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Forecasters say temperatures will crash below zero with snow likely in some areas in the coming weeks. The Sun (2016)It is time for somebody to stand up for economic forecasters. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Forecasters warned of more fog today in the South. The Sun (2016)Forecasters say the winds will blow in from the Atlantic. The Sun (2017)That's the central prediction of economic forecasters and we have to take what they say seriously. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Economic forecasters certainly were not getting carried away, with most sticking to growth predictions. Times, Sunday Times (2016)WEATHER forecasters have warned of a crisp, cold and wet week ahead. The Sun (2016)THE country will be lashed with a barrage of storms next month, say forecasters. The Sun (2017)But forecasters say the warmer conditions will not reach the South East where chilly air from the continent will prevail. The Sun (2017)Forecasters warned areas of the country with clear skies and bright sunshine during the day are set for the coldest Guy Fawkes night. The Sun (2016)All my top forecasters expected low inflation but none quite as low as we got. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Forecasters warned of stifling weather from today. The Sun (2011)Forecasters say cooler spells are on the way. The Sun (2013)What economic forecasters can try to do is tell a story. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Our forecasters like to think that what they do is a matter of national importance. The Sun (2015)Forecasters warned of more heavy rain this week. The Sun (2010)We should not get carried away with all this good news from economic forecasters. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Most forecasters think it will weaken into next year. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Forecasters warn of freezing rain causing danger on the roads. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This has come as a surprise to many economic forecasters. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Forecasters are warning of almost an inch of rain an hour as showers hit. The Sun (2016)The figures were hailed by economic forecasters. The Sun (2015)Forecasters are warning drivers to take care in the morning rush hours. Times, Sunday Times (2012)For months growth has been shrinking on the models of economic forecasters. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Weather forecasters predicted a gloomy weekend. The Sun (2009)The move came as forecasters were predicting Arctic weather this weekend. Times, Sunday Times (2008)BRITAIN'S top long-range forecasters are split over whether we are in for a hot or cold summer. The Sun (2015)Independent forecasters predict something closer to 38 billion. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Forecasters predicted another week of cold temperatures and icy, northerly winds. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Forecasters predict the cold snap will continue this weekend but temperatures are expected to rise on Monday. The Sun (2013)And forecasters think there might be something in it, with a gloomy outlook for the rest of the month. The Sun (2009)Forecasters say the cold snap could last for a MONTH. The Sun (2013)There is also a competition to find 2006' s top forecaster. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Most independent forecasters think growth next year will be nearer 2 per cent than 3.25 per cent. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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British English: forecaster NOUN
A forecaster is someone who uses detailed knowledge about a particular activity in order to work out what they think will happen in that activity in the future.
Some of the nation's top economic forecasters say the economic recovery is picking up speed.
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