June 1962
New Yorker;6/16/1962, Vol. 38 Issue 17, p23
The article offers information about Charles G. Knudsen, chief of the New York Weather Bureau. He has worked as a weather forecaster for major airports. He was also entasked by the U.S. Navy to teach meteorology during the Korean conflict. He describes the job of a weather forecaster and the challenges and hazards he has encountered.


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