What Do You Call a Person Who Studies Weather?

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A person who studies the weather is known as a meteorologist. In particular, they study the causes of specific weather conditions and gather information from the earth, sea and the upper atmosphere. The information that is gathered by meteorologists is used by transport services, sea fishing industries and farmers.
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