INSTANT STORM FORECASTING by Alan Watts

By Alan Watts

From the writer of bestselling Instant climate Forecasting, Instant Wind Forecasting, and The climate Handbook, comes fast hurricane Forecasting, a useful reference for somebody pursuing outside actions. Its instructive images of cloud formations, invaluable tables, and sensible reasons give you the instruments for we all to evaluate our probabilities of being stuck in a hurricane, and to pass judgement on how critical the hurricane could be. masking powerful winds, thunder, and hail storms besides hurricanes, tornadoes, typhoons, and waterspouts, this e-book makes attention-grabbing examining in addition to being an important consultant for a person approximately to come across the elements.

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Tornadoes are not confined to the summer months. The two tornadoes that damaged a large proportion of the coastal Sussex town of Selsey in 1998 and 2000 occurred in October and January respectively. In the former, 25 per cent of Selsey was damaged or destroyed. 32 Strong refers to T4 to T7 (F2–F3) and these are regularly experienced in Tornado alley over the Great Plains of southern USA between the Rockies and Appalachians and including the valleys of the Mississippi, Missouri and Ohio rivers. Here a special set of conditions include warm moist air from the Gulf of Mexico, a hot dry layer from the Rockies at about 3000ft (915m) and a strong easterly wind at 10,000ft (3048m).

They lead to the constantly changing weather of the temperature latitudes and the almost constantly settled weather of the doldrums. Yet, it is often local conditions that rule our lives. However, today, with our greater understanding and more accurate forecasting, our chances of avoiding the worst effects of weather have never been better. 57 16 El Niño 58 Peru’s coastal desert is considered to be one of the most arid areas in the world. In 1925, there was so much rain that it carried away the railway bridge over the Rio Moche, effectively cutting off Trujillo from Lima.

The International UV index (above) has been formulated to advise people how to protect themselves from harmful solar radiation. Photo 24 In the world’s oldest desert, the Namib in Namibia and southwest Angola, temperatures can plummet to 0°C and rise to 50°C. So if you are travelling in areas such as these, extreme precautions need to be taken to allow for both intense heat and cold. Modern climatic conditions, such as lower rainfall and sandstorms, are causing many of the world’s deserts to spread into formerly arable areas.

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