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Princeton's WordNet

  1. meteorologistnoun

    a specialist who studies processes in the earth's atmosphere that cause weather conditions

Wiktionary

  1. meteorologistnoun

    a person who studies meteorology

  2. meteorologistnoun

    a weather forecaster

Samuel Johnson's Dictionary

  1. Meteorologistnoun

    A man skilled in meteors, or studious of them.

    Etymology: from meteorology.

    The meteorologists observe, that amongst the four elements which are the ingredients of all sublunary creatures, there is a notable correspondency. James Howell, Vocal Forest.

Wikipedia

  1. Meteorologist

    A meteorologist is a scientist who studies and works in the field of meteorology aiming to understand or predict Earth's atmospheric phenomena including the weather. Those who study meteorological phenomena are meteorologists in research, while those using mathematical models and knowledge to prepare daily weather forecasts are called weather forecasters or operational meteorologists.Meteorologists work in government agencies, private consulting and research services, industrial enterprises, utilities, radio and television stations, and in education. They are not to be confused with weather presenters, who present the weather forecast in the media and range in training from journalists having just minimal training in meteorology to full fledged meteorologists.

ChatGPT

  1. meteorologist

    A meteorologist is a scientist who studies and analyzes weather conditions and climate patterns. They use advanced technology, computer programs, and mathematical models to forecast weather, track atmospheric changes, and contribute to climate science research. Meteorologists can work in various settings such as weather stations, research institutions, broadcasting companies, and government agencies.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Meteorologistnoun

    a person skilled in meteorology

  2. Etymology: [Cf. F. mtorologiste.]

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of meteorologist in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of meteorologist in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of meteorologist in a Sentence

  1. Steve Bowen:

    Steve Bowen, director and meteorologist at Aons impact forecasting team, said in a news release. WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS OF 2019 : HERE ARE THE BIGGEST MOMENTS, FROM POLAR VORTEX TO HURRICANE DORIAN The area that was worst hit in the last decade was the Asia-Pacific region, which accounted for 44 percent of the total amount of economic losses, according to the report. In 2019 one of the greatest disasters was when Typhoon Hagibis struck Japan in October, causing 99 deaths and $ 15 billion in economic losses. ( National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Satellites - Public Affairs) In 2019, one of the greatest disasters was when Typhoon Hagibis struck Japan in October, causing 99 deaths and $ 15 billion in economic losses. In its report, Aon said intense weather events, bigger populations in the path of disasters and greater supply chain disruption in a globalized economy contributed to the sharp rise in overall economic damage. The runway at Offutt Air Force Base can be seen covered by floodwaters from the Missouri River during flooding in 2019. ( 55th Wing Commander/Facebook) The costliest individual disaster in 2019 was inland flooding, which created losses of $ 82 billion, while tropical cyclones caused economic losses globally around $ 68 billion. In the U.S., floodingspawned by the bomb cyclonein the Midwest caused economic losses of over $ 20 billion, the report noted. 10 DEADLIEST US TORNADOES ON RECORD According to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 2019 was the second-hottest year in the agencys 140-year climate record, just behind 2016. The agency also noted that the worlds five warmest years have all occurred since 2015, with nine of the 10 warmest years occurring since 2005. Scientific research indicates that climate change will continue to affect all types of weather phenomena and subsequently impact increasingly urbanized areas.

  2. Ian Oliver:

    Everybody is a meteorologist, it allows us time kind of just to geek out, we can track the weather, and we have an open-ended platform. We can decide what's important, what's breaking weather, what's impactful, weather across the country and then we can really dive into it.

  3. Nick Kosir:

    We’ll just be right there in your pocket, it’s always good to have a meteorologist break down the weather forecast. Every single app can be accurate when you talk about current temperatures, but where the discrepancy comes from is long-range forecasts. You can’t necessarily rely on other apps for accurate, long-range forecasts. You need that human interpretation and we’re going to be there 24/7 to give you that human interpretation.

  4. Andrew Tyndall:

    If Ginger Zee reported in the role of climatologist rather than meteorologist, I would praise ABC's 'World News Tonight's' decision as a daring intervention into a crucial national and global debate, instead, she is more like a pornographer.

  5. Nick Kosir:

    It’s not appointment television … We’ll just be right there in your pocket, on your phone. It’s always good to have a meteorologist break down the weather forecast. Every single app can be accurate when you talk about current temperatures but where the discrepancy comes from is long-range forecasts, you can't necessarily rely on other apps for very accurate, long-range forecasts, but you know you need that human interpretation and we're going to be there 24/7 to give you that human interpretation.

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