The USA Today Weather Book, Revised
The USA Today Weather Book, Revised           -     By: Jack Williams
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Random House / 1997 / Paperback

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Product Description

Here's the most scientifically accurate, easy-to-understand weather guide ever. From the people who developed USA TODAY's style-setting weather page comes a revolutionary new approach to understanding how weather happens. Full-Color graphics explain weather concepts from what makes the sky blue to how a tornado gets its twist. Second Edition.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Random House
Publication Date: 1997
Dimensions: 11.07 X 8.57 X 0.60 (inches)
ISBN: 0679776656
ISBN-13: 9780679776659

Publisher's Description

Featuring the full-color weather graphics of America's favorite newspaper, here is a newly revised edition of the most readable guide to our nation's weather. It also includes an updated state-by-state guide to weather patterns and scientifically accurate records. Online promo.

Author Bio

Jack Williams was born in Jacksonville, Florida, and served in the US Marine Corps after graduating from high school. After his military service, he attended Jacksonville (Fla.) University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in history and government in 1962. He began his journalism career at the Florida Times Union in Jacksonville while attending college and subsequently worked at the Jacksonville Journal, the Rochester Times Union, and Rochester’s Democrat & Chronicle. In September 1982, when USA Today began publication, Jack Williams served as the weather page editor.In 1992, as Hurricane Andrew battered Dade County, Williams was in the National Hurricane Center, which was on the fringe of the strongest winds. He has flown into three hurricanes and has chased tornadoes with researchers. In January 1999 Williams was one of the half dozen journalists selected by the National Science Foundation to report on research in Antarctica.He is the author of The USA Today Weather Book, which won The American Meteorological Society’s Louis J. Battan Author’s Award, and The USA Today Weather Almanac.

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