February 1912
America;2/3/1912, Vol. 6 Issue 17, p404
The article focuses on weather forecasting during 1912. According to the article, the director of the Washington Weather Bureau has defended the Bureau and presented a very high figure that represents the percentage of forecasts which for a certain period came true. It adds that the scientific weather prophet, with forecasts covering only a day or two, has a big advantage over the old-fashioned weather prophet who predicts everyday in the year.


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