I'm curious about the fields of meteorology that a computer science graduate can work in. I went through the college of engineering at my university for my computer science degree. After taking a course in meteorology during my senior year during summer semester, I was hooked! I managed to get a 107% in the course from enjoying that extra credit assignments. I did take quite a bit of math (minus Differential Equations) and I took one physics course which covered kinematics, fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, and some general relativity. I didn't take the next level of physics (E&M, Quantum, etc) and instead took the meteorology course. I was wondering what options do I have to work in meteorology as a computer science graduate and where can I start as far working towards any opportunities (if any exist)?