It takes a lot of math to make it but if you are determined enough and ok with being confined to an office day by day then go for it. I studied meteorology for two years in college when the math started to kill me. I made it to Calculus 2 before dropping out completely. I could have gone on and probably could have mastered the math if I hadn't come to the conclusion that I didn't want to be stuck in an office all day. I am an outdoors type...needing to move around. Thus I kept the storm chasing as a hobby and took a blue collar job
Thanks ^^ My wife is the photographer while I try and get is into the best position to capture said photos. Of course I also spend most of the mornings trying to get an idea of where we will set up. Let me give you a tip though...when you get into meteorology just remember that Synoptic Meteorology is your friend for forecasting severe storms. Mesoscale Meteorology is thunderstorms themselves and similar small scale weather changes. However you can't get the Mesoscale features usually without Synoptic....aka....things like Low Pressure Systems with associated cold fronts.