Question: What causes the ocean to roar?
Answer: It has a fog in its throat.
Question: Why don't they show lightning on TV?
Answer: It's too shocking.
Question: What is super important when walking your Chihuahua in a tropical storm?
Answer: A long, long leash.
Question: Why do they say, "It's raining cats and dogs?"
Answer: To keep you from stepping in a poodle.
Question: When do they say, "It's raining chickens and ducks?"
Answer: When there is really, really fowl weather.
Question: What did the hurricane say to the weather satellite?
Answer: "I have my eye on you."
Question: How do you predict rain in Seattle?
Answer: If you can't see the Space Needle; it's raining. If you can see the Space Needle; it's about to rain.
Question: What's faster than a slow crutch?
Answer: A hurri-cane.
Question: Where does a tropical storm sleep?
Answer: In a water bed.
Question: Why doesn't a GOES environmental satellite eat too much candy?
Answer: It doesn't want to spoil its launch time.
Question: How is a GOES environmental satellite like presents at a birthday party?
Answer: They are both out of this world.
Question: How do we know the ocean likes the GOES environmental satellite a lot?
Answer: The ocean waves at it.
Question: What goes up at the science research station when the rain comes down?
Question: Where do NOAA scientists store their cold weather research data?
Answer: In a snow bank.
Question: Why don't older people like jokes about snow?
Answer: It's just a lot of skid stuff.
Question: Why can't you rely on snow during the winter holidays?
Answer: Because it's so flaky!
Question: Why did the baker work outside on cold nights?
Answer: So he wouldn't have to frost the cakes.
Question: What was the meteorologist's favorite frozen dessert?
Answer: An isobar.
Question: Why put a weather station at the top of a tower?
Answer: So meteorologists can climate.
Question: What did the rain storm say to the grocery store?
Answer: I'm going to flood the market.
Question: What was the weather-man's style of fly fishing?
Answer: He was a four-caster.
Question: How did the ski instructor survive an early spring?
Answer: He had put money into a slush fund.
Question: What makes birds going south for the winter fly at a safe speed?
Answer: Goose bumps.
Question: What did the national park ranger use to count grizzlies?
Answer: A bear-ometer.
Question: What did the special-of-the-day sign at the Mexican restaurant say?
Answer: Chile today. Hot tamale.