Recent Examples of weatherman from the Web
Deric Hartigan, a weatherman for CNN’s Irish affiliate station TV3, was giving a weekend forecast outdoors live Friday morning and got blown away by the wind.
The 53-year-old actor, who was recently fired from his job as weatherman on Comedy Central’s The Jim Jefferies Show, swung by the five-day performing arts festival in England — snapping pictures with some of the performing musicians.
Pitt, who visited The Jim Jefferies Show in the part of a climate-change-fearing weatherman last week, returned to the Comedy Central show again Tuesday night in his latest role.
The scene opens on the PCH as a car radio weatherman makes his forecast.
Each day begins with the weatherman Phil Connors (Andy Karl) nagged awake by his alarm and grudgingly getting dressed onstage.
In those days, and even today with modern technology, a 3-day forecast was all a good weatherman could produce with any confidence, said Polin.
Then a weatherman at WTVJ-NBC6, Norcross emerged as a local hero thanks to his around-the-clock coverage of the storm.
Another column has a monitor playing a video loop of meteorologists Norcross and former Univision weatherman John Morales (who is now with WTVJ-Ch. 6) explaining the storm’s path and impact to English- and Spanish-speaking viewers.
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First Known Use of weatherman
WEATHERMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of weatherman for English Language Learners
: a man who reports and forecasts the weather
WEATHERMAN Defined for Kids
Definition of weatherman for Students
: a person who reports and forecasts the weather
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