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How are cumulus clouds formed? When did the worst dust storm in U.S. history take place? How is radar similar to a microwave oven? What is the difference between hail and sleet? Will we be able to predict the weather? This handy, single-volume reference has the answers. The "Macmillan Encyclopedia of Weather"covers everything from auroras and cloud formation to seasons, tornadoes and winter storms, with full-color photos, maps and illustrations throughout.
Features include: 150 A-to-Z articles Written by a meteorologist from "The Weather Channel" Full-color design 100 photographs, 50 illustrations Sidebars, glossary, bibliography and index
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