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READINGS KF'U) n\ BOOK REVIEWS KENTUCK Y WEATHE R Jerry Hill, 2005, 198 pp., $19.95, hardbound, University Press of Kentucky, ISBN 0-8131-2351-8 entucky is a geographically diverse area providing th e more recent severe weather events, including a unique blend o f landform s stretching from the the tornado outbreak of 1974, the drought of 1999, KMississippi River to the Appalachian Mountains. and the ice storm of 2003 . Some images included in Thi s temperate region experiences the full force the book show the actual newspaper headlines from o f each season. In Kentucky Weather, meteorolo- such events. gist Jerry Hill uses his 40 years of service with the Th e science in the boo k is equal to that of a Nationa l Weather Service to produce an excellent basi c meteorological text. Details provided in the book . Any person from Kentucky, or any- backgroun d information allow any level one interested in Ohio Valley weather, will o f reader to understand each concept. enjoy this well-researched analysis of the Temperature, precipitation, floods, severe Commonwealth . storms, and drought each have their own individual chapter. Many pictures, tables, Thi s book is in a league by itself http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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10.1175/1520-0477-87.9.1227
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KF'U) n\ BOOK REVIEWS KENTUCK Y WEATHE R Jerry Hill, 2005, 198 pp., $19.95, hardbound, University Press of Kentucky, ISBN 0-8131-2351-8 entucky is a geographically diverse area providing th e more recent severe weather events, including a unique blend o f landform s stretching from the the tornado outbreak of 1974, the drought of 1999, KMississippi River to the Appalachian Mountains. and the ice storm of 2003 . Some images included in Thi s temperate region experiences the full force the book show the actual newspaper headlines from o f each season. In Kentucky Weather, meteorolo- such events. gist Jerry Hill uses his 40 years of service with the Th e science in the boo k is equal to that of a Nationa l Weather Service to produce an excellent basi c meteorological text. Details provided in the book . Any person from Kentucky, or any- backgroun d information allow any level one interested in Ohio Valley weather, will o f reader to understand each concept. enjoy this well-researched analysis of the Temperature, precipitation, floods, severe Commonwealth . storms, and drought each have their own individual chapter. Many pictures, tables, Thi s book is in a league by itself

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Sep 1, 2006

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