Reading Weather: The Essential Guide to Understanding Weather
| Before you hike, rock climb, mountain bike, cross-country ski, or
canoe far from shelter, you probably check the weather forecast - yet almost
everyone has been caught out in a storm unexpectedly.
In Reading Weather: The Essential Guide to Understanding Weather meteorologist Jim Woodmencey explains weather basics and how to make your own forecasts once you are miles from home by:
Written by Jim Woodmencey. Published by Falcon Publishing, 1998.
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