The Perfect Gift for Your Weather Nerd Friends

00001Did you know that in the early 1930’s weather observations including temperature, precipitation and wind were being measured in Boston on the roof of the Post Office building 337 feet above street level? In this monograph, the many paths of Boston’s observational platforms have been described and pictured starting with a window shelter in the Old State House in downtown Boston to the current location at Logan International Airport. Twelve relocations of the weather station site and numerous changes in observational equipment have been documented. This carefully researched study is a must own for anyone who is interested in understanding weather and climate.
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