Weather Wise: Reading Weather Signs Paperback – 15 Apr 2008
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"An invaluable addition to the bookshelf of any outdoor enthusiast" -- The Great Outdoors The Great Outdoors (July 2008)
"Well illustrated with diagrams and photographs that reflect the beauty of the natural phenomena, this paperback passes on information in a useful and absorbing way" -- Lymington Times (June 2008)
'A hands-on introduction to understanding weather. Should appeal to readers interested in outdoor sports.' -- Bookseller
About the Author
Alan Watts, one-time professional meteorologist, has spent considerable time studying wind changes and short-term alterations in the weather. This, combined with his enthusiasm for sailing which began with the sea scouts, led to his first book. He is also the author of the bestselling Instant Weather Forecasting, Instant Wind Forecasting and The Weather Handbook, all published by Adlard Coles Nautical.
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20 May 2011
This is an excellent weather guide, it has a strong theoretical bassis and is written by a weather professional but also gives everyday practical examples to aid understanding - I highly recommend it.