weathercast

noun
weath·​er·​cast | \ ˈwe-t͟hər-ˌkast How to pronounce weathercast (audio) \

Definition of weathercast

: a weather forecast especially on radio or television

Examples of weathercast in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web If the trend continues this year, there will be more than a thousand stories that touch on climate delivered during local TV weathercasts, up from just 55 such climate stories in 2012. Adam K. Raymond, Daily Intelligencer, "GOP Senators: Climate-Change Education Program Is Propaganda, Not Science," 21 June 2018 If the trend continues this year, there will be more than a thousand stories that touch on climate delivered during local TV weathercasts, up from just 55 such climate stories in 2012. Adam K. Raymond, Daily Intelligencer, "GOP Senators: Climate-Change Education Program Is Propaganda, Not Science," 21 June 2018 If the trend continues this year, there will be more than a thousand stories that touch on climate delivered during local TV weathercasts, up from just 55 such climate stories in 2012. Adam K. Raymond, Daily Intelligencer, "GOP Senators: Climate-Change Education Program Is Propaganda, Not Science," 21 June 2018 If the trend continues this year, there will be more than a thousand stories that touch on climate delivered during local TV weathercasts, up from just 55 such climate stories in 2012. Adam K. Raymond, Daily Intelligencer, "GOP Senators: Climate-Change Education Program Is Propaganda, Not Science," 21 June 2018 If the trend continues this year, there will be more than a thousand stories that touch on climate delivered during local TV weathercasts, up from just 55 such climate stories in 2012. Adam K. Raymond, Daily Intelligencer, "GOP Senators: Climate-Change Education Program Is Propaganda, Not Science," 21 June 2018 If the trend continues this year, there will be more than a thousand stories that touch on climate delivered during local TV weathercasts, up from just 55 such climate stories in 2012. Adam K. Raymond, Daily Intelligencer, "GOP Senators: Climate-Change Education Program Is Propaganda, Not Science," 21 June 2018 If the trend continues this year, there will be more than a thousand stories that touch on climate delivered during local TV weathercasts, up from just 55 such climate stories in 2012. Adam K. Raymond, Daily Intelligencer, "GOP Senators: Climate-Change Education Program Is Propaganda, Not Science," 21 June 2018 If the trend continues this year, there will be more than a thousand stories that touch on climate delivered during local TV weathercasts, up from just 55 such climate stories in 2012. Adam K. Raymond, Daily Intelligencer, "GOP Senators: Climate-Change Education Program Is Propaganda, Not Science," 21 June 2018

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First Known Use of weathercast

1866, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for weathercast

weather entry 1 + (fore)cast entry 2

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The first known use of weathercast was in 1866

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“Weathercast.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/weathercast. Accessed 28 Nov. 2020.

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