Who Is Meteorologist Derek Brockway Wife? His Married Life, Family, Net Worth Details

Who Is Derek Brockway?

Derek is a Welsh meteorologist and joined the BBC in October 2016 after working for the Met Office for 30 years.

Brockway is based in Cardiff, Wales, and broadcasts weather forecasts on radio, television, and the internet.Β 

In addition to appearing on other shows, he enjoys walking and is learning Welsh. Is he married and has a family?Β 

Derek Brockway Wife Mrs. Brockway’s details are challenging to find on the internet. The weatherman is very precise in keeping his personal life away from social media and news.

Who Is Derek Brockway’s Wife?

Meteorologist Derek Brockway wife, Mrs. Brockway’s details are difficult to comprehend on the internet. However, he seems to be enjoying the tracks with Gwenno Dafydd, the ‘Welshiest woman in Wales.’

Brockway is very indulged in promoting the local areas of Welsh and is often seen touring, helping people and animals.Β 

According to his Facebook profile, Derek said, “Thank god she knew about the missing dogs and contacted the police who notified us to go and identify her. Myself, dad, and Sarah can’t thank the lovely couple enough.”

Brockway attended Holton Road Primary School in Barry, where he was born.

As a child, he became interested in weather during the long, hot summer of 1976.

Subsequently, Derek attended Barry Boys Comprehensive, where he studied mathematics, physics, and geology for A-Levels.

He joined the Civil Service after finishing school, and his first brief job was as a clerical assistant for the DSS.

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Derek Brockway Net Worth

BBC Weather Man Derek Brockway net worth is estimated at $2.5 million in 2022. Derek is believed to earn a salary of less than Β£150,000 per annum.

He earned his forecasting license in 1995 and was assigned to Birmingham Weather Centre.

Derek broadcasted on several BBC Radio stations throughout the English Midlands.

Brockway moved to London in December 1995, where he worked with fellow forecasters Martyn Davies and John Hammond at The London Studios on South Bank.

He joined the Met Office as an observer, based primarily at Cardiff Weather Centre at Cardiff Airport and Birmingham Airport.

Brockway also worked closely with the Royal Air Force for eight months in the Falkland Islands in 1993/4.

Brockway appeared on The Big Welsh Challenge, a show in which Welsh celebrities are challenged to learn the language.

He read the weather headlines and was interviewed by the exam board’s regular interviewers in the WJEC Higher tier Welsh Second Language Listening and Responding exam on June 22, 2010.

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