a summary of weather conditions, often including predicted conditions, for an area.
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How to use weather report in a sentence
As more unusual weather reports popped up over the years, researcher Yuping Guan was inspired to examine how seasonal cycles were changing.Every season except summer is getting shorter, a sign of trouble for people and the environment | Kasha Patel | September 22, 2021 | Washington Post
Thanks to youthful bravado, failure to read the weather report, or inappropriate optimism, I spent more than a few nights of my early twenties sleeping under the stars with only a metallic plastic sheet between me and the elements.
Review the clothes people are wearing in the video and check them against weather reports from that day.
With winter’s barometric roller coaster coming to a screeching halt, there will no longer be storms to chase and no further need to obsess over weather reports.Can We Please Stop Calling Them “Asian Fit” Goggles? | Benny Chen | February 22, 2021 | Outside Online
People can now use their voices to change channels, in addition to do things like display weather reports on their TV screens.Google’s new Chromecast tries to make TV viewing more intelligent. Here’s how | jonathanvanian2015 | September 30, 2020 | Fortune
Rosemary switched on the dot-dot-dot of the directive radio to tune in on her home station and ask for a weather report.Gypsy Flight | Roy J. Snell
Beneath this rack a sextant hung; and at one side the daily government weather-report was affixed to a white-painted board.Cursed | George Allan England
His reliance on the weather report was not misplaced, since the storm came with full force at noon.General Science | Bertha M. Clark
Through the gray dawn the farmer looks up to the skies for his weather report for the day.Sergeant York And His People | Sam Cowan
weather report, probably, except that the announcer was making it sound like a declaration of war or a "sincere" commercial.Call Him Savage | John Pollard