The day was June 3rd, 1944. In County Mayo on the west coast of Ireland, a remote North Atlantic weather station operator noticed that her barometer was dropping fast, indicating a storm was going to pass over the English Channel before long. Her name was Maureen Flavin Sweeney, and her weather report, which postponed the […]
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