Instant Guide to Weather
An Instant Guide to Weather is an ideal compact identification guide to a subject which preoccupies and affects us all.
From sunshine to snow, hurricanes to holes in the ozone layer, freak conditions to daily forecasting, this user-friendly guide covers the atmosphere, weather systems, clouds, winds, climate and other features of the weather in easy-to-understand terms. Detailed full-color illustrations with informative text and diagrams make it simple to recognize different types of weather and understand their causes.
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