• Monica Cryan was born in 1988 in Philadelphia, PA, USA and is a weather reporter and meteorologist.
• She has a net worth of over $300,000 earned through her successful career.
• She graduated from Pennsylvania State University in 2010 with a degree in meteorology, forecasting and communication.
• She has served with several companies throughout her career, including KMID-TV Big 2 News, KTAB/KRBC, WSFA 12 News, and WeatherNation.
• She is married and has a passion for snow and the beach, as well as skiing and shopping.
Who is Monica Cryan?
Monica Cryan was born in 1988 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, and is a weather reporter as well as a meteorologist, best known for her work in the West Hartford, Connecticut based station Weather Nation. She recently joined the morning news crew of the station PHL17, doing the morning weather report.
The Wealth of Monica Cryan
How rich is Monica Cryan? As of early-2019, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $300,000, earned through a successful career in meteorology. She’s served with numerous companies over the course of her career and her fame has earned her numerous opportunities. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life and Education
Very little is known about Monica’s childhood and family as she has never shared any details about them publicly. She grew up near Philadelphia and also lived in several other locations as the years progressed, including Texas, Alabama and Colorado. She discovered her passion for the weather while in high school leading her to pursue the craft after matriculating; when she enrolled into Pennsylvania State University.
The university – commonly referred to as Penn State – includes undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education courses offered either through resident instruction or online courses, particularly in numerous fields such as law and medicine. It is a publicly funded university, and one of the largest universities in the US, offering over 160 majors over all its campuses. The school is also known for its meteorology program, making it one of the top schools to go to for completing a course in the field. Monica completed a degree in Meteorology, Forecasting, and Communication in 2010.
During Cryan’s time with the university, she became involved in numerous weather-related activities and organizations to help build her skills in the craft, and was a member of the Campus Weather Service, Weather World, and the Penn State Network, as well as other activities. After completing her degree, she went on to pursue her dream of becoming a meteorologist, gaining her first job with the station KMID-TV Big 2 News in 2010; the station is an ABC affiliate and serves the Permian Basin area of Texas.
She served there for seven months and then moved to KTAB/KRBC also in Texas as both a reporter as well as a meteorologist. This time, she worked with a CBS affiliated station KTAB owned by Nexstar Media Group which also operates the NBC affiliate KRBC in which she also worked. The two are known to share studios with a shared service agreement. She served with both stations for the next two years, and then left to work for the station WSFA 12 News in 2013, based in West Montgomery, Alabama.
— Monica Cryan (@MonicaPHL17) April 9, 2019
After a year with WSFA 12 News, Monica then decided to join NBC Connecticut or WVIT which is an NBC-owned station serving the Hartford-New Haven television market. The station is known for its news broadcasts as well as other original programming. She left the station in 2015 to work with WeatherNation, which primarily broadcasts live and pre-recorded weather forecasts. They cover, regional, local, and national forecasts as well as weather related news.
While working with WeatherNation, she decided to continue her education through enrolling at the American Military University to study for a degree in Public Administration, with a special focus on Emergency Management. She is also a member of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) and is a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist. After completing her master’s degree in 2017, she stayed with WeatherNation for another year before deciding to move to PHL17 which serves the Philadelphia and Delaware Valley area. She said that one of her reasons for moving to the station was because of her history in the area, as she had attended schools there including Penn State University.
Just call me Lady Monica Cryan of Glencoe. My square foot of souvenir land in the Scottish Highlands was a fun Christmas Gift from Highland Titles and a great conservation effort.
Personal Life and Social Media
For her personal life, it is known that Cryan is married though details about her marriage and husband are not known to the public. It is also not known if they have any children. She has mentioned that one of the reasons she leaned towards a career in meteorology is because of a passion in science, that one of the first things that drew her in to the field was an environmental science class in high school. She loves snow, and a few of her most memorable broadcasts were of snow coverage she’s done throughout the years.
One of the worst events that she reported on was a large wildfire that devastated a big portion of Texas. Despite her love of snow, she also enjoys going to beaches in summer, and spends her free time with her family. She also loves skiing and shopping. She enjoys the food of Philadelphia including the iconic Philadelphia cheesesteak.
Similar to numerous weather broadcasters, she is highly active online through accounts on social media. She has an account on Instagram on which she posts a lot of personal photos including those taken behind the scenes from her workplace. She also has a Twitter account which posts some of her day to day endeavors while also promoting her broadcasts.
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia