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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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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“Weathercast.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/weathercast. Accessed 29 Nov. 2021.

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