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When you tell someone you’re a meteorologist, the first thing you’re likely to hear is, “Really? What channel are you on?” followed by, “I sure wish I could find a job where I was wrong 50% of the time and still got paid.” These are musings we weather professionals are used to, and as someone who really enjoys engaging the public, they don’t bother me. In fact, I use them to better inform people on what meteorologists really do, and how our forecasts are actually right most of the time. The truth is, the world of meteorology careers is more diverse than people think.

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Scott White gave it a few hours after this checking in at Ollokott last year, but was too sick to continue. This year, he's healthy and ready …