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March 17, 2008

Mike Lynch's Minnesota WeatherWatch: A Complete Guide for Weather-Obsessed Minnesotans


From Doppler to dandelions, the WCCO-licensed Mike Lynchs Minnesota WeatherWatch reveals the secrets of weather forecasting in the Land of 10,000 lakes. Veteran broadcast meteorologist Mike Lynch infuses the book with his trademark enthusiasm. He delves into the mechanics and history of the atmosphere and scientific forecasting methods, and then he shows how Mother Nature--in the form of dandelions, sky color, stars, critter activity, lakes, and more--can help us predict the weather. Beautifully illustrated with over 100 color photographs, this book includes a state weather almanac and sidebars on local weather history and lore.

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