-Sarah Wroblewski is a 35-year-old Caucasian meteorologist, weathercaster and anchorwoman
-Born in Marlborough, Connecticut and raised in Kansas City, Missouri
-Attended the University of Massachusetts, Lowell and graduated with a degree in atmospheric science
-Employed at FOX 25 News as a weekend morning meteorologist
-Actively supports non-profit health organizations and has a net worth of $500,000
Who is Sarah Wroblewski?
Born under the sign of Cancer on the 8th of July 1983, in Marlborough, Connecticut USA of Polish descent, Sarah Wroblewski is a 35-year-old Caucasian meteorologist, weathercaster and anchorwoman. She is perhaps best known to the world for her significant presence on the TV screen as a severe weather producer and weekend morning meteorologist during her starting five years on WBZ-TV.
Early Life and Education: A Child with Goals
Sarah’s family moved from her birthplace to Kansas City, Missouri when she was very young, which is where she was raised, apparently an only child. At the age of 12, she was already heavily interested in soccer and weathercasting, and was thus put on her school’s team as one of the most frequent players, and she was taking extra Math and Science classes to prepare for a weathercasting career. As for her education, she went to an unspecified high school in Kansas City where, prior to matriculation in 2001, she had already managed to secure a studentship at Pennsylvania State University and Rutgers University. However, she was visited by a coach from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell during her soccer practice, and at that point made up her mind about college. Hence, she pursued a degree in atmospheric science, and graduated with one in 2005. While in college, along with 15 other atmospheric science students from, Sarah was assisting in significant NASA weather research, and helping monitor the weather during the Boston marathon.
Career: A Scientist on TV
Even though Sarah is a television weathercaster, she is also much more of a scientist than most of her colleagues. According to the page featuring her college work, Sarah started out as a freelance meteorologist instead of someone who aimed to work on television. Her main career focus at the time was to be an employee at Weather Services International, and she had both of these jobs as soon as she got her degree. She remained a weathercaster on WBZ-TV until 2010, and was promoted to a Weather Services International medial sales engineer. After a short period of working for WFXT near the end of 2010, Sarah in 2011 joined the crew of the FOX 25 Weather Team as an environmental reporter and a fill-in meteorologist. It is unknown when she stopped working for Weather Services International, though she is considered to have broken off her work contract with them for some reason during the six years at the FOX 25 Weather Team. Ultimately, in 2017 she was transferred over to FOX 25 News, where she gets screen time in the early morning hours of the weekend, and is where she is employed today.
Her Love Life: Did She Have a Wedding?
As for her romantic involvements, it is unknown who Sarah used to date prior to her husband, Stephen Kroll. The two seem to have dated for an extensive period of time, possibly up to 10 years, prior to marrying. They arranged for their wedding ceremony to be held on the 10th of July 2010, and even though the pictures of the event are available online, the event itself was quite private when it happened. Together they have two daughters, who are two years apart in age, but their birthdates and names are unknown, though there is the fact that Sarah shared a picture of herself during pregnancy on the 25th of May 2014. The four live together at an undisclosed location.
More Science Work
As mentioned previously, Sarah was one of the few students of her generation that had the honor of working with NASA itself. Besides monitoring the skies, Sarah was specifically involved in unspecified research regarding NASA’s Earth Observing System (EOS) satellites “Aura” and “Aqua”. Thanks to the quality of her contributions, her work was published in 2008 in the science Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy.
Her College Friends
It is a known fact that some of Sarah’s best friends are the college girls she used to play soccer with during her time at University of Massachusetts Lowell as the captain of the women’s soccer squad, River Hawks. She obtained this position in her senior year, and was generally recognized for her physical skill during her entire time on the team.
Sarah’s Favorite Topics
During her interview for newenglandone.com, among other things Sarah was asked about the kinds of things she prefers to cover as a weathercaster. To this, she replied ‘Love sharing new developments or exciting new discoveries in the environmental world. It’s always really cool to learn from the stories you are covering and being able to share that with the viewers. My least favorite topics include when weather impacts someone or a family in a negative way. It’s sad when weather can be deadly and my job as a meteorologist is to help people avoid those situations and or least be prepared.’
A Kind Contributor
Sarah is known to support various non-profit health organizations in order to help others in their fight against auto-immune diseases. Specifically, Wroblewski frequently attends and promotes events that serve to raise cancer awareness. On the 21st of October 2018, she was one of the proudest attendees at the Unmask Cancer event created for The Jimmy Fund, which is a group that has been aiding the attempts of fighting cancer since 1948.
Sarah also appeared on the TV screen in a series, specifically the episode of “Inside Edition” that aired on the 29th of February 2016, where she was featured as herself. This is a documentary series that encompasses some of the most important reports across the country. It has been running since 1988 and it is still alive and well today. The further details of Sarah’s involvement in it are unspecified, but the importance of the weather report that got her into the show is undeniable.
Good Wednesday morning! A chilly start, but another bright day on tap!
— Sarah Wroblewski (@sarahwroblewski) April 17, 2019
What is Sarah Wroblewski’s Net Worth?
Close to $500,000, while her annual salary is said to be over $65,000. She made her fortune by lending her weathercasting expertise to various TV news companies and of course some of the most important weather-related institutions in the country.
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia