weatherman

noun
weath·​er·​man | \ ˈwe-t͟hər-ˌman How to pronounce weatherman (audio) \

Definition of weatherman

: a person who reports and forecasts the weather : meteorologist

Examples of weatherman in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Then, while Murray and Al Roker have a hairball and selfie, the famous weatherman turns into a zombie, prompting Murray to smash him with a folding chair. Derek Lawrence, EW.com, "Inside Bill Murray's Zombieland: Double Tap return — and the Ghostbusters reunion you didn't see," 18 Oct. 2019 Fritz Coleman’s Defying Gravity The comic and local weatherman performs a benefit show. Matt Cooper, Los Angeles Times, "Theater in L.A. this week: ‘Lady Day,’ ‘Little Shop’ and more," 12 Oct. 2019 For victims of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas, where the storm wrought devastation and death, Donald Trump’s relentless tweets as weatherman-in-chief this week were a mere distraction from the hard facts of destruction. Ephrat Livni, Quartz, "Orwell’s fictional Ministry of Truth just became real at the NOAA," 7 Sep. 2019 For 12 years, Ryther worked for the station that would become KARE-TV (Channel 11) with Paul Magers and weatherman Paul Douglas. Mary Ann Grossmann, Twin Cities, "Good reads, good-bye dwindling summer — Ellen Hart’s latest Jane Lawless mystery and a moving memoir," 25 Aug. 2019 Downcast gay weatherman Sean (Matt Bomer) has an on-air meltdown over a romantic separation. Carlos Aguilar, San Diego Union-Tribune, "Review: Unlikely friendship blossoms in ‘Papi Chulo’," 20 June 2019 The 1993 cult classic centers around Phil Connors, a local TV weatherman, who would rather be anywhere but in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania covering the beloved Groundhog Day tradition. Selena Barrientos, House Beautiful, "'Groundhog Day' Fans Will Want to Tour the Piano Teacher's House Currently For Sale," 9 July 2019 Downcast gay weatherman Sean (Matt Bomer) has an on-air meltdown over a romantic separation. Carlos Aguilar, San Diego Union-Tribune, "Review: Unlikely friendship blossoms in ‘Papi Chulo’," 20 June 2019 Sealls, a longtime weatherman at WKRG-TV before leaving last month, is keeping his followers abreast of the storm’s activity with updates on his Facebook page. al.com, "Preparation, cancellations and Alan Sealls on Facebook: How Coastal Alabama is readying for storm," 10 July 2019

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First Known Use of weatherman

1859, in the meaning defined above

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weatherman

noun
How to pronounce weatherman (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of weatherman

: a man who reports and forecasts the weather

weatherman

noun
weath·​er·​man | \ ˈwe-t͟hər-ˌman How to pronounce weatherman (audio) \
plural weathermen\ -​ˌmen \

Kids Definition of weatherman

: a person who reports and forecasts the weather

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