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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:
  • reading clouds
  • understanding changes in the wind and humidity
  • using a barometer
Helpful black-and-white illustrations, tables and charts make this book a "must read" before your next outdoor adventure and an essential item to carry with you every time you wander far from home.
Written by Jim Woodmencey. Published by Falcon Publishing, 1998.
1-56044-662-5 $9.95

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