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National Weatherperson's Day, celebrated annually on February 5th, recognizes the contributions and hard work of weather forecasters, meteorologists, and other professionals.

National Weatherperson's Day, celebrated annually on February 5th, recognizes the contributions and hard work of weather forecasters, meteorologists, and other professionals who provide vital weather information to the public. It honors their dedication to keeping communities informed and safe during various weather conditions. The day coincides with the birthday of John Jeffries, one of the United States' first weather observers, born on February 5, 1744. Jeffries, a physician and scientist, contributed significantly to the understanding of weather patterns. National Weatherperson's Day serves as an opportunity to express appreciation for these individuals and their essential role in society.

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