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Fire Weather

Texas Forestry Museum

Sound | 1960s

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  •  Louis Allen, a television weatherman and chief meteorologist of the Washington, DC, station, WTOP-TV  
  •  Allen lists the aspects of weather: wind, lightening, humidity, and fuel moisture 
  •  Wind’s effect on forest fires 
  •  Allen writes down the different types of wind 
  •  Allen uses illustrations to break down weather systems 
  •  The terrain plays a vital role in the direction and speed of wind 
  •  Allen concludes by stressing the importance of applying weather information in preventing and extinguishing wildfires 
 
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