Pete Bouchard Biography
Pete Bouchard is an American meteorologist, well known for his appearance at NBC-Boston since they launched it on 1st January 2016.
He presents evening news at NBC Boston and NECN. He is the member of weather team of NBC Boston which also includes Matt Noyes, Michael Page, Jackie Layer, and Chris Gloninger.
Pete Bouchard Age
He was born in California. Unfortunately, he has not let out the exact date and year he was born.
Pete Bouchard Education
Bouchard graduated in 1992 from Lyndon State College in Lyndon, Vermont in 1992 with a Bachelor’s degree in meteorology.
Pete Bouchard Marriage
Pete is married. He is married to Jennifer McNeil. The couple has three children together and lives happily in the Boston area.
Pete Bouchard Career
He began working at WVII-TV in 1994. In 2002 he worked at WHDH before being promoted to chief meteorologist in 2005 when previous chief meteorologist Todd Gross left. Previously, he worked for WPXT in Portland, Maine, where he was a chief meteorologist for four years, and before that as a weekend meteorologist for WFXT in Boston. He has also worked as a weekend meteorologist at Portland-based WGME-TV and WMTW.
Pete Bouchard Contravacies
There was once a controversy during 5:30 p.m. broadcast on Monday, January 18, 2010, when Bouchard told what a lot of people believed to be an off-colored joke while he was giving updates on snowfall totals.
He claimed “In Princeton, we picked up 9 inches of snow, Billerica had 7. The Biggest amount that I could find….. almost as big as me”. The footage went viral on the internet. WHDH had the video taken off Youtube, as it was explained as a technical error.
Pete Bouchard Net Worth
He earns a good amount of salary, as NBC Boston pays him heavily. Additionally, he is living his high standard life with his wife and three children in Boston. He has maintained a huge amount of net worth from his long journalism career.
Pete Bouchard Awards
Bouchard has been nominated twice for a New England Emmy for Best Weathercast. He won the Best of Boston award for Best Meteorologist in 2007, 2008 and 2010. He was named the Maine Association of Broadcasters Best Meteorologist in 2002, and also won an AP Award for Best Meteorologist in 2001.