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19th Century Weather Forecasting

By Sasha Goble, Brand & Communications Manager on August 17, 2017

Today we have many tools to predict the weather as we can scientifically measure the temperature, air pressure and windspeed. However, before these tools and technologies, the weather was predicted by the appearance of clouds or the behaviour of animals. As these predictions became more sophisticated and the need for weather forecasting was introduced, inventions like the telegraph proved itself to be useful in unexpected ways.

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