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It's a great read and I highly recommend it for anyone who enjoys weather related books.
Mike Smith, a renowned meteorologist from high school on, has written a tell-all book about the frightening history of the weather warning system.
He's got a great writing style and a knack for explaining complicated things in a simple, straightforward manner.
Interesting read. Maybe a little too much self-promotion by the author, but still a good read and an interesting story about the technologies that help forecast tornadoes,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Non-Fiction Focused Reader
Mike Smith needs to write more about tornadoes and weather in general. His book is informative and a great read.Published 3 months ago by Michael Bassarab
Excellent, wonerful, very good, highly inormative, best ever memoir of a meteorologist,
thrilling, exciting, surprising, well written,interesting throughout,GOOOOOOOOD! Read more
I am willing to bet, most of us, to some extent, watch the Weather Channel, because there is that little bit of curiosity as to the weather. Read morePublished 7 months ago by A.J. Lopez
Really interesting book on how the warnings systems have progressed through the years. Did not realize the early links between air disasters and the building of the warning... Read morePublished 8 months ago by sb
"Few things are more spectacular than a powerful Kansas thunderstorm. When observed safely, it's a feast for the eyes, ears, nose (rain-saturated air smells great), and even... Read morePublished 9 months ago by MJK
Informative, interesting, educational, and well researched by a very knowledgeable, articulate, and credible author. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Valerie Ritterbusch
Got this for my younger brother for Christmas and he couldn't put it down. He probably read the whole thing in a week.Published 11 months ago by James Charles