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weatherman

a person who forecasts the weather, esp one who works in a meteorological office
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It was in 1984 that he began working for Granada Reports in the North West and was a regular reporter for them until he became the weatherman for ITV's This Morning in 1988.
The home of the TV weatherman has been raided by police as part of an investigation into historic sexual abuse, sources said.
If you've found the love of a woman, cherish her, appreciate her, enjoy her a and whatever you do, don't tell your wife about it," the weatherman was known to say, according to the paper.
00) with just 9st 12lb and Nina Carberry has been booked to ride so, provided the weatherman gets it right this time, he looks to have a major shout of plundering the lucrative pot.
Viewers can reasonably ask, why was the weatherman in the rugby club in the first place?
The weatherman also advised motorists to be extra careful while driving late in the night and early morning since the conditions are moderately windy.
The popular weatherman, who broadcast a live weather bulletin from the show yesterday, said although the event was off to a bad start, garden enthusiasts could look forward to a bright and sunny weekend.
Turned out Brucey actually meant famous weatherman John Kettley, and not Wolves midfielder Michael Kightly (pictured).
Which BBC weatherman got it wrong about the 1987 storm?
A novel written in the spirit of Orwell's classic 1984, If Frogs Had Wings by Daniel Joseph Farside is the story of an ordinary weatherman befuddled by odd cloud formations colloquially called "chemtrails".
Of course, I should not criticize my uncle, because back in those days, the local weatherman on the radio couldn't do a whole lot better.
Yes, Fred the weatherman, famous for his weather reports from the floating map in the Albert Dock, has returned to the show - although this time he will give his 90-second report with a special guest or member of the public who will be attached to a piece of elastic.