Molly Rosenblatt is the experienced meteorologist and anchor, who worked for WCCO-TV. One day she just didn’t appear on the screen, and her fans are still searching for the reason of her silent leaving of the channel.

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Early life and family

Molly Rosenblatt was born on 18 September 1979, in Rochester, New York State USA, so her nationality is American, and her zodiac sign Virgo. Molly’s father is Morris Rosenblatt, a retired infectious disease physician, and her mother is Wendy Rosenblatt, a housewife as of 2019, but she worked as a nurse for more than 35 years – Molly dreamt of becoming a nurse one day too, taking care of her dolls, and pretending to give them injections with a toy syringe. Molly has a younger brother, Kalmon.

When Molly was around five years old, her family moved to Minnesota, settling down in Minneapolis, where she spent her childhood and youth. Even though she was born in New York, she calls Minnesota her home.

Educational background

Molly matriculated from her high school in Minneapolis in 1997, and then enrolled at the University of Minnesota, graduating with a BA in broadcasting in 2001. After that she studied at Mississippi State University, Starkville, obtaining a BA in meteorology in 2005.

Career

Molly felt an interest in broadcasting from her early years, and was “the weather girl” on her high school newscast.

Letting go her childish dream to become a nurse, Molly started working at KRTV in Great Falls Montana, which was the CBS affiliated local channel, taking care of reporting and editing. In less than a year she moved to El Paso, Texas, to join the team of KTSM-TV, the NBC affiliated TV station. After working there for two years, Molly moved to Orlando, Florida in 2008, to hold the position of the chief meteorologist at Fox channel WOFL, then WGNO in Los Angeles, the ABC affiliate channel. Getting back to Minneapolis, Molly accepted the offer from WCCO-TV, the CBS affiliate channel.

Controversial disappearance from WCCO. Where did Molly Rosenblatt leave?

In 2018 she disappeared from the channel, though no official announcement on her leaving was ever made. Her fans wondered what happened to her, and the rumors surfacing around the channel suggested that she had problems with alcohol, to which she allegedly became addicted to in an abusive relationship. However, Molly never confirmed the rumors about her alcohol or drug addiction. Since 2018 Molly hasn’t announced any updates on her new working place, and according to her Instagram account she remains unemployed, as she only shares the photos of her enjoying a long vacation from her work.

Personal life, partner Aaron Doering

Since 2015, Molly is in relationship with Aaron Doering, who is a professor in learning technologies working in the University of Minnesota. He is also the director of the Learning Technologies Media Lab, working at the base of the University of Minnesota, designing and researching new technology-enhanced methodologies for education transformation. Aaron is busy with his new project “The Changing Earth”, a documentary story on his exploration of various locations, such as the Arctic, Chukotka, Greenland. Aaron also develops various learning programs, among them AgCultures (which is supposed to inspire people to choose to work in the sphere of agriculture), Raptor Lab (programs focused on scientific investigation), Earthducation (centered on learning about environment and pollution issues), etc.

Aaron Doering

Some of his projects, such as North of Sixty° and GeoThentic, are supported by the National Geographic Society and the National Science Foundation.

Hobbies, favorite things and interesting facts

Molly has always been keen on sports, as her parents often took her skiing with them from her early years. She is a big fan of wakeboard, and shares a lot of videos of her wakeboarding on her Instagram account. It looks like it’s one of her favorite sports. She is also a big fan of Nordic skiing, and likes taking her father with her to her favorite Theodore Wirth Park to spend a couple of hours enjoying the snowy weather and walking on skis. She also does a lot of kayaking, skateboarding and cycling. She likes swimming even when the water is very cold in the river.

She enjoys cooking with her mother. She enjoys visiting such events as Minnesota State Fair, eating fried corn. Molly loves travelling, and often takes her mother with her on her trips to France, Italy, Spain and other countries of her choice. With her friend Molly she has recently practiced shooting, and did very well. Molly has been practicing yoga for more than a decade now, but makes her followers laugh a lot sharing a video of her showing-off, trying to stand on her head on the surfing board and eventually losing balance and falling into the water. Molly has three Chihuahuas she treats like her babies, even walking with them with a stroller. She also likes baseball.

Posted by Molly Rosenblatt on Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Social media presence

Molly’s fans tried searching for any updates on her social media accounts, to understand what exactly made her leave WCCO-TV, however, right after her quitting the channel she stopped posting on Twitter in November 2018, only updating her Instagram with occasional personal photos, not giving any hint on her actual working place.

Appearance, clothing style

Molly has middle-length blonde hair and grey eyes. She is 5ft 3ins (1.61m) tall and weighs around 105lbs (48kgs); her vital statistics are 33-24-34. She does a lot of yoga which helps her to keep fit. Molly has several tattoos on her body, one of them is in Arabic and is located on her right foot, another one is on her left ribs, and says: ‘May all beings everywhere be happy and free’.

As to her clothing style, she mostly likes wearing feminine dresses of red and fuchsia shades.

Net worth and salary

As of late 2019, Molly remains unemployed, or is withholding any information on her new working place. However, it is known that her current net worth is still stable, and is estimated to be around $2 million. Working for WCCO-TV, she was reported to earn up to $182,000 per year, holding the position of the chief meteorologist, anchor and reporter.

Author

Benjy is currently a reporter for BiographyPedia based in Adelaide, Australia. Prior to joining BiographyPedia in July 2019, he was a Bizarre TV reporter and theatre critic at TheSun. Benjy has also written for DailyMail and TMZ. Benjy studied journalism at Goldsmiths University of London, graduating in 2009. You can contact him at [email protected]

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