorologist for KMOV TV.
Who got fired from KMOV today?
Vernon Zelch was dismissed after a News 4 investigation investigated whether he intervened unlawfully with a murder case involving his son.