Betty Davis (Meteorologist) | Biography

Posted On: 14 Jun, 2014

Betty Davis (Meteorologist) | Biography

Quick Facts

Date of Birth Not Found
Nationality American
Profession Meteorologist
Husband/Spouse Not Disclosed
Boyfriend No
Ethnicity Black
Is Gay/Lesbian No
Partner No
Divorced? Not Yet
Married Yes
Body Measurements N/A
Net Worth Not Disclosed
Height Not less than 6 feet
Weight Not Disclosed
Children/Kids One Children (son)

“I will never forget the Atlanta Tornado of March 2008. As it weakened, it came through my backyard and damaged a tree. We had to get that tree removed and it cost more than a few dollars to do it.” - Betty Davis (most memorable weather moment)

Certified on air broadcast meteorologist/weather forecaster, Betty Davis currently works for WPLG – Channel Ten as a weather forecaster.

Details on her personal life including her age, can’t be found in the media. But, she definitely looks like someone on her mid 20’s or late 20’s. Plus, there is less known about her relationship status. According to various biography sites online, she is a married woman enjoying her married life with her loving husband and a son.

Hot and slim body figures, tall height, long black hairs, sweet looking face plus brown eyes, and long shapely legs are the major aspects of her high physical sex appeal.

Although her height hasn’t been revealed in the media, analyzing by her pictures and videos, her height is not less than 6 feet tall.

She is known in the United States as an excellent and professional weather commentator. She joined WPLG-Channel 10 in 2011 after working for The Weather Channel for five years covering much major difficult weather condition faced by the country during the time. Before TWC, Preston, Georgia native worked in some local channels.

After joining TWC, her career boosted with such an amazing pace. She is one of the highest paid on-screen employees in WPLG-Channel 10 regarding salary and incentives.

Betty parents were an Afro-American couple. An important wiki: she holds B.S. in Geosciences from Mississippi State University and B.A. in English from. Spellman College in Atlanta, GA. 

Her official Twitter account and Facebook account do not know; maybe she isn’t a huge fan of social networking sites.

Not a single biography about her on the internet has revealed about her personal life. That means she is a type of person who likes to keep personal and professional life separate.

But, there is her official site called, form where one can get details about her professional career.

In her fruitful career, she has not only earned precious on-screen broadcast experience but also has worked behind the scenes of various popular shows.

She was on the development team of a tornado rating scale called the Enhanced Fujita Scale with various reputed weather experts including Dr. Greg Forbes.  Working on such a big project with internationally renowned weather experts is an achievement by itself.

When she left TWC, TWC got lots of criticism for letting such a reputed weather expert leave. Her departure from TWC is perceived as cost cutting measures by most of the viewers. But, according to TWC, she left because her contract was over.

She is a member of two major weather organizations in the USA namely American Metrological Society and Nation Weather Association.

Being AMS Seal of Approval and NWA Seal of Approval holder weather broadcast meteorologist with applauding education background of graduating magna cum laude from Spellman College, she doesn’t take her job lightly.

So, this is how South Florida does #winter!

For her, her job is not about just doing it for the job sake but also about helping people and making the people of America know what’s going on with the weather around them.

“I enjoy giving people information they can use to help plan their lives and, hopefully, save their lives. And, I get to be on TV! How cool is that?!" - Betty Davis (answering most important aspect of her job)