Preston Cedergren 8th Hour
How to succeed
Good classes to take in high school are: Calculus, Geology, Physics, Public Speaking, Statistics and Probability, and Trigonometry/Advanced Algebra.
As far as college, You would need a bachelors degree and maybe a masters degree.
Cost of Education
Associations for This Career
American Meoteorolgy Society
Pros and Cons
1)Decent paying later in the career.
2)Don't work extremely long hours.
3)If you do an internship in between your bachelors and masters you automatically receive a job at some weather stations.
1)Some shifts are at night or inconvenient times.
2)Some weather stations are located in very isolated areas.