In this brand-new guide in the popular ‘How to Identify’ series Storm Dunlop explains how to interpret and forecast the weather.
The British public’s preoccupation with our ever-changing weather, together with El Niño and the climactic effect of global warming, means that this is a subject that constantly attracts attention.
In a new book that forms part of Collins Natural History’s successful ‘How to Identify’ series, the weather is broken down into easy-to-follow sections. Once the basic forms and mechanisms are understood it is then possible to forecast the weather, particularly in your locality.
The following topics will be included: how to identify cloud types and other atmospheric phenomena; how clouds are formed and how rain is produced; weather systems and how they move and develop; how weather differs in different regions; how to interpret satellite images and how to forecast weather.