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weather (WETH uhr) (noun)
The state of the air and atmosphere at a particular time and place: "Todd listened to the weather forecast this morning on the radio."
weather (WETH uhr) (verb)
To damage or change something due to exposure to natural elements: "The fence posts will weather to a gray color in a year or two."
whether (HWETH uhr, WETH uhr) (conjunction)
1. An indication if something is or was true: "Did Peggy ask them whether they would be staying home tonight?"
2. Used to indicate choices or possibilities: "It doesn't matter whether Bonnie pays for the books with Dollars or Euros in this store."
When Sally spelled weather "wethir",
The teacher said, "Ah, my dear,
That's just about the worst spell of weather
We've had around here for years."

Don't knock the weather; nine-tenths of the people couldn't start a conversation if it didn't change once in a while.

—Ken Hubbard

Whether you know it or not, weathermen are never wrong. It's the weather that's wrong.

—E. C. McKinzie