weatherman

[weth-er-man]
noun, plural weathermen.
1.
a person who forecasts and reports the weather; meteorologist.
2.
a weathercaster.

Origin:
1535–45; weather + man1


See -man.
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weatherman (ˈwɛðəˌmæn)
 
n , pl -men
a person who forecasts the weather, esp one who works in a meteorological office

Weatherman (ˈwɛðəˌmæn)
 
n , pl -men
(US) a member of a militant revolutionary group active in the US during the 1970s
 
[C20: name adopted from a line in Bob Dylan's song ``Subterranean Homesick Blues'': "You don't need a weatherman To know which way the wind blows."]

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Example sentences
Aside from the daily weatherman, farmers and travel agents are among many who
  rely on climate normals.
Oh, that's the weatherman that's always talking about seasons.
Problem is that when the weatherman consistently predicts rain and doesn't get
  it, he gets laughed out of the business.
It's appropriate, somehow, that anyone calling himself a skiing weatherman
  might also ski.
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