from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. skilful in forecasting the changes of the weather
- adv. With respect to the weather.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Skillful in forecasting the changes of the weather.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Skilful in prognosticating the changes of the weather.
Bozo The Neoclown says: last weekend which was the first nice weekend weatherwise in boston drew five thousand people to the common for a sunday afternoon stroll.
Coming from Detroit rather than New Orleans might make Mérida a bit of a shock weatherwise.
That's the story through tomorrow as we await the chance of a little light snow to close out an otherwise pedestrian week weatherwise.
Finally, we have a fairly "normal" Monday weatherwise.
Stay tuned for Part II of my look-back at how the year 2076 unfolded, both weatherwise and otherwise.
By the calendar, fall arrived on schedule this year, but weatherwise it remained quite warm throughout the month.
This is a continuation of my futuristic journey into how the year 2076 unfolded, both weatherwise and otherwise--in retrospect from the year 2077.
One of his most famous weather quotes: "Some people are weatherwise, but most people are otherwise" has been the signature slogan used on the masthead of Weatherwise magazine for over 60 years.
(The real quote is actually "Some are weatherwise, some are otherwise.")
Tomorrow Friday: Christmas Eve presents few challenges weatherwise for travelers and last minute shoppers.
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