Helen Willetts Biography

 Helen Willetts is an English meteorologist for BBC. She is known for appearing on BBC News, BBC World News, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 Live. 

Helen Willetts Age

Willetts was born on February 10th, 1972 in Chester, United Kingdom. She is currently 49 years old as of 2020. Willetts celebrates her birthday on February 10th of every year.

Helen Willetts Height

Willetts is a woman of average stature and shape details concerning her height are unknown. We will update this information once its available.

Helen Willetts Family

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Helen Willetts Husband

Willetts is married to Phillip Boulby the two got married in March 2004. They have children together.

Helen Willetts  Salary

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Helen Willetts Net worth

Willetts has an estimated net worth ranging between $ 1 million – $ 5 million dollars.

Helen Willetts Education

Willetts studied at Ysgol Eirias and later attended the University of Nottingham where he got his first-class honors in Physics in 1993.

Helen Willetts BBC

Willetts joined BBC Weather in 1997 to work for BBC News. She became interested in meteorology while she was still studying A-level Geography at Eirias High School. Willetts joined Met Office in February 1994 where she began a five-month forecaster training course at Met Office College. She later transferred to BBC weather after having completed her training in October 1997. Willetts joined Cardiff weather center in July 1994. She became a weather forecast presenter with BCC TV and radio in Wales in 1995. After two years she moved back to BBC Weather Center London.

Helen Willetts BBC News

BBC News is the British Broadcasting Corporation’s operating business division in charge of collecting and broadcasting news and current affairs. The department is the world’s largest broadcast news organization, producing about 120 hours of radio and television programming each day in addition to online news coverage.