One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
See weather forecast
- ‘A weather forecaster uses a three-dimensional map of the atmosphere, and calculates the temperature at which air will start to rise.’
- ‘In the background, a radio fizzed and the plummy tones of a weather forecaster announced: ‘There are warnings of heavy snow, prolonged rain and hazardous conditions right across the country in the next 24 hours.’’
- ‘A weather forecaster said the province should brace itself for more heavy downpours in some areas, as well as cold and wet conditions with moderate rains in other areas.’
- ‘Each weather forecaster seems to revel in it being the wettest October since whenever, or stressing how the temperatures are unusually high for this time of year and so on.’
- ‘She was I think the first women weather forecaster on BBC Television, and her heyday was in the early 1970s.’
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