The weather has always dominated our daily lives, and it remains our favorite topic of conversation.
We all want to know what the weather will be for the week ahead in order to plan our days.
But even with television forecasts it is hard to fathom the meaning of the weather charts; reliability is doubtful beyond the next 24 hours; and the area covered is not always a match to the place where you live.
Stan Yorke shares this frustration. He has written a short guide that explains in simple language the basic weather principles, and it has a special illustrated section on how to read skies and clouds.
The book allows us to properly interpret daily weather forecasts, and will give those who wish to, the confidence to set about predicting the local weather for themselves.