How to Read the Weather
We all know Brits love to talk about the weather but did you know that you can actually tell what’s going to happen next by studying the behaviour of nature?
Storm Dunlop’s How to Read the Weather is a pocket-sized guide to looking up and seeing what will happen next. It explains what those funny-shaped clouds indicate and whether red sky at night really will delight.
He also looks over the history of weather and discusses some of the strangest events in our history. Perfect for armchair meteorologists and those who love the great outdoors, this book covers everything from barometers to blizzards and cloud bursts to cross winds.