Weather: understanding storms

United States, 1962

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Shows how temperature, pressure and moisture interact to bring about various types of storms, including thunderstorm, tornado, hurricane, blizzard, dust storm. Describes characteristics of each. Emphasises increasingly important role of meteorology and weather satellites in forecasting storms.

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