Sue Serio Bio, Age, Wiki, Family, Husband, Net Worth

Sue Serio Biography

Sue Serio is known as a weather expert and also co-anchor for the FOX 29 Morning Show in Philadelphia. Likewise, she has been an ever-present face on Fox news’ Morning show as a Weather Expert/Anchor for over 20 years.

How Old is Sue Serio? – Age

Born on August 16, 1960 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States, Sue is a vibrant 62-year-old weather expert.

How Tall is Sue Serio? – Height

The American weather anchor and news personality, stands at an average stature of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.72 m).

Sue Serio Mother, Father, Siblings – Family

Serio was born and raised by her parents in Baltimore. However, she has not revealed her family and siblings names in the public.


Sue is recognized as a cum laude graduate of Towson University in Maryland. While receiving her Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication, she began her professional broadcasting career in radio at WMAR-FM in Baltimore. Later, Sue hosted several radio shows: Likewise, WBAL in Baltimore, as midday radio host; WSTW in Wilmington, DE, known as morning show co-host; WMGK in Philadelphia,

Is Sue Serio Married? – Husband

She got married to Bill Vargus, who is a former news anchor for FOX 29, and they are blessed with a daughter named Nia Patricia.

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Sue Serio Salary and Net Worth

Serio is known as a meteorologist and weather anchor for Fox 29, she has an estimated net worth of between $1 million and $5 million.

Sue Serio’s Career

in 1997, she joined the FOX 29 News team as weather anchor for “Good Day Philadelphia.” After a period of two decades, Sue has as well presented forecasts outdoors in everything from blizzards and also thunderstorms to wild winds at the shore. Besides, she often shares the green screen along with local children who win the opportunity to (do the weather with Sue) to benefit local charities in the studio.

Before joining FOX 29, Sue became co-anchor of WAKE-UP, the top-rated morning show on CBS affiliate WIVB-TV, in Buffalo, N.Y., and also she co-anchored the station’s (News at Noon). Before that, she served at WHYY-TV 12 (PBS) in Philadelphia where she became a weather anchor and feature reporter on the evening newscast.

Likewise, a five-time Emmy nominee from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Sue became honored by the Academy in November, 1994, when she earned the Outstanding Individual Achievement Award for weathercaster. She earned the Certificate in Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University in June 1995.


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