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Warning coordination meteorologists analyze and interpret meteorological data and atmospheric phenomena. They use their observations and inferences to prepare reports and forecasts to be used for various purposes.
You must have a degree in meteorology or atmospheric chemistry or physics to be able to work as a warning coordination meteorologist.
At the interview, your interviewer will want to know if you know that the role entails and why you chose this particular career. They will also want to know what are your strengths and why you think you are the best person for the job. Want to see some more questions that interviewers generally ask prospective warning coordination meteorologists? You can find several listed at mock interviews.