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Rick Reichmuth
Born
Richard Reichmuth

(1969-05-21) May 21, 1969 (age 54)
EducationArizona State University, Georgia State University, Mississippi State University
Occupation(s)Weather anchor, Television host
Years active2000–present
TitleChief meteorologist, Fox News

Richard Reichmuth (born May 21, 1969) is an American meteorologist who is best known for his 11-year career on the Fox News program Fox & Friends.[1]

Early life and education

Rick was born and raised in Prescott, Arizona and graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Spanish Literature. After nearly a decade in banking, he decided to make a change and pursue a lifelong dream in meteorology.

Career

Rick began his television career as a Production Assistant for CNN en Español in Atlanta, Georgia and began his on-air career at CNN Headline News, CNN and CNN International. From 2004–2006, Rick conducted live weather forecasts as a meteorologist for Weather Services International in Andover, MA.

He is currently the Chief Meteorologist at Fox News Channel.

Rick is an American Meteorological Society Television Seal Holder (1679)[2]

Rick also delivers forecasts on the digital broadcast television network and streaming channel Fox Weather.[3]

Weatherman Umbrella

Rick developed a line of umbrellas called "Weatherman," which launched November 16, 2017.[4] After years in the field covering severe weather events, Rick couldn’t find an umbrella that met his standards. The result after three years of research, sketching, testing and more testing is an umbrella that stands up to extreme weather.[promotion?]

References

  1. ^ "Rick Reichmuth". Fox News. Retrieved 11 October 2017.
  2. ^ "List of AMS Television Seal Holders". American Meteorological Society. Retrieved 11 October 2017.
  3. ^ "Rick Reichmuth". Fox Weather. Retrieved 2023-09-23.
  4. ^ "Weatherman Umbrella". Retrieved 12 October 2017.