Cody Matz, a meteorologist at Fox 9 in Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota, is a fun and easy-going guy. Matz describes himself as a Minnesota native, snow lover, Crossfit addict, pun appreciator, and laugher of stupid humor.

The meteorologist is very passionate about his job and makes it a priority to inform people about the weather forecast and climate updates even outside of his job via his social media.

But while Matz likes to share about the weather and climate, there's one thing he is quite private about — his married life. Back in November 2019, the Fox 9 meteorologist got married to his boyfriend, Jeff Sachs.

Married his Boyfriend in a Private Setting

It’s not known from when Matz began dating Jeff Sachs. But the Fox 9 meteorologist started posting pictures of his boyfriend on his Instagram in early 2016. 

Their first picture together — posted on 2016's Valentine's Day — features Matz and Sachs watching the American musical drama film, Newsies.

From then on, the lovebirds went to various events and places. They visited the Minnehaha Falls in September 2016 and Poás Volcano in April 2017 with their family. They even attended a St. Louis Cardinals game in Busch Stadium in April 2019.

Finally, in November 2019, Matz tied the wedding knots with his long-time partner at Tower Grove Park and held the reception in Lumen St. Louis, a private event space in Locust street, St. Louis.

But he didn't share any glimpses of the special day. It was his friends and the LGBTQ+ wedding planner, Equally Wed, that shared their wedding pictures. 

Matz and his partner wore the same blue-colored tuxedos with maroon bow ties for their wedding.

Who is Cody Matz's Husband, Jeff?

Matz's husband, Jeff Sachs, is a medical doctor.

The St. Louis native studied Biology at Truman State University in 2011 and graduated from Saint Louis University School of Medicine in May 2016. He completed his residency graduation in June 2019. 

As for his professional endeavors, Sachs worked as a research associate at Sanford Research in·Sioux Falls, South Dakota, from November 2011 to July 2012.

He joined the United Family Medicine as a resident physician in July 2016 and continued the job until 2019. Thereon, he started working as a family medicine physician for Allina Health on September 30, 2019.