Today’s interview is with Meteorologist Sean Sublette! With all of the hurricanes, wildfires, polar vortexes happening across the US, I thought it’d be interesting to bring on a Meteorologist to talk about what a day in their life is like!
Sean shares: what it was like to work as a local network meteorologist and how those days different than the work he does now at Climate Central, his thoughts on climate change and how we can do small, incremental things to have a positive impact on our environment, what exactly is a polar vortex and how it actually plays into climate change, the margin of error in his job and how he handles criticism and so much more!
Excited for you to tune in and hope you enjoy!
Day in the Life of a Meteorologist | Sean Sublette
In today’s episode, you’ll find out:
- What it’s like to work as a local network meteorologist.
- Sean’s thoughts on climate change and how it’s related to polar vortexes.
- What a polar vortex actually is and what causes it.
- Incremental changes you can make in your life to have a positive impact on our environment.
- What he struggles with the most in his career.
- Misconceptions people have about meteorologists.
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