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  • noun Plural form of meteorologist.

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  • The unforgiving side of Rita, the dirty side is the term meteorologists use, and Sanjay spent a little bit of time with not only the hospitals there, but also with the mayor of the town -- Sanjay.

    CNN Transcript Sep 25, 2005

  • Thus was coined meteorologists' favourite quiz question: "When was the October temperature record set in March?"

    BBC News - Home

  • When I was in China, I was reminded that one of the reasons we have weather records going back hundreds of years is that the Chinese weather people -- what we now call the meteorologists -- have literally been keeping detailed records since the 15th century.

    Remarks By The President At Dccc Dinner

  • A mix of clouds and scattered showers are forecast for Easter Sunday -- but if we are lucky, we could get some sunny breaks, said meteorologists from the National Weather Service in Taunton.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • HeatherRadish: The so called meteorologists all said it would be in the mid to upper ... tinman-tim: For some reason my computer wouldn't run the conversation clip, but I ...

    Badger Blogger

  • There was still a fair amount of residual moisture/flurry activity, enough for a coating of fluff, thus the "dirty" designation meteorologists have way too much free time to think up these dumb terms.

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  • There was still a fair amount of residual moisture/flurry activity, enough for a coating of fluff, thus the "dirty" designation meteorologists have way too much free time to think up these dumb terms.

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  • The day was clear and bright, despite earlier forecasts calling for rain (see what I said yesterday about New England "meteorologists").

    "The morning light shows water in the valley."

  • The unexpected storms surprised city officials and meteorologists as a cold front to the west and north of Louisville warmed throughout the day, said Ryan Sharp, meteorologist with the National Weather Service Louisville.

    Storms damage barns, chapel at Churchill Downs

  • The unexpected storms surprised city officials and meteorologists as a cold front to the west and north of Louisville warmed throughout the day, said Ryan Sharp, meteorologist with the National Weather Service Louisville.

    Storms damage barns, chapel at Churchill Downs

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