Definition of weatherman in US English:

weatherman

noun

  • A man who broadcasts a description and forecast of weather conditions.

    • ‘Maximum temperatures today were due to reach seven degrees Celsius and weathermen forecast bright spells for tomorrow.’
    • ‘Manchester suffered the wettest August for almost 50 years - but weathermen say conditions will improve in September.’
    • ‘With weathermen forecasting a mix of sun and showers this weekend, he says it will be difficult to predict where the black spots will be.’
    • ‘The major wants to fine the city-funded weathermen when their forecasts turn out to be wrong.’
    • ‘Tonight all the radio weathermen warned of rain, so I took him out right after supper.’
    • ‘But the region's weathermen say predictions of impending blizzard conditions are wide of the mark.’
    • ‘It was clear, despite the weatherman's forecast for snow that night.’
    • ‘A menacingly black sky loomed upon the horizon - the weatherman had forecast a storm.’
    • ‘Baffling the meteorologists and weathermen and upsetting the rhythm of life of millions, the Monsoon failed last year despite the predictions of good rain.’
    • ‘The sun is beating down, but where are the local television reporters frying eggs on the pavement, announcing that ‘the weathermen say there's more good weather to come’.’
    • ‘The big freeze will finally come to an end this weekend as warmer weather sweeps the country, weathermen said last night.’
    • ‘The weathermen are predicting a break in the weather after tomorrow.’
    • ‘The weatherman is forecasting top temperatures of 25°C this weekend.’
    • ‘Just keep the drinks coming and leave the forecasts to the weatherman.’
    • ‘Don't put away the wellies and the woollies - the weatherman is predicting cold and wet conditions for the Eastern Cape today.’
    • ‘The weatherman has predicted mild conditions for today, and sunny weather later this weekend and on Monday.’
    • ‘The meteorological office and weathermen may or may not agree, but summers have become warmer over the past three to four decades.’
    • ‘The heatwave is expected to continue into the week, according to weathermen, although the hot weather will be concentrated in the South of England while it will be fresher in the North.’
    • ‘Gales were forecast for tonight but he never believed the weathermen.’
    • ‘She unloaded the groceries while telling us what the radio weatherman had said about the storm.’
    • ‘Early last week the weatherman was warning us of very cold weather to come.’

Pronunciation

weatherman

/ˈweT͟Hərˌman//ˈwɛðərˌmæn/