Weather or not?

Anders, Geoff
May 2007
NZ 4WD;May2007, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p62
The author discusses the basics of how weather systems work, what drives them and what is likely to emerge as a weather issue. He explains what happens when the atmosphere revolves around the globe. He also explores problems with weather forecasts and describes some gadgets available for weather monitoring.


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