Robert Gauthreaux III Bio-Wiki

Robert Gauthreaux III is an Emmy-nominated and certified broadcast meteorologist working for WHIO TV 7 in Dayton, Ohio, as an evening meteorologist. He has been part of this network since Jan 2022.

Robert Gauthreaux III Age, Birthday

Gauthreaux’s exact age and birthday are not known as he has not gone public about it. Nevertheless, it is estimated that he might be around his 30’s.

Robert Gauthreaux III Parents/Siblings

Gauthreaux III was born and reared to parents in New Orleans’ 9th Ward, the United States. Unlike other personalities, the meteorologist hasn’t revealed any details in connection with his private life, including his mother, father, siblings, and boyhood.

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Robert Gauthreaux III Education

As far as his education is concerned, Robert holds a Master of Science in Geography (Climatology) from LSU where he studied under Louisiana State Climatologist Barry Keim, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from the University of South Alabama.

Robert Gauthreaux III Wife, Children

In regard to his marital entanglements, Robert has a spouse though he has not revealed her identity to social media.

Robert Gauthreaux III Career and Wikipedia

Gauthreaux III works for WHIO TV 7 in Dayton, Ohio, as an evening meteorologist. He joined the WHIO TV 7 news team in Jan 2022. Born and raised in New Orleans’ 9th Ward, Robert has been a broadcast meteorologist since 2013. He joins WHIO TV 7 most recently from Lubbock, Texas where he was a bilingual meteorologist for Telemundo Lubbock and Fox34, Telemundo Nuevo Mexico. Previously, Robert served as a broadcast meteorologist in Baton Rouge, La. and Alexandria, La. He is now a doctoral candidate at Texas Tech University’s College of Media and Communication, where he is a Helen Devitt Jones Fellowship recipient.

Robert is driven by his desire to connect with the everyday viewer. He aims to build a grounded, personal relationship with them, so they can listen to the weather forecast from a friend rather than “some dude on TV.” Robert feels meteorological knowledge is a must for weather broadcasters, but so is a straightforward statement that the viewer can understand.

He avoids overly “sciencey” presentations and rather presents the weather in an easy-to-understand and relevant manner, so the audience can simply know what to expect and how to be ready for the day, especially during severe weather. This desire for clear communication is the motive why he helped facilitate the local Integrated Warning Team for the New Orleans/Baton Rouge area, a partnership between the National Weather Service, local media, and emergency management. Robert was also current during Lubbock’s own inaugural Integrated Warning Team meeting. He is also a certified broadcast meteorologist of the AMS (American Meteorological Society).

Robert has a highly uncommon, yet advantageous combination of degrees. He holds a Master of Science in Geography (Climatology) from LSU where he studied under Louisiana State Climatologist Barry Keim, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from the University of South Alabama. Robert’s doctoral research concentrates on neuroscience. Particularly, he studies the cognitive and emotional processing of weather information, by using psychophysiological measures to discover how the brain understands a weather broadcast.

Robert is also a competent expert witness in the United States District Court and was honored with “Best Breaking Weather” by the Louisiana Associated Press in 2014. For his social media company in 2017, he was presented the “#PeoplesChoice” recognition from the Baton Rouge Social Media Society, its highest honor. While in Louisiana, Robert managed the first weather social media accounts in American Sign Language (ASL) affiliated with regional news in the nation, and also the first and only in Spanish for the state.

Robert serves as an Eagle Scout and is part of the Omicron Kappa Delta honor society. He is also part of the National Weather Association and  American Meteorological Society, and is also a Knight of Columbus where he was elected as his council’s 2021 “Rookie of the Year.” In his younger years, he contested in Washington State’s high school water polo championship and was also a Washington State champion in Destination Imagination.

On a personal note, Robert knows some American Sign Language and speaks Spanish. He enjoys playing the baritone saxophone, as well as trivia, and travel, including long road trips where he “collects” new countries and actually goes out of his way to visit new ones. Robert also loves discovering all the thrilling things in the Buckeye State and the Midwest with his girlfriend, especially food. But most significantly, being an LSU lover, he’s thrilled to cheer on Joey Burrow and the Bengals.

Robert Gauthreaux III Height

Gauthreaux III has an estimated height of 5 feet 8 inches equaling 1.75 meters.

Robert Gauthreaux III Salary

He has an estimated annual salary ranging from $ 78,345K to $ 167,385K.

Robert Gauthreaux III Net Worth

Gauthreaux III has an approximate net worth of $ 1 Million- $ 3 Million. Nevertheless, his profession as a meteorologist is his primary source of revenue.

Robert Gauthreaux III WHIO TV 7

Gauthreaux III works at WHIO TV 7 with his fellow anchors, reporters, and meteorologists, such as

  1. Cheryl McHenry-Anchor/Investigative Reporter
  2. James Brown-Evening Anchor
  3. Gabrielle Enright-Evening Anchor
  4. Letitia Perry-News Anchor
  5. Nick Foley-News Anchor
  6. Tori McGee-reporter/Anchor
  7. Mike Campbell-Investigative Reporter
  8. John Bedell-Lead Investigative Reporter
  9. Kayla McDermott-News reporter

Is Robert Gauthreaux III on Instagram, Twitter, or TikTok?

You can follow him via Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook. Robert doesn’t appear to have a public TikTok, or Snapchat account currently.

By Eunice