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American Storm Warnings

Nature volume 31, pages 197198 | Download Citation



THE Meteorological Office, through the co-operation of the Chief Signal Officer of the United States War Department, has commenced to issue notices of the current Atlantic weather, and it so happens at the very commencement of the system that the frequent occurrence of storms in the vicinity of the British Islands, as well as out in the open Atlantic, has afforded a favourable opportunity for testing the value of this extension of our weather knowledge. As a specimen showing the nature of the information, we append a copy of the notice issued on December 19:'

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