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weatherman

a person who forecasts the weather, esp one who works in a meteorological office
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Apparently, Christopher Dean flicked on the TV, saw me wobbling across an ice rink for a weather report and said, 'The GMTV weather girl can skate forwards, we can work with that.
The bulk of stereotypical weather girl behaviors that still define present-day American female weathercasters have an origin in the "gimmicky" periods of weather broadcasting history, such as the 1950s and 1970s, periods in which overtly theatrical antics were implemented into broadcast journalism, due to a struggling American economy and increasing pressure on each station to gain more viewership and increase ratings to avoid going under (Henson 2010).
UKPRwire, Thu Oct 20 2011] Debenhams has revealed new research which reveals that BBC weather girl Carol Kirkwood is having a major effect upon the shopping habits of the nation, new research has revealed.
London, Dec 16 (ANI): A television weather girl has been suspended after police claimed the lady brewed the whole rape story.
TV weather girl Philippa Tomson traded her old togs to raise cash for charity.
The weather girl is cheerful and smiling As she tells us it's rain yet again The UK will be wet the whole of next week But the neighbours don't care, they're off to Spain.
Welsh weather girl Sian Lloyd made no secret in the jungle of the fact she swears by beauty bag staple, Elizabeth Arden's eight-hour cream, at pounds 20.
It was like a wet suit, easy to get into and not so easy to get out of" TV weather girl Sian Lloyd describing her former relationship with Liberal Democrat MP Lembit Opik.
Exactly one year ago, I wrote that Welsh Liberal Democrat MP Lembit Opik was clearly mad to dump gorgeous weather girl Sian Lloyd.
Dear Editor, Was it entertainment or news to report that Lembit Opik has swapped a weather girl for a Cheeky Girl?
WHAT am I to make of a society that devotes reams of newsprint to the antics of a ineffectual MP with a weather girl and a cheeky miss?
And if he is more interested in an ex-TV weather girl than England's World Cup hopes, then we forecast storms ahead.