See also: weatherwise

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Etymology 1Edit

From weather + wise ‎(having wisdom)

AdjectiveEdit

weather-wise ‎(comparative more weather-wise, superlative most weather-wise)

  1. Skilled in predicting changes in the weather.
  2. Skilled in predicting changes in conditions, such as of public opinion.

Etymology 2Edit

From weather + wise ‎(way, manner)

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AdverbEdit

weather-wise ‎(comparative more weather-wise, superlative most weather-wise)

  1. (domain) With respect to weather.
    • 2000, Wayne Johnston, Baltimore's Mansion: A Memoir‎:
      Newfoundland is at the end of the line weather-wise, the last stop for storms that come across the continent or up the Atlantic seaboard
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