Armand Pien

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Armand Pien (Gent, 2 January 1920 – Gent, 22 September 2003) was a Belgian weatherman for 37 years. He was popular because his weather predictions were funny and somewhat cryptic.

After he retired from national television he had a daily (Monday – Friday) weather talk on the East Flanders department of Belgium national radio. He did this until the Friday before his death; he died the following Monday.

In 2005 a small museum was opened in Hoeilaart, Belgium dedicated to him.


  • "An autumn without storm is like a woman without curves."
  • "After rain there will always be sunshine."