A comprehensive guide to weather phenomena in Canada.
Canada's Weather explores the fascinating science and history of Canada's weather from coast to coast to coast.
Written by the Weather Network's popular weekend man, Chris St. Clair, it's organized in four seasonal sections and by Canada's distinct weather regions: the West Coast, the North, the Prairies, Ontario and Quebec, and the Atlantic region.
A total of 46 scientific illustrations complement St. Clair's careful and basic explanations of the universal principles of weather, and there are 197 photographs that show the power and beauty of Canada's weather reality.
With a unique perspective, St. Clair gives the full forecast on Canada's meteorological state of affairs, including:
Canada's Weather is a fascinating reference to Canadian weather phenomena for home, office or school.
Chris St. Clair is a popular weather forecaster at the Weather Network on cable TV.
For general readers, St. Clair, a weather forecaster on The Weather Network, offers a guide to Canada's weather that explains why it occurs, how it works, and how it affects the country's residents. Along with many color illustrations and photos of phenomenon, he describes weather in the different seasons, forecasting, weather disasters in the country's history, and climate change.
When May brings both snowstorms and heat waves, it's no wonder the weather is a popular topic of conversation... As meteorologist Dave Phillips writes in the foreword, weather is "our national soap opera." This book helps you understand the plot.
A sure-fire winner... A great family-oriented book to help encourage younger readers to be inspired by the science of weather predicting and reporting.
No one has more to say about the weather than Chris St. Clair with his long-standing role on the Weather Network. The book is filled with weather trivia...but there is more than just facts. St. Clair gives explanations of how weather systems work. Through illustrations and photographs, we gain understanding of how events like tornadoes are born. The four seasons are depicted across the country, showing the best and worst of the weather. There is a special section devoted to Canadian weather disasters.
No one has more to say about the weather than St. Clair with his long-standing role on the Weather Network.
Wonderful photography... beautifully produced.
The amazing coverage of topics, the photographs, diagrams and maps contribute to an entertaining and informative book.