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weatherman

a person who forecasts the weather, esp one who works in a meteorological office
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I do not think that I would want Mr Barlow to be the next weather man, he sounds too miserable and very straight laced.
STV weather man Sean Batty warned: "This storm brings a real risk of very disruptive and potentially dangerous conditions."
CONDITIONS were dry and warm for a TV weather man who visited children at a Norton Primary School.
But with the weather man promising better weather on Saturday that should help clear roads and free all villages in the next few days.
The weather man dictates enough of what we wear...let him be the only
The country's best-known weather man also believes the impending departure of his station's director of programming Ben Frow will be a big loss.
The retailer began running a series of television commercials this summer that feature Dave Devall, an 81-year-old retired TV weather man in Toronto, talking about such subjects as the availability of medication reviews at SDM stores.
BBC weather man Derek Brockway tweeted on the social networking site Twitter that "snow and sleet due for North Wales".
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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.
The Weather Man BBC1 Wales, Thursday, 11.35pm A popular Chicago TV weatherman's (Nic Cage, left) future looks bright when he is invited to audition for a national morning chat show and relocate to New York.

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