The Sun'll Come Out Tomorrow
The former weatherman at Indianapolis's WLWI once warned viewers about impending hail "the size of canned hams."
Today she's the esteemed anchor of ABC World News. In the late '60s she was the "weathergirl" for WLKY in Louisville.
In the early '70s the Walt Disney (DIS) chief was a weatherman at an ABC affiliate in Ithaca, N.Y. In his words, he was "not a good one."
Before she was Raquel Welch, she was Raquel Tejada, the weathercaster for the morning Sun-Up show on San Diego's KOTV in the early '60s.
The comic's big break occurred in the '60s as Al Sleet, the "Hippie Dippie Weatherman," on The Ed Sullivan Show.