Katie Fehlinger Biography
Katie Fehlinger is an American meteorologist and TV personality known for contributing to climate change issues and weather’s effects on sports. Katie has been working in CBS 3 and The CW Philly’s morning news team from September 2011.
Prior to CBS 3, Katie worked as a news forecaster in New York for WCBS. She has also appeared in networks like FOX News, FOX Business, ESPN, and ABC.
She was born on 1 July 1974 in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania.
Katie Fehlinger Age
Katie was born on July 01, 1974 in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. She is 44 years old as of 2018.
Katie Fehlinger Education
Katie went to Cedar Crest College in Allentown and graduated in Bachelor of Arts degree in communications. She also studied at Mississippi State University for her higher qualification. At Mississippi University, she graduated in Bachelor of Sciences degree in geosciences.
Katie Fehlinger Husband
Katie is married to Steve Faye. Steve is a strategist in Accuweather company. The couple has twin girls who were born in August 2015. The names of their daughters are Parker Janice and Kaeden Faye. They live together in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
Katie Fehlinger Daughters
Katie and her husband Steve Faye have twin daughters. The two girls were born in August 2015. Their names are Parker Janice and Kaeden Faye.
Katie Fehlinger CBS
Katie joined CBS 3 and The CW Philly’s morning news team in September 2011.
Her professional journalism career began at Bath, Pennsylvania where she started working at the RCN 4. Katie also did the reporting of the award-winning news as well as magazine show called the Tempo! Her switch to weather came about only in 2006 which led her to be interested more and more in meteorology.
Prior to joining CBS, Katie worked for WCBS in New York where she worked as weekend morning news forecaster. Prior to that, she was a forecaster at AccuWeather, Inc. in State College, Pennsylvania.
She also served as a day weather reporter for several networks including Fox Sports Networks, NESN, YES, and the Big Ten Network. Katie also reported as a regular football, baseball, and hockey game day weather reporter.
Katie has also appeared as the host on different networks including FOX News, FOX Business, ESPN, and ABC. Her first shot related to weather was for the FOX news which showcased tornadoes ripping along the Midwest.