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Weather Foreshadowing

Nature volume 128, page 384 (29 August 1931) | Download Citation



THERE is an increasing number of people nowadays who have not specialised in physics, yet possess enough knowledge of the subject to be able to understand the broad principles underlying the forecasting or—to use a more suitable word that is coming into use—the ‘foreshadowing” of future weather by means of synoptic weather charts. Those who are prepared to take the trouble to do this will probably find that the value to them of the official forecasts is greatly increased.

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