#1
Q. What did the fog say to the light rain
after her
vacation?
A. I mist you.
#2
What are the hottest days during

summer?
Sun-days
#3
Q:What did the tornado say to the car?

A:('You wanna go for a spin?')
#4
What is hail
?
Hard boiled rain !
#5
It only rains twice a
year in Seattle:
August through April and May through July.
#6
Jill: How did you find
the weather on your
vacation?
Bill: I just went outside and there it was!
#7
Q: What's the difference between a horse

and the weather?
A: One is reined up and the other rains down.
#8
Q: What did the hurricane say to the other

hurricane?
A: I have my eye on you.
#9
Q: What
did the thermometer say to the
other thermometer?
A: You make my temperature rise.
#10
Q. What's the
difference between
'weather' and 'climate'?
A. You can 't 'weather' a tree, but you can
'climate'!
#11
Q. What did one tornado say to the
other?

A. "Let's twist again, like we did last summer...."
#12
Two
weathermen each broke an arm and a leg
in an accident, and called from the
hospital about the four
casts.
#13
There is a Shreveport cable TV channel that

broadcasts the (live) video of the Shreveport radar and the audio of
the
NOAA weather radio station. When explaining why he knew he
should go
into meteorology, he said that when he was young, he would
sometimes
watch the channel even when there were no echoes, just for
fun.
#14
Recently during the heavy rains they have experienced in
New
England the mail carrier for one neighborhood commeneted on the
"pouring
rain." Well , atleast the dew point is coming down!
#15
During the month of
June and July. Here in
the panhandle it got pretty hot in this area. In
Fact people were
even overworking in the heat. So one day I was working
outside in
the heat and then i thought i better get inside. My Boss
asked me
where i was going and i told him i am going inside to cool down .
He
said that i better get back to work. I said i cant, he said how

come.? Because it is so hot out here that i have to go inside to change my

mind.
#16
Years ago, Nebraskans got tired of leaning

into the wind, having their top soil blown away, and chickens laying

their eggs two and three times. Seems the wind continually came down
from
Canada, and there was nothing between Canada and Nebraska to
stop it.
The farmers all got together and decided to build a fence
across the
North Border of the State of Nebraska. . . . the idea
being, to stop that
cold wind. It might've worked, too. The barbed
wire they used was
strong enough, .but the real problem was that a
couple owners of farms on
the upper boarder kept leaving their gates
open.
#17
If you are standing in the main
street of
Amsterdam, and can't see the clock tower of the Central Railway

Station, that means it is raining. If you can see the clock tower, that

means it is about to rain.
#18
Q) How do you spot a happy motorcyclist in

fair weather?
A) He's got bugs on his teeth.
#19
The Michaels family owned a small farm in

Canada, just yards away from the North Dakota border. Their land had
been the
subject of a minor dispute between the United States and
Canada for
generations. Mrs. Michaels, who had just celebrated her
ninetieth
birthday, lived on the farm with her son and three
grandchildren.

One day, her son came into her room holding a letter. "I
just got some
news, Mom," he said. "The government has come to an
agreement with
the people in Washington. They've decided that our
land is really part
of the United States. We have the right to
approve or disapprove of the
agreement. What do you think?"


"What do I think?" his mother said. "Jump at it! Call them right now

and tell them we accept! I don't think I could stand another one of

those Canadian winters!"
#20
Where did the meteorologist stop for a drink
on the way home
from a long day in the studio?
The nearest
ISOBAR!!