But It's a Dry Cold: Weathering the Canadian Prairies
Written by Elaine Wheaton.
Published by Fifth House Ltd., 1998.
|But It's a Dry Cold! explores basic prairie
weather patterns, precautions, and statistics. It includes stories of legendary
blizzards, record holders, weather and climate facts, wind-chill and drought.
It looks at our changing climate and offers a sobering long-term forecast for
the year 2040, when we can expect desert-like conditions, floods, and storms
even more severe than we experience now.
Also included are a glimpse into the life as a climatologist, weather facts and anecdotes, climaquizzes, and much more. Written in easy-to-understand terms and generously illustrated with colour photographs, maps, and helpful graphs, this book will delight weather buffs of all ages.
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