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Weather in the Southwest
Code: W0270
Author: Jim Woodmencey
Publisher: Western National Parks Association
ISBN: 9781583690130
Soft cover: 32 pages, 8" x 10".

Member Price: $3.38
Non-Member Price: $3.95

Whether you grew up in the Southwest or adopted it as your home, you’ll love the no-nonsense explanations to the quirky and unpredictable weather phenomena that seasonally play across Arizona and New Mexico skies. Author and meteorologist Jim Woodmencey provides explanations for the region’s renowned climate – hundreds of sunny days and clear blue skies. Features abundant color photographs, easy-to-read illustrations, and insights to such dramatic occurrences as dust devils, flash floods, virgas, cloud-to-cloud lightning and more. ^~Author: Jim Woodmencey^~ Publisher: Western National Parks Association ^~ISBN: 9781583690130 ^~Soft cover: 32 pages, 8" x 10".
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