What can I say? The name of the website gives me away. I like snow! I chase snow!
I worked professionally in meteorology for 17 years into 2006. Afterward I went off to other pursuits but continued studying independently. Some of that education is incorporated into this website. Although short, my career was diverse. The list below shows some highlights.
Industrial forecasting for construction and shipping
Media broadcasting in primarily television voice-over format
National Weather Service public forecasting and warnings
Upper air balloon (Radiosonde) releases
Case studies of mostly winter storms for personal education and training of other meteorologists
Two coauthored research articles for weather forecasting conferences
Five year contributor of storm damage documentation and tornado classifications to the "Storm Data" publication produced by the NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information
Software development for two local National Weather Service Offices
For my formal education, I have a BS degree in Meteorology. I also have a BS degree in Math with the specific curriculum in computational math. Computational math is an interdisciplinary field that combines math and computer science into one curriculum. I consider it a good compliment to meteorology or any other area of physical science.