This is the perfect book for anyone who finds general weather forecasts frustrating because they don't give sufficient local detail. It answers such questions as: Is it likely to rain, be sunny or windy? Will it be a good day at the beach? Should I take an umbrella to work? Will there be plenty of wind for sailing? Should I water the lawn?
Alan Watts, the acclaimed author of the bestselling Instant Weather Forecasting, explains in straightforward terms how to look at the sky and interpret what the clouds indicate about the coming weather. He explains how to combine information given in weather forecasts with the readers own observations to arrive at a correct assessment of what the coming weather is likely to be.