Reading the Sky

Let's return to basics and look at the various cloud types to see what they can tell us about the weather now and just ahead.

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Part of being able to forecast comes from reading the sky, because so much of what’s taking place in the atmosphere can be seen visually. When I worked the forecast counter in the Air Force, I occasionally stepped over to the window for a quick look while filling out the weather briefing forms. The pilots […]
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