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Willis Ray Gregg ; United States Weather Bureau, Washington, D. C.

Electricity and weather conditions are associated in two ways: electrical apparatus and structures are subject to damage by storms; and communication by telegraph, telephone, teletype, and radio is essential for weather forecasting. How the United States Weather Bureau has made increasing use of the information gathered from many stations for scientific forecasting, particularly for special services such as that for airways, is described in this article.

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Electrical Engineering  (Volume:57 ,  Issue: 10 )