|Birth Name:||Cindy Day|
|Birth Place:||Bainsville, Ontario, Canada|
|Date of Birth:||30/07/1967|
|Age:||51 years old|
|Net Worth:||$1.5 million|
|Qualification:||Degree in Meteorology|
On-Camera Meteorologist, Cindy Day’s net worth is the result of her noteworthy contribution in the field of journalism and communication for nearly 30 years. Cindy’s annual income comes from her work as the chief meteorologist in CTV Atlantic’s News at 5, CTV News at 6 and the Late News at 11:30 p.m.
However, after ten years of service on December 11, 2017, Day announced on her Facebook that she was leaving CTV Atlantic. On January 2018, she joined SaltWire Network, in Atlantic Canada as Chief Meteorologist. Cindy Day’s Net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million.
Cindy Day was born on 30th July 1967, in Bainsville, Ontario, Canada. So, this makes her nationality Canadian and ethnicity White. Day spent most of her childhood on a dairy farm in Brownsville, Ontario. Multitalented Cindy is bilingual and has excellent fluency in English and French.
Cindy attended McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. And later, Lakehead University in Ontario, Canada. She earned a degree in meteorology with her first job in Environment Canada, where she briefed pilots at the MacDonald Cartier Airport in Ottawa.
Cindy began her career at CFRA radio based in Ottawa where she was the host of Ottawa AM program.
Then she is known for starting, Weather by Day, her own business in which she provided seasonal forecasts, radio reports and climate data for Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec.
Cindy has worked for CTV Atlantic from September 2007 to December 2017. She appeared on CTV News at 5, CTV News at 6 and the Late News at 11:30 p.m. Her exceptional work made her win a lot of fans and friends.
Coming to her salary and net worth, an average salary of a meteorologist in Canada is around C$58,000 per year according to PayScale. A Meteorologist with experience of greater than 20 years can expect average total annual income worth C$92,000.
So, possibly, Cindy Day’s annual income (including other compensation) with nearly 30 years experience could be around C$95000-100,000.
She lives in Dartmouth but feels home at Maritimes. We can estimate Cindy Day’s net worth to be around $1.5 million, based on her annual salary from her work deducting necessary expenses. She has achieved a lot solely from her career in CTV.
On December 11, 2017, Cindy announced on her Facebook page that she is resigning from her job on CTV Atlantic. She got her farewell from the show on December 22, 2017, Friday before Christmas. CTV Atlantic also made the sad announcement of her departure and the public attention on social media shows how everyone appreciated her work.
The whole team expressed that they were going to miss her badly and wished her sunny and bright days ahead in the news published on CTV Atlantic on December 22, 2017.
According to her co-workers and team in CTV Atlantic, Cindy really knows what happens in the sky. She has spoken to thousands of school students about meteorology and is a strong advocate especially for women in Sciences.
She is a great supporter of good causes and charities and is very generous.
After her farewell, a fan, Diane Morash commented in her facebook status that he heard a rumor of Cindy going to CBC to replace Kalin Mitchell, a meteorologist on CBC Television.
As a reply, Cindy said that she resigned from her job and hadn’t thought yet of what she would be doing. She’s just taking some time to consider options.
Her fans are even commenting that they would stop watching CTV Atlantic and switch to other channels if she wouldn’t be there.
Cindy is also the author of the book, Grandma Says – Weather Lore.
Day is very private about her details but people who know her have great opinions about her. According to Atlantic CTV news, she is a chocoholic, Montreal Canadien’s biggest fan. Day also loves collecting Umbrellas, skiing, golfing, gardening and cooking.
Surprisingly, Day is not married till date and does not have any children. Likewise, she has managed to build a lot of friendly relationships with her co-workers. The tweet below proves that all her colleagues admire and misses her.
— Kelly Linehan (@KellyLinehanCTV) December 19, 2017
Cindy Day was on a break at the end of 2017. Briefly, she got appointed as Chief Meteorologist on SaltWire Network, one of the Canadian largest media platform, that owns 35 daily and weekly newspapers in the Atlantic Canada region.
She announced about joining SaltWire in her Facebook page on January 16, 2018. Saltwire might have paid her well which may increase Cindy Day’s net worth in a substantial amount.
Originally Published January 8, 2017, on Superbhub, Updated on February 8, 2018.
I'm going to miss you guys sooooo much! Thank you for being such wonderful coworkers and amazing friends! https://t.co/uH9CojeAQX— Cindy Day (@CindyDayCTV) December 20, 2017