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This paper summarizes the results obtained from tests extending from 1943 to 1946 which were made to determine the meteorological factors controlling the propagation of centimeter waves. Oversea paths of 60 and 200 miles off the West Coast of Great Britain were used for the experiments. Continuous records of radio field strengths and frequent measurements of the meteorological conditions along the paths were made. The correlation between the radio results and the various meteorological parameters is studied in the light of current theories of microwave propagation.