weathercaster

weath·er·cast

 (wĕth′ər-kăst′)
n.
A broadcast of weather conditions.


weath′er·cast′er n.
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weathercaster

(ˈwɛðəˌkɑːstə)
n
(Broadcasting) a person who broadcasts expected weather conditions
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