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The U.S. Department of Agriculture issued this pamphlet on weather forecasting on the Pacific Coast. Agriculture is one of the main industries that is heavily influenced by weather changes. One bad week can ruin an annual crop, which is problematic for both the farmer and the distributor. Other industries that are heavily reliant on weather are sailing and, in more recent years, air travel.