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Column: 1950s weather charts looked like monsters to this 4-year-old
Rudi Kiefer
When I was a little boy, weather forecasts on the black & white TV were different than on today’s internet. In the late 1950s, the privilege of explaining the weather was reserved for males. Never mind scientists of that time like Rosalind Franklin discovering the structure of DNA, or Moira Dunbar investigating Arctic glaciers and pack ice.