Weather of Ontario
Written by Phil Chadwick and Bill Hume.
Published by Lone Pine Publishing, 2009.
| Here in Ontario, the
weather can range from mild and wet in the south, to hot and humid in Toronto,
to heavy flurries and cold in the north. Weather of Ontario provides an
easy-to-understand and exhaustive presentation of the weather phenomena found
Join acclaimed Ontario meteorologist Phil "The Forecaster" Chadwick as he explores this ever-fascinating subject and explains:
Phil Chadwick specialized in severe weather in his 30 year career with Environment Canada, serving as the meteorologist "behind the scenes" in several major weather events, including the ice storm that paralyzed Ontario and Quebec in 1998. Phil is also an accomplished oil painter whose weather-oriented works have been featured in numerous Canadian galleries.
Bill Hume spent 35 years working for the federal government as a meteorologist before taking retirement in 2007. He continues to sit on the national executive of the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society. Bill has extensive experience in weather and sea state forecasting, weather and climate data monitoring, as well as air quality science.
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