The Difference Between Weather Forecasters and Weather Advisors

by R. Robert Rapp


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A discussion of techniques by which the meteorologist can communicate weather information more directly to those who benefit from it. Many problems now make such communication difficult, but a link between meteorologist and user, called the "weather advisor," could be instituted. This link would combine the operational requirements of the users with the information of the meteorologist for direct application.

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