Amy Freeze is a television meteorologist in the United States who has worked as a weekend meteorologist for WABC-TV in New York City, New York, since 2011. She is the host of ABC’s Good Morning America and is well-known for her oratory abilities.
Amy Freeze was born in Utah, United States, on June 19, 1974, to Linda and Bill Freeze. Freeze was born in Indiana and is the first of Bill and Linda Freeze’s five daughters and her parents adored them all equally. Amy attended Jeffersonville High School in Jeffersonville, Indiana, and received her diploma in 1992. She graduated from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications in 1995. She is part of the Last-day Saints Church of Jesus Christ. In Starkville, Mississippi, Freeze also obtained a bachelor’s degree in geoscience from Mississippi State University. Her thesis at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was the establishment of “the Storm Water Action Alert Program,” which deals with major cities and combined sewer overflows.
Amy Freeze Career
Amy Freeze started her professional career after her graduation. Freeze worked as a meteorologist for NBC’s WCAU in Philadelphia and co-hosted 10!, a live entertainment show on NBC10. She also worked as a substitute for NBC’s Weekend Today and MSNBC at Rockefeller Center in New York City during that time. Freeze worked at both KWGN and KMGH in Denver, Colorado. She began her broadcasting career at KPTV’s Good Day Oregon in Portland, Oregon. Freeze had a cameo appearance in the comedy-drama television series Scrubs (2001–2010) episode “My Life in Four Cameras” (2005). In two different categories, her name has appeared on the American game show “Jeopardy.”
She incorporates digital photographs of the weather put in by viewers via Twitter, Facebook, and email into her forecasts such as “Freeze Frame,” “Super Cat Saturday,” and “Big Dog Sunday.” She devised “The Freeze Factor,” a segment in which she ranks the weather with a scale from one to 10 the next day. NJ.com named Freeze the Top Forecaster in New York for 2017. Freeze visited more than 10,000 area classrooms each year during her stay in Chicago, presenting weather lectures on tornadoes and other extreme weather. For the Chicago White Sox, Chicago Cubs, and Chicago Wolves Hockey teams she has sponsored the first-ever Weather Education Days in Baseball, Main League. Freeze worked for the Colorado Rapids, LA Galaxy, and Chicago Fire as the first female sideline reporter in Major League Soccer. She also spent four seasons on the sidelines for the NFL’s Chicago Bears.
Amy is actively active on Instagram, where she has 86.2K followers, 3,473 followings, and 6,265 posts under the moniker @amyfreeze. She has 133.8K followers and 30.3K followings on Twitter, where she has been active since November 2011.
Amy Freeze Biography
|Amy Elizabeth Freeze
|19 June 1974
|Age (as of 2021)
|Utah, United States
|in feet inches – 5’ 6” – in Centimeters – 168 cm
|in Kilograms – 66 kg – in Pounds – 146 lbs
|Jeffersonville High School
|Brigham Young University, Mississippi State University, University of Pennsylvania
|Jared Arbuckle, Kate Arbuckle, Tyler Arbuckle, William Arbuckle
Amy Freeze and Gary Arbuckle were married for a while but divorced in 2016. Her four children, Jared Arbuckle, Kate Arbuckle, Tyler Arbuckle, and William Arbuckle, now lives with her in Manhattan. She is a wonderful, hardworking mother.
Amy Freeze Net Worth
She has acquired a net worth of $2.5 million, which she has amassed exclusively via her job as a professional television meteorologist and her dedication to it. Every day, she strives to be a better person.
- Amy was the first female Chief Meteorologist at Fox-owned and operated station WFLD in Chicago, where she worked from 2007 to 2011.
- Amy is a trained scuba diver as well as a surfer.
- Freeze has climbed to the top of Mount Snowdon in Wales, Mount Fuji’s seven summits, and Mount Timpanogos’ summit.
- She has won five Emmy Awards from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.