Banned for the Duration

U.S. citizens may soon have to get along without long-range, detailed weather reports; Washington plans to ban them. Army & Navy experts have decided that that kind of weather information could be too useful to enemy aircraft. Strictly local forecasts* will be permitted. Florida fruit and vegetable growers who worry all winter about killing frosts will continue to get advance information. But Weather Bureau officials predicted that there would be no more wide regional forecasts, detailed information about direction and force of winds, storm centers and storm paths, areas of high and low pressure.

* Forecast in the weekly Brighton (Mass.)...

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