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  • n. Common misspelling of meteorologist.


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  • To call a meterologist an expert is like calling a podiatrist an expert in brain surgery.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • "And since it's going to be pretty cold over the next few days, we could see whatever accumulates sticking around for a few days," said NWS meterologist Daniel Lamb

    3 States Declare Emergency As South Braces For Storm

  • Tournament officials called a news conference to explain the decision-making process, bringing in the official doctor and meterologist to talk about the "Wet Bulb Globe measure" that determines when it's too hot.

    Heat and Serena's game rise in Australian Open quarterfinals

  • Now I'm not a meterologist or anything, but I would estimate that we have had a billion inches of snow -- it was enough to collapse the Metrodome roof, after all.

    Adam Daniels: Duking it Out in the Snow

  • Weather Channel meterologist Guy Walton said rain totals have been as much as 14 inches in parts of the Ohio River Valley southward to Arkansas and the Mississippi and Tennessee valleys, and another 10 to 15 inches of rain could fall over the next two days.

    Floods drive people from homes in Mo.

  • Isn't that the pattern that would be expected (even by the first year meterologist) from the influence of a moderate ENSO event?

    About: Blinded by Science

  • WSJ contributing meterologist Eric Holthaus discusses the impact and breadth of the historic October snowstorm that walloped the Northeast over the weekend.

    Blackouts Vex Northeast After Snow

  • They had tornado hit the south end of the town, meterologist or weather man in TV was saying "I do not know why these tornado sirens are going off, I dont have anything on my computer."

    Polls: Obama extending lead over McCain

  • These polls are like meterologist in the town where I work.

    Polls: Obama extending lead over McCain

  • Last week, CNN meterologist Chad Myers used that unexpected storm to promote his opinion that the world's major research institutions have been wrong about global climate change: "You know, to think that we could affect weather all that much is pretty arrogant," Myers told host Lou Dobbs, explaining that "Mother Nature was too big" to be affected by human activities.

    Deborah Blum: In Defense of Snow, Sort Of


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