Mark Ronchetti Biography
Mark Ronchetti has been the Chief Meteorologist for KRQE news 13 and FOX New Mexico since 2006. His family had the news every night at the kitchen table and that’s where he first developed an appreciation for news and more specifically weather. Mark is still an avid skier and hiker.
He has long been fascinated by snow and mountains. Mark often hops in his truck when a snowstorm moves in and heads to the northern mountains just to watch the storm. The only thing that occupies Mark’s thoughts more than New Mexico weather is the Dallas Cowboys. Mark firmly believes he can influence the outcome of Cowboy games from his couch.
Mark went to college at Washington State University and has a seal of approval from the American Meteorological Society. In addition to New Mexico, his broadcasting career has included stops in Colorado and Oregon. Mark spends every moment he can with his wife Krysty and two daughters Ava and Ella. He also has two dogs, Siberian huskies Maverick and Scout.
Mark Ronchetti Age
Ronchetti was born on October 7, 1973. He is 46 years old and apparently, he grew up in Shelburne, Vermont skiing and climbing mountains.
Mark Ronchetti Wife
KRQE chief meteorologist is happily married to Krysty Ronchetti whom he met at their first job after college. They were working as news reporters at KJCT in Grand Junction, Colorado. The two enjoy every moment they can with there two daughters Ava and Ella. He also has two dogs, Siberian huskies Maverick and Scout.
How Old Is Mark Ronchetti Wife?
Krysty’s age is not yet disclosed to the public.
Mark Ronchetti Education
Mark attended college at Washington State University and has a seal of approval from the American Meteorological Society.
Mark Ronchetti House In Angel Fire | Mark Ronchetti New House
In September 2018, it was announced that Ronchetti would attempt to build the highest elevation house in New Mexico, at Angel Fire Resort. He would have a new series with weekly episodes focusing on challenges that were facing as they made an attempt to build in an “extreme weather environment.”
In the first episode of the series, Ronchetti convinces his wife, Krysty, and brother, Andy, of his plan to build a dream mountain house. In the second episode, he aired over the weekend, is all about finding the right piece of land to develop.
After he examined a few other lots in the area, what draws Ronchetti to this lot is the uniqueness of the lot located near the summit of Angel Fire Resort. It sits at 10,600ft, about 2000ft above the Moreno Valley.
It would provide stunning views of the tallest mountain in New Mexico, Wheeler Peak, to the West and well into Colorado looking North.