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weatherman

a person who forecasts the weather, esp one who works in a meteorological office
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Weather man Paul Stevens rubbished the claim yesterday but said the storms may well enter the Gulf Stream and head north.
Pupils at The Glebe Primary School in Pulford Road welcomed BBC weather man Paul Mooney to the school on Tuesday morning.
But when he learned that the station was looking for a weather man to do something a "little bit different", he became interested.
BBC weather man Derek Brockway tweeted on the social networking site Twitter that "snow and sleet due for North Wales".
I told you I was under the weather" Michael Fish, former TV weather man, on his preferred epitaph "Can we have a referendum to end referendums?
The weather man said people travelling in the foggy condition must first check the latest weather forecast.
Ken P Man can't beat weather Man puts a rover on Mars but Southwell all-weather is abandoned.
To those who yearn for what the weather man calls "a wintery mix": warm greetings from the north
Last time we did so, Weather Man predicted rains and winds.
Nicolas Cage and Michael Caine head an impressive cast in this tale of a weather man forced to choose between staying in Chicago with his family or pursuing glory in New York.
BBC radio weather man Philip Eden said: "After 15 years of moderate winters, Britain has been ill-prepared.
Paramount hadn't yet launched its TV campaign, but it had one-sheets in theaters and had been running trailers and extensive Internet ads on "The Weather Man," a character-driven drama-comedy in which Cage plays a successful weathercaster whose personal life unravels.