POLL: What is Your Favorite Weatherman Pick-up Line?


Uhh…yeah. I’m bored. How’d you guess 😉

We all know meteorologists have the horrible and sorta true stereotype of never being able to pick up a date—I mean, other than weather what else is there to talk about? But I found some funny (and some lame) weatherman pick-up lines that I dare each and every one of you to try. On the right hand side you can read through them and vote. If any of you readers think you have better weather pick-up lines (or just pick-up lines in general) feel free to post them!…just make sure they’re appropriate 🙂

This past week’s poll was pretty successful with 48 votes. 54% of you prefer temps in the mid 70s to lower 80s in the summer with 29% of you preferring upper 60s/low 70s in the summer. Overall, if we can be anywhere between 68º and 83º all summer long there will be a lot of happy campers. And to my amazement, not one person voted that they like 90º+ temperatures. I guess all 48 of us are true Washingtonians!

Aside from the wet and cloudy front moving through tomorrow morning the bigger story is the late weekend/early week heatwave we are about to experience. It is tough to determine how long the warm temps/sunshine will last, but it looks to last at least a few days.

Saturday looks partly sunny with highs in the mid 60s but Sunday and Monday both look generally sunny with highs in the upper 60s to mid 70s. So the 24% of you who voted that as your favorite temperature range in the summer are getting your wish!

After that look for an even mix of clouds, showers and sunbreaks which could offer up some cool rainbow photos. Remember, if you have any cool weather pix feel free to e-mail them to me at: forecastingkitsap@live.com

Have a fantastic evening and use those pick-up lines! 🙂

Matthew Leach

Forecasting Kitsap



11 thoughts on “POLL: What is Your Favorite Weatherman Pick-up Line?

  1. I can predict when a warm breeze will blow in your ear.

    I’m real good at forcasting hot times.

    Weatherpeople never leave home without raincoats.

    Many will assure you they can protect you from wind, rain, sleet or snow. I can teach you how to avoid those elements in the first place.

    Rest assured, if I get wet, I planned it.

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