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Includes hot maps and cool photos of weather phenomena!
Are you dazzled by dramatic displays of thunder and lightning and wonder why these forces of nature occur? This guide offers easy-to-understand explanations about meteorological concepts, from jet streams to tornadoes and El Niño. Inside, you'll find experiments and activities you can do at home, plus insight on smog, the greenhouse effect, and more!
Discover how to: Identify cloud types Understand what causes tornadoes to form Avoid danger during severe weather Understand the global warming debate
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This book is a pretty good introduction to all kinds of weather. No long technical words or hard to understand concepts. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Amazon Customer
Well written, very understandable, as well as being an entertaining read. The kindle version has some odd issues that the hard copy version doesn't. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Angela S Martin
Maybe I just have an old version (2000), but the writing is chaotic, rambling, and confusing. The author seems to go to such great lengths to make it conversational, that the whole... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Brie Todd
Good book, now don't get me wrong. However cross referenced some info. in this book to a meteorological text book and they didn't match :(Published 6 months ago by NYB
we are living in a time where there is extremes in weather. weather for dummies helped make the mystery of metrology easier to understand.Published 6 months ago by Timothy Cox
Since I consider myself a dummy, I expect to learn a great deal from this one and tied in with Stormspotter classes with the local authorities it should come in handy.Published 7 months ago by Thea M. Hein-Mathen
This was a very informative weather book. I found it very enjoyable to read and I picked up a lot of new information.Published 9 months ago by Kirsten Miller