Who is Drew Tuma?
Drew Tuma is an American meteorologist who is working for KGO-TV as a weekend meteorologist at 5, 6, 9, and 11 p.m. on ABC 7 News. He joined the ABC 7 Weather team in July 2014.
Drew Tuma Date of Birth / Age
Tuma was born on the 19th of June 1988. He is 34 years old as of 2022.
Drew Tuma Height
Tuma stands at a height of approximately 5 feet and 7 inches tall.
Drew Tuma Parents and Siblings
Tuma was raised in the suburbs of Philadelphia. He manages to keep information regarding his parents, siblings, and extended members of his family away from the limelight. We will however update this information once it’s available to the public.
Drew Tuma Spouse(Husband/Gay)
Tuma exchanged vows with his husband, Joey Hersh on the 2nd of April 2022. Hersh was born and celebrates his birthday on November 23rd. The couple met in 2016 at a bar. Hersh proposed to him in July 2020. Nonetheless, the information will be updated once available.
Drew Tuma Kids / Children
Details regarding whether or not Tuma has any children are not available to the public at the moment. However, we will update this information once more details concerning this are available.
Drew Tuma Education
After completing his high school education, Tuma attended the. Later, he became its graduate with a Bachelor Of Science degree in Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology. While in high school, he was in the weather club. To boot, he loved math and science.
Drew Tuma Career
Tuma works for KGO as a weekend meteorologist at 5, 6, 9, and 11 p.m. on ABC 7 News. He joined the ABC 7 Weather team in July 2014. Prior to this, he served
His fascination in weather began when he witnessed the Blizzard of 1996 caused 40 inches of snow from a single storm which was unorthodox in the suburbs of Philadelphia. Nonetheless, his initial on-air job was when he served PCN-TV, a local cable channel while in college.
However, his career debuted when he served at WHSV TV3 Winchester in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia as the Chief Meteorologist. During his tenure there, he secured the prestigious AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorology seal.
Afterward, he got a job in Washington, D.C. at WTTG-TV where he broadcasted different types of weather happenings while serving in the Mid-Atlantic. For example, the June 2012 Derecho, the destructive Tornado Outbreak in 2011, Hurricane Sandy advancing landwards, and the many hampering East Coast blizzards.
In his free time, he loves spending time with his family, cooking, running, and traveling. Moreover, he partook in his initial Triathlon in Richmond, Virginia. Tuma aims to complete a full marathon very soon.
Drew Tuma KGO-TV
Tuma works with KGO-TV where he serves alongside his fellow anchors, reporters, and meteorologists such as;
- Kumasi Aaron
- Chris Alvarez
- Reggie Aqui
- Lisa Argen
- Dan Ashley
- Larry Beil
- Tara Campbell
- Spencer Christian
- Ama Daetz
- Amanda del Castillo
- Dustin Dorsey
How Much Does Drew Tuma Earn?
Tuma approximately earns an annual salary that ranges from $100,000-$500,000.
How Much is Drew Tuma Worth?
As a meteorologist, Tuma has been able to accumulate a net worth that ranges from $1 million to $5 million.
Drew Tuma Heat Exhaustion/ Injury
Due to very high temperatures on Saturday 2017 following Friday’s heat, Tuma experienced heat exhaustion that made him pass out. As a result of the fall, he injured his head. Further, he was rushed to SF General hospital and was attended to by nurses and doctors. He underwent surgery and had various IVs and stitches.
..”town. On the ride there, the car was warm and I could feel myself getting short of breath so I decide next stop I’ll get off, get some fresh air and catch my breath. It was a little too late. I step off the train onto the platform and next thing I know I see stars and blackout. I woke up lying on the station platform surrounded by people over me telling me not to move and an ambulance is coming.
I had passed out, fell like a tree in the woods, and SMACKED my head right on the ground. Everyone around me was so comforting; a pregnant lady and her husband gave me water, another man gave me paper towels to help stop the bleeding, a woman with Muni named Deborah sat next to me until the paramedics arrived. I get rushed to SF General and the nurses and doctors there were phenomenal. Several IV bags and stitches later the surgeon jokes that the scar looks like a lightning bolt wh..” He posted on his Facebook page.