r) L \ n • • Lf Fi | BOOK REVIEWS TH E EVERYTHING WEATHE R BOOK: FRO M DAILY FORECASTS T O BLIZZARDS, HURRICANES , AN D TORNADOES—AL L YO U NEED T O KNO W T O BE YOU R OW N METEOROLOGIST Mark Cantrell, 2002, 304 pp., $14.95, paperbound, Adams Media, ISBN 1-580-62668-8 TH E COMPLET E IDIOT'S GUID E T O WEATHE R (SECON D EDITION) Mel Goldstein, 2002, 360 pp. $18.95, paperbound, Alpha Books, ISBN 0-0286-434-10 TH E COMIN G STORM:TH E TRU E CAUSE S OF FREA K WEATHER — AN D WH Y IT'S GETTIN G WORS E Mark Maslin, 2002, 144 pp., $22.95, paperbound, Barron's Educational Series, ISBN 0-764-12219-3 TH E WEATHE R John Lynch, 2002, 240 pp., $35.00, hardbound, Firefly Books, ISBN 1-5529-7640-8 he following fou r books were reviewed together, out falling, so isn't considered rain." The explanation of "equilibrium and instability" on page 39 is hilari- with all four requiring little prior knowledge of Tmeteorology. ous, as is the explanation of "whiteout" on page 45. A few (of dozens) of the "causes and effects": The Everything Weather Book Chapte r 4 is called "Air in Motion," and has
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