Partly to Mostly Funny

The Ultimate Weather Joke Book

Edited by Jon Malay

Partly to Mostly Funny
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Edited by Jon Malay

Distributed for American Meteorological Society

With Jokes from Norm Dvoskin
224 pages | 10 line drawings | 5 x 8 | © 2014
Cloth $35.00 ISBN: 9781935704607 Published January 2014
Q: Where did the meteorologist stop for a drink on the way home from a long day at work?
A: The nearest isobar!

Q: What’s the difference between partly cloudy and partly sunny?
A: It’s never partly sunny at night!

Q: Do you know what they call people who believe in letting a smile be their umbrella?
A: Wet!

When rain falls on a wedding yet the day is clear everywhere else, or when unexpected sunshine makes a laughingstock out of a prediction of a stormy day, it is good to keep a sense of humor about the weather. Thankfully there are a wealth of weather jokes to tickle the funny bone of anyone who makes a hobby or career out of weather watching.

Partly to Mostly Funny revels in puns, wordplay, and cartoons that take a lighter look at weather, climate, and the life of a meteorologist. They will evoke lighthearted chuckles from professionals, cheering up those who must keep their eyes trained on sometimes darkening skies, and will delight the rest of us with the sillier side of weather.
Contents

Bad Weather

Clouds

Fog

Dry

Fall

Hurricanes

Political Season

Halloween

Thanksgiving

Floods

Forecasting

Good Weather

Groaners

Knock-knock Jokes

Broadsides Cartoons

Earthquakes

Alaska

Miscellaneous

Weather Observers

The Moon

Air Pollution

Space

Spring

Summer

The Sun

Unusual Weather

Tall Tales

Wind

Winter

Meteorologists

The Last Joke

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