Hurrizakam is stubborn and grumpy, but because of Kaos' threats, he kept up the appearance of an evil, boastful sorcerer. Despite not actually being evil, he has skewed priorities, tormeting Undead creatures to keep his plants safe.
Hurrikazam first appeared in the village of Ghost Town, demanding the tribute of pies and kidnapping the undead inhabitants that were handing the delicacies to him. If they refuse, he will bring relentless sunlight that will destroy the village's undead crops. The Skylanders attempted to defeat the weather wizard, but found him too strong, allowing him to escape. They soon discover that Hurrikazam was using some sort of power that is turning the undead he kidnaps back to living, non-scary creatures.
Wondering how Hurrikazam possessed such a power to bring the undead back to life, the Skylanders allowed themselves to be taken by Morbo's Gargantulas to the weather wizard's Cloud Citadel, where they fought against Brock and his group of Drow upon being discovered. When they cornered Hurrikazam, it was soon revealed that the weather wizard was forced to commit his horrible deeds by Kaos, who threatened to cut the wizard's Amazing, Fantastic, Incredible, Suprising, Unfathomable, All-Coloured Rose if he didn't do as the evil Portal Master commanded. Hurrikazam reluctantly trapped the Skylanders using his weather machine, and Kaos planned on extracting their element using the Undead Energy Extractor that he had been using to drain the undeadliness of the undead inhabitants.
When Hurrikazam refused to drain the Skylanders of their element, Kaos clipped the wizard's precious flower for defying him and tried to proceed with the draining process anyway, but inadvertanty released the Skylanders from their hold. Hurrikazam was tied up by his own mustache for his treachery, but was soon freed when the Undead Energy Extractor was destroyed and Kaos was driven away. Hurrikazam apologized for his actions and announced to redeem himself by bringing storm clouds suitable for the Undead. As a token of his gratitude, the weather wizard handed Cynder an Amazing, Fantastic, Incredible, Suprising, Unfathomable, All-Coloured Rose Seed, the Undead segment to the Mask of Power. He then promised to build the undead villagers their own weather machine so that they will be able to bring dark and stormy nights all year-round, and even offered the reformed Brock to drop him off at Rumbletown.
- His alias, the Weather Wizard, is a reference to the DC Comics supervillain of the same name, one of The Flash's greatest enemies.