Molly Rosenblatt is a well-known American weather forecaster in one of the American local television channels. She has mined her trade in the news media industry as a weather forecaster, traffic reporter, and presenter for several television channels across the American states. She has appeared in a couple of films – a short drama titled The Last Day of Joseph Goebbels (2009) and The Mechanic (2011) an action thriller film.
Her passion for weather reporting began way back in her college days and upon her graduation, Molly Rosenblatt began building a successful career in the news media industry working for notable media outfits such as WOFL-TV, Fox 35 station, and WCCO-TV, a CBS-affiliated television network. Interestingly despite the fame, Molly Rosenblatt had enjoyed over the years on the screen as a television personality, she suddenly in the later days of 2018 disappeared from the screens. Here is what happened to her, and more.
Molly Rosenblatt’s Bio
Molly Rosenblatt was born in Minnesota, the USA on February 21, 1989, same place she was brought up. Her father’s name is Morris Rosenblatt and her mother’s name is Sadie Rosenblatt.
She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota where she got her B.A in Broadcast Journalism. After that, she enrolled at Mississippi State University in 2008 obtaining her certificate as a Meteorologist in 2011.
During her stay as a student of Minnesota, Molly Rosenblatt was opportune to do her internship at a television station in Minnesota. Her debut appearance after her graduation was at KRTV, a CBS affiliate station, located in Great Falls, Montana. While there, she worked in the capacity of weekend weather reporter giving timely weather updates and reports as at when due. The meteorologist spent about fifteen months with them, from April 2006 to June 2008.
Upon her exit, she joined WGNO, an ABC-affiliated TV network stationed in New Orleans, Louisiana. She worked tirelessly covering a number of natural disasters such as hurricanes, cyclones, and landslides among many others as the station forecaster and weather reporter for a period of four years between July 2009 and October 2013.
The journalist’s next move took her to Florida where she was hired by WOFL-TV, a television channel owned and managed by FOX News. She was the main/chief reporter for weather conditions as well as the traffic reporter. She stayed there for about two years, through October 2013 till November 2015.
Molly Rosenblatt later joined WCCO-TV, a CBS-affiliated television network that is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She worked as their weekend weather forecaster and weather reporter until her sudden disappearance from the screen sometime in July 2018 with no notice to her fans or the general public.
Molly Rosenblatt is not only a talented news traffic anchor, and journalist but she owns a green environment program franchise which airs on a weekly base, it is called the It’s Easy Being Green.
How Much Is Molly Rosenblatt’s Net Worth?
No doubt with a well-loaded resume Molly Rosenblatt has not only showcased hard work, talent but has amassed a sizeable fortune for herself in the course of her career on the television. Her net worth has been pegged at about $1.5 million.
Who Is Her Husband?
This famed 5 ft 4 inches tall weather lady is already taken. She is married to Herman Geller. This duo seems to share something in common such as keeping their private lives very well hidden from the glaring eyes of the public. She has not divulged much about him despite the fact that she frequently posts photos of themselves on Instagram.
What Happened To Molly Rosenblatt?
The broadcaster’s exploits were rather suddenly brought to an end in July 2018 when he suddenly disappeared from television screen without a prior announcement or statement. It is not clear if Molly Rosenblatt was relieved of her duties as a weekend weather forecaster and traffic reporter or her contract expired. Her vanishing from the screens has left many of her fans and the public with lots of questions than answers as both her and the television station has been mute about the situation.
Interestingly her LinkedIn status indicates that she could be interested in exploring other aspects of the entertainment industry. Perhaps she has focused more on personal projects. Despite her disaapearance from the TV, she frequently updates her followers on Instagram with photos of her vacation trips most of which she can be found surfing and practicing yoga.