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Vincent J. Oliver

The following report is an attempt to illustrate some of the marked changes in wind direction and velocity that occur in the layer of atmosphere between 20,000 and 60,000 feet above the surface and to suggest how these changes may be used in forecasting the weather on the northern fringes of the belt of westerlies.

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Mildred B. Oliver and Vincent J. Oliver

Bowen's cosmic cloud-seeding hypothesis of rainfall singularities is examined using rainfall data from the African tropics. These data are presented for January and evaluated for the entire year. Some of the physical uncertainties remaining to be investigated are discussed.

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Vincent J. Oliver and Mildred B. Oliver

Rules have been developed for weather forecasting based on the recent researches in transport of momentum. The tilt and curvature of the upper level trough lines give information on the type of changes of circulation currently in process.

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