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The two severe storms that overtook Columbus on the return portion of his first voyage, when examined in the light of modern frontal theory, do not appear to have been simple circular storms, as previously thought, but disturbances marked by well developed fronts. The centers of both passed north of Columbus; he apparently experienced the warm sectors of both. The February storm seems to have had two cold fronts, and the March one a very sharp cold front. Storms of both kinds have been observed in the same portion of the Atlantic in recent years.

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Charles F. Brooks and Raymond Wexler
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Forecasting Heavy Snowstorms at Blue Hill (Boston), Mass.

I. Tracks of the Cyclones Producing Heavy Snows in the Winters of 1938/9 to 1946/7

Charles F. Brooks and Irving I. Schell

The 16 snowstorms yielding 9 inches or more of snowfall at Blue Hill in the months November to March were all associated with cyclones forming south of Lat. 40° and passing 70 to 265 miles south or southeast of Blue Hill. Half of them were young secondaries.

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Charles F. Brooks and Irving I. Schell
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