Cindy Fitzgibbon was born in Virginia, United States but she is originally from New England. She celebrates her birthday on 5th October every year. However, her birth year is not available. She belongs to American nationality and is of white ethnicity. She spent most of her childhood in Windham, Maine where she completed her school education. Besides, there is not any information about her parents and siblings.
— Cindy Fitzgibbon (@Met_CindyFitz) October 5, 2016
From the early days, she always wanted to be a meteorologist since the sixth class. She joined Lyndon State University in Vermont to study meteorology and got her degree, B.S. in Meteorology.
Cindy Fitzgibbon is a married woman and has two children. However, there is not much information about her husband and children. The couple share two sons as seen on their social networking sitesShe looks happy with her family
Furthermore, there are not any rumors about their divorce and separation. In the same way, not any authentic news is available about her past relationships and affairs. Similarly, she has equally managed her personal and professional life.
Cindy started her career in television from the CBS affiliate in Bismarck, North Dakota. She then worked for WPTZ, affiliated to NBC in Burlington, Vermont as the morning meteorologist. She joined at FOX25 as the weekend meteorologist in 2002. Further, she served Fox for a decade as a morning meteorologist. Additionally, she has reported more than three hundred storms including the deadly tornadoes of June 2011, the devastating ice storm of December 2008, and Tropical Storm Irene in 2011.
Moreover, she has shared the 2003 Associated Press Award for Best Weathercast with Kevin Lemanowicz. Also, she won the regional Emmy award for outstanding achievement in weather broadcasting after being nominated for several times. Currently, she is working for NewsCenter 5’s EyeOpener and Midday Meteorologist.
Cindy Fitzgibbon’s net worth is around $1 million at present. She earns a good amount of salary from her career, as, Meteorologists working in broadcast television makes an average salary of $88,850 per year according to the United States Department of Labor.