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B. FRANCIS DASHIELL

, andtherefore greater weather changes, than can be brought about by solar constant variations of the order of mag-nitude that are indicated by researches that have been published up to this time.BROADCASTING WEATHER MAPS BY RADIOS 5 /.5 0 Y . By B. FRANCIS DASHIELL[Forecast Divislon, Weather Bureau, Washinglon, D. C.]It is a long step from the first broadcasting of a briefcoded weather bulletin issued by the United States Weather Bureau from the Naval radio station NAA, a tArlington, Va., on July 13, 1913

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Robert M. White
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James C. Fidler
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Arthur Hungerford
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Kathleen Sherman-Morris
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S. M. Asger Ali

Belt region and includes the Mississippi cities of Hattiesburg and Laurel. Its DMA is ranked 168. WHLT is owned and operated by WJTV in Jackson, Mississippi, which means the two stations share personnel and resources. 1 Most local news originates with WJTV, but they may deliver storm coverage along with or independent from WJTV. For this event, WHLT was only broadcasting for the Pine Belt area. We selected those two events and local TV stations for three reasons: 1) their urban

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Alexander Hall

of meteorology as a scientific discipline within British society was given a huge boost in January 1954 with the launch of a new format for televised weather on the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). For the first time British households saw a MO meteorologist beamed live into their homes every day. The first MO member of staff selected for this role, George Cowling ( Fig. 2 ), soon became a household name and is remembered for his conversational style that aimed to relate directly to the

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Joshua D. Eachus
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Barry D. Keim

pertinent climate data ( AMS 2017 ). With regard to social media, practitioners are urged to offer specificity in abilities of given forecast products and the associated timeframe ( AMS 2017 ). The NWA has even gone as far as offering a digital seal of approval program coexistent with broadcasting seals of approval ( Bunting and Muzio 2014 ). However, these are simply recommendations and there is no true governance of how, when, and why content is posted. There has been work to understand the key

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Robert Drost
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Mark Casteel
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Julie Libarkin
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Stephen Thomas
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Matt Meister

pictures help people to remember the weather forecast? Ergonomics , 28 , 765 – 772 , doi: 10.1080/00140138508963196 . Wolf, P. L. , 2009 : Warning success rate: Increasing the convective warning’s role in protecting life and property . Electron. J. Oper. Meteor. , 10 , 1 – 17 . [Available online at www.nwas.org/ej/pdf/2009-EJ7.pdf .] WMO , 2005 : Guidelines on weather broadcasting and the use of radio for the delivery of weather information. WMO/TD No. 1278, 54 pp. [Available online at

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