The History of the National Weather Service in Green Bay
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The staff at the U.S. Weather Bureau during part of World War II. From left to right: Eleanor Brenneke, Winnie Cartier, Hilda Goodrich, Marian Jacqmin. Hilda was the Official-in-Charge in late 1943 and early 1944.
Eleanor Brenneke is pictured here recording the air pressure.
Back in the '40s, the weather technicians also had to fix the equipment. Hilda Goodrich is climbing a 40 ft tower (which was on top of a six-story building) to fix the wind equipment.
Hilda Goodrich is pictured here raising a Storm Warning flag for mariners on Lake Michigan.
Marion Jacqmin is making a live weather broadcast for a local radio station.
Eleanor Brenneke tracking a weather balloon with a theodolite.