Royal Norman AZ, Bio, Age, Parents, Height, Wife, 3TV, Salary and Hair

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Royal Norman Biography and Wiki

Royal Norman is an American meteorologist currently working as chief Meteorologist for 3TV. He serves as a weekday night Good Evening Arizona, 3TV News at 8, 3TV News at 9, and 3TV News at 10. He has also worked for at 3TV as the weekend meteorologist, receiving his American Meteorological Society Seal of Approval for both television and radio broadcasting.

Royal Norman Age

Norman is private when it comes to his life. However, he has not yet revealed his actual age, but once information is revealed it will be updated soon.

Royal Norman Education

Norman graduated from Arizona State University in 1984 with a degree in meteorology-climatology.  Royal decided to pursue his lifelong interest in meteorology.   However, he began at 3TV as the weekend meteorologist, receiving his American Meteorological Society Seal of Approval for both television and radio broadcasting.

Royal Norman Height

Norman stands at an approximate height of 6 feet and 5inches. However, details about his actual height is currently not publicly available. His height will be updated once is revealed.

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Royal Norman, Wife

Norman is happily married to Nancy. However, there is no information about whether Norman and Nancy have children. Additionally, Norman and his wife went to Arizona in the summer of 1981. His wife, Nancy, also worked in radio, and she received a job offer in Phoenix that would ultimately change the course for Norman’s career, too.

Royal Norman Parents

Norman’s information about her parents is not yet available. It will be updated once confirmed.

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Royal Norman Net Worth

Royal’s estimated net worth is not yet known, though he works for television stations and as an Arizona Family’s Chief Meteorologist. However, information about her actual net worth will be updated soon.

Royal Norman Salary

An American chief meteorologist Royal has an average salary of  $45,484 per year. However, the exact amount of his salary is still under review.

Royal Norman Channel 3TV

Norman started his career in radio. However, he served the soundboards and reported on local news. Norman began at 3TV as the weekend meteorologist, receiving his American Meteorological Society Seal of Approval for both television and radio broadcasting.

However, during his first 12 years at 3TV, Norman covered a tornado live from the station helicopter, was on the air as the under-construction Mill Avenue Bridge collapsed into the roaring flood waters of the Salt River, covered the eruption of Mount Kilauea in Hawaii, attended 50th-anniversary services at the USS Arizona Memorial in 1991 and was on the original crew of Good Morning Arizona.

In 1996, Norman and his family went to Atlanta, where he was the Chief Meteorologist at WXIA-TV. However, his favorite part of staying near the east coast was chasing hurricanes – something that never happened in Arizona.

Going back to 3TV in 2001, Norman is now Arizona Family’s Chief Meteorologist. Additionally, he serves weekday nights, appearing on Good Evening Arizona, 3TV News at 8, 3TV News at 9, and 3TV News at 10.

Norman was allowed into the Southwest, Rocky Mountain NATAS Silver Circle in 2010 and in 2017 was honored with the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Arizona State University College of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning. Additionally, Royal has received 7 Emmys for weather reporting.

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His career has also come up with the opportunity to reconnect with his school roots. Randy Cerveny, professor of meteorology and climatology with the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, has teamed up with Norman and 3TV to give his expertise over the years.

Royal Norman Hair

Norman decided not to color hair today but painted the office instead. Now deciding whether to change it up or put everything back where it was.