Ashton Altieri Biography, Age, Career, CBS 4, Facebook And Twitter

Ashton Altieri Biography

Ashton Altieri is an American Meteorologist who is popular for CBS4 This Morning Show which airs each weekday from 4:30am-7am.

He is also known for CBS4 News At Noon. He is originally from New Jersey, he spent most of his childhood growing up in Michigan. Here, he competed at the state level in Cross Country and Track.

He also became the Eagle Scout. He attended Central Michigan University where he earned an undergraduate degree in Meteorology and Broadcasting and graduated in 2002. He moved to Mississippi and earned his Master’s degree in Geosciences from the Mississippi State University in 2004.

Ashton Altieri Age

He is originally from New Jersey, he spent most of his childhood growing up in Michigan. Information about his age will be updated soon.

Ashton Altieri

Ashton Altieri Career | Ashton Altieri CBS4

He joined CBS4 Weather Team in the summer of 2016 after he left WFAA-TV located in Dallas. Before his job at WFAA-TV, he had spent 7 years at 9NEWS located in Denver.

While in college, he used to work at WLNS-TV located in Lansing, Michigan and also WCBI-TV in Columbus, Mississippi. He has also worked at TV stations in Des Moines and Sacramento.

Due to his education and on-air work, he has earned the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist designation from the American Meteorological Society. Ashton also holds the Television Seal of Approval from the National Weather Association.

Here are some of the facts about him;

Position: Morning Meteorologist
Year hired: 2016
Alma Mater: Central Michigan University, Go Chippewas!
Role model: My parents
Dream job: This one. I am literally living the dream.
The job you would never attempt: Phlebotomist
Star sign: Leo
First TV appearance: 3rd grade. In the background while on a school tour of the CBS station in Detroit. Hi Mom!!
Why I am a Meteorologist: Weather is fascinating and I crave opportunities to explain why.
Hidden talent: Nothing that could be labeled “talent”
Hometown: Saline, Michigan
Number of children: 1 son, Ayden
Hobbies: Running, Sand Volleyball, Skiing, Snowboarding, Weather!!
Favorite food: Italian
Favorite musician: Mumford & Sons
Number of siblings: 1 sister
The number of pets: 0 (for now!)
Favorite sports team: Go Rockies!
Favorite author: Jon Krakauer
Favorite vacation spot: Mackinac Island
What one word best describes CBS4: Empowering
Least favorite household chore: Cleaning the bathroom
Favorite word: Derecho
Least favorite words: “Not possible”
Favorite noise: My snowboard carving powder
Least favorite noise: My snowboard on ice
Favorite music: Classic and alternative rock
What keeps you in Colorado? Um, look at that view! (Plus 25 different ski areas)
Who would play you in a movie? Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Ashton Facebook

Altieri Instagram


View this post on Instagram


‪Time to get the running season started at the Sneak! Beautiful morning for a run. #cherrycreeksneak2019

A post shared by Ashton Altieri (@ashton.altieri) on

Ashton Twitter

CBS4’s Altieri Explains How Avalanches Happen In Colorado Mountains

Article by Ashton

Colorado Snow Season Rapidly Ending


As temperatures soar well into the 80s along the Front Range this week, the chance for additional snow in Denver this season seems unlikely.

Snow in May is hit or miss in the first place. In the last 10 years, Denver has experienced snow in May 5 times including last week when the city officially reported 0.2″ of snow at DIA on May 9. Many other locations in the metro area reported 1-2 inches almost entirely on the grass.

If last weeks’ snow is, in fact, the final of the season for the Denver area, we’ll end the season with an official total of 44.4 inches as measured at DIA. That is about a foot below our seasonal average of 57.1 inches. 2018-2019 becomes the third consecutive season with below normal snowfall at DIA.

And it’s not just the airport. A snow measurement site in Denver’s Stapleton airport measured only 42.1 inches this season or about 15 inches below normal for that site.

A quick glance monthly snowfall in Denver since October shows it was largely the beginning of the season responsible for our below normal snowfall.

2018-2019 Monthly Snowfall At DIA
October: 3.2″ (1.0″ below normal)
November: 4.5″ (3.0″ below normal)
December: 0.5″ (7.6″ below normal)
January: 6.2 (0.4″ below normal)
February: 13.4″ (5.7″ above normal)
March: 12.9″ (1.5″ above normal)
April: 3.5″ (5.4″ below normal)
May: 0.2″ (1.5 below normal)

Meanwhile, it was a huge snow season in the mountains with far above normal snowpack and higher than normal snowfall at most of Colorado’s ski resorts.

As of May 14, Breckenridge has seen 441 inches of snow this season which is 75 inches above normal and stunning 170 inches more than the 2017-2018 season.

It was just as impressive at Loveland ski area.