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Who is Mike Bettes?
Born Michael Bettes on the 9th January 1972, in Tallmadge, Ohio USA, he is a storm chaser and meteorologist, best known from working for The Weather Channel in Atlanta, Georgia, coming to prominence in 2013 when he was one of several storm chasers struck by the EF5 tornado in El Reno, Oklahoma. Luckily he went uninjured, but his photographer and driver weren’t that lucky.
Mike Bettes Bio: Early Life and Education
Mike spent his childhood in his hometown, and after matriculating enrolled at Ohio State University, from which he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in atmospheric sciences. Unfortunately, there isn’t any more information about Mike’s childhood, including the identity of his parents, and whether he has any siblings or not.
Rise to Prominence
It was during these years that Mike reached prominence; as a special reporter and storm chaser, he was out and about during all the major storms that happened in the USA, such as in El Reno, Oklahoma, when he and his crew were caught in an EF5 tornado, which tossed their SUV 200 yards into a field. This incident made Mike quite popular in the US, and new offers came his way. He has remained on The Weather Channel but has a ton more work – he is the Morning Rush co-host, then “America Morning Headquarters” co-host and can be seen also on the Weather Underground TV.
In addition to his work for The Weather Channel, Mike is also assigned to NBC News and their “Today Show” as a fill-in weather anchor and special reporter, having been on the sightings of the Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Sandy and other storms, tropical cyclones, and floods, among other natural disasters.
— Mike Bettes (@mikebettes) July 27, 2018
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Do You Know About Mike’s Personal Life, Affairs, Marriage, Children?
Mike has been quite open about his personal life, sharing all the interesting details with his fans. He married Allison Chinchar in 2012 after several years of being in a relationship, and they have since welcomed a son, Landen Benjamin. Before Allison, Mike was married to his colleague from The Weather Channel Stephanie Abrams; the two tied the knot in 2000, but divorced after nine years. The two didn’t have any children together.
Mike has become rather popular on social media platforms, especially Facebook and Twitter, though he is also no stranger on Instagram. His official Twitter account has over 375,000 followers, and he has used this social media platform to promote his career, sharing pictures from the sets of The Weather Channel, but also informing of storms and tornadoes across the US, among many other posts. You can also find Mike on Facebook, on which he has over 80,000 followers, and has also used this network to share the newest happenings in the sky above the US. On the other hand, Mike has made Instagram a bit more personal, sharing details from his personal life, including time spent with his wife and child, among other posts that showcase his day life.
Mike Bettes Wife, Allison Chinchar
Now that we have shared all the major details about Mike, let’s share some information about Mike’s wife, Allison. Allison Chinchar was born on the 9th April 1984 in Mansfield, Ohio USA, and is a meteorologist who came to prominence thanks to her work for CNN and CNN International.
Over 25 potential record highs today across the southern US, but when you combine that with high winds & dry air the wildfire risk goes up! pic.twitter.com/hJFYMtKbzu
— Allison Chinchar (@AllisonChinchar) February 11, 2017
She expressed love for nature from an early age and liked to explore it, which led to her becoming close to animals. She graduated from the Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Atmospheric Science and Meteorology in 2008. Before she started working for CNN, Allison was a part of several stations, including Buckeye TV, WTVC-TV News Channel 9, and WXIA TV, among others. Allison’s net worth is also estimated at over $1 million, as of mid- 2018.