Matt Hines Age
Matt Hines grew up in Plano, Texas only north of Dallas. Information about his age will be updated as soon as possible.
Matt Hines Wife
Matt is married to Stephanie and they are happy to be living in Central Texas.
Matt Hines Height
He is 5 ft 8 in tall.
Matt Hines Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
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Matt Hines Biography
Matt Hines is an American journalist working as the chief meteorologist for KXXV ABC 25 News. Matt grew up in Plano, Texas only north of Dallas. He knew at an early age that climate was his obsession.
One of his first climate recollections is watching his neighbor’s fence blow away as a cyclone went through his area. From that point on, he realized he was bound to turn into a meteorologist.
After secondary school, he went to Lubbock, Texas where he went to Texas Tech University. He studied transmission reporting, yet moved his credits to Mississippi State University where he finished the course work for the Broadcast Meteorology Program in 2003.
Other than the climate, Matt has numerous different interests and diversions. He’s an ardent Dallas and Red Raider avid supporter. He additionally appreciates voyaging, investing energy with his family, cooking or inspecting the new and diverse food, and obviously, storm pursuing. Matt’s little girl Addison and child Austin (twins) keep him extremely bustling when he is at home!
Matt comprehends that climate is vital to you and anticipates giving you his conjectures on non-weekend days at 5, 6, and 10 p.m. Matt and his wife Stephanie are pleased to be Central Texans!
Matt Hines KXXV ABC 25 News
Hines came to News Channel 25 in December of 2007. Matt’s whole live profession has been spent in the extraordinary territory of Texas (Central Texas, Amarillo, Lubbock)! He drives a group of meteorologists that utilizes the most exceptional climate gear in Central Texas and has set the norm for estimating precision nearby.
Matt has acquired the National Weather Association Seal of Approval. This seal requires an assessment and live assessment. When you acquire the seal, you need to collect proceeding with instruction credits and reestablish at regular intervals.
While taking classes on the web, he filled in as an understudy at KLBK-TV in Lubbock. He was immediately elevated to their sister station KAMC-TV and turned into the end-of-the-week meteorologist in 2000.
After his work in Lubbock was done in 2003, Matt moved to Amarillo, Texas where he worked at KAMR-TV. He began as the end of the week meteorologist, then, at that point turned into the morning meteorologist, and ultimately moved gradually up to between time Chief Meteorologist throughout the spring of 2007. Matt has covered various extreme climate and cyclone flare-ups both in the field and in the studio.
- Regional Edward R. Murrow Award (2018) and Texas AP Award (2017): Remembering Jarrell, 20 Years Later
- Texas AP Best Weathercast (2017): 2nd Place
- The First Alert 25 Meteorologists earned the “StormReady” designation issued by the National Weather Service in April 2012. KXXV was the first station in Texas to earn this title.
- NWA Seal: January 2006
- Texas Associated Press Award: Coverage of Hurricane Lili in 2002