meteorologist : Definition, Usages, News and More

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mee tee uh ro luh jist

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

  • Researchers led by James Elsner, a meteorologist at Florida State University, analyzed satellite-derived data of tropical storms since 1981 and found that the maximum wind speeds .
  • Says NCAR meteorologist Greg Holland: "These are not small changes.
  • Jerome Namias, a meteorologist at California's Scripps Institution of Oceanography, had made a similar forecast.
News & Articles


  • Bud Selig in The News Journal
    As an amateur meteorologist, let me assure you that you can get warmer weather as the fall goes on,Selig said. "Look, it's warming this weekend. If the World Series was played next week, we would have been better off."
  • Bill Belichick in USA Today (blog)
    There's so much stuff out there that is so inaccurate that it's comical,Belichick said. "Who's been wrong more than Casserly? His percentage is like a meteorologist. ...... He has no relationship with this team, less than zero. At least he...
  • Benoit Mandelbrot in The Market Oracle
    23 Mandelbrot adds, "The most famous example of chaos was proposed by meteorologist Edward Lorenz in 1972: [with the question] can the flap of a butterfly's wings in Brazil set off a tornado in Texas?"

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