Strange And Unusual Weather: An Indispensable Companion To Any Forecast
The United States is home to the most varied severe-weather problems in the world. In STRANGE AND UNUSUAL WEATHER, author and longtime meteorologist Richard Addison Wood examines the wide range of extreme weather patterns through bizarre albeit true'stories of storms, floods, and accidents, all caused by the weather. The danger inherent in these weather patterns is explained through the many stories and anecdotes that end with fatal consequences. Yet for every freak accident and tragic end there are stories of rescue and preparedness that make STRANGE AND UNUSUAL WEATHER a didactic and essential tool for braving and surviving all types of weather. The weather is a force that humans cannot control, but for which they can beprepared. As entertaining as it is useful, STRANGE AND UNUSUAL WEATHER is anindispensable book that is the perfect and more reliable companion to themorning weather forecast.
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- Format: Paperback
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Lyons Pr
- ISBN-13: 9781592287031
- ISBN: 1592287034
- Publication Year: 2006