Re: Pros and cons - being a meteorologist

> > Well, you could pick interior design and applied math or physics. Then
> > jump to grad school and pick up a meteorlogy degree if you
> > choose. Meteorology has lots of math and lots of physics, in addition
> > to weather and climate. The better your background in both, the easier
> > it will be once you do hit college.

I'll have a good background in both by then, that's part of the reason I
can't choose between them easily. I'm starting an interior design club and
joining the meteorology club, and the high school in my town offers really
good courses.