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The Royal Meteorological Society Weather Watcher’s Three-Year Log Book

The Royal Meteorological Society Weather Watcher’s Three-Year Log Book

£14.99 inc.VAT

Is spring really coming earlier each year? Is this year hotter than last? What was the coldest day in your year? Record your own daily observations, calculate weekly and monthly averages and then compare changing weather patterns over the three-year period with with this personal weather log book from the Royal Meteorological Society. Perfect for weather watchers and amateur meteorologists, this illustrated record book is packed with facts, figures and information, including how to identify different cloud types, plus explanations on how clouds are formed along with other weather phenomena.The Weather Watcher’s 3-Year Log Book offers the opportunity to record your own daily observations – in as much or as little detail as you wish. You can calculate weekly and monthly averages and then compare changing weather patterns over the three-year period. Is spring really coming earlier each year? Is this year hotter than last? What was the coldest day in your year?This illustrated record book is packed with facts, figures and information, including how to identify different cloud types, plus explanations on how clouds are formed along with other weather phenomena.

 

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Price: £14.99
(as of Jun 27,2020 14:41:09 UTC – Details)

Is spring really coming earlier each year? Is this year hotter than last? What was the coldest day in your year? Record your own daily observations, calculate weekly and monthly averages and then compare changing weather patterns over the three-year period with with this personal weather log book from the Royal Meteorological Society. Perfect for weather watchers and amateur meteorologists, this illustrated record book is packed with facts, figures and information, including how to identify different cloud types, plus explanations on how clouds are formed along with other weather phenomena.The Weather Watcher’s 3-Year Log Book offers the opportunity to record your own daily observations – in as much or as little detail as you wish. You can calculate weekly and monthly averages and then compare changing weather patterns over the three-year period. Is spring really coming earlier each year? Is this year hotter than last? What was the coldest day in your year?

This illustrated record book is packed with facts, figures and information, including how to identify different cloud types, plus explanations on how clouds are formed along with other weather phenomena.

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