Yes, it's officially autumn, although you wouldn't know it by the weather we've had lately. It's still hot and humid, but not for long. I've heard a cold front is going to sweep through in the next day or so. After hearing the news, I celebrated. I also began to wonder how weather actually works. I realized I talk about the weather all the time, yet I don't really know how to predict it or how it forms. What better way to learn more than to find some books at the library?
Do you also wonder about the basics of weather and beyond? Find out more with these titles:
Weather for Dummies  by John Cox.
The Weather Identification Handbook  by Storm Dunlop.
Blame it on the Rain: How Weather has changed History  by Laura Lee.
Weather: The Ultimate Book of Meteorological Events  by various contributors.
Air Apparent: How Meteorologists Learned to Map, Predict, and Dramatize Weather  by Mark Monmonier.