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National Weather Service - “Weather Spotter’s Field Guide” pdf


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For anyone camping where violent weather can happen, this is a very handy reference. It also has some stunning pictures and diagrams. They are high res, zoom in on that page and they look great. Here is a low res screen capture:

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 Weather Spotter’s Field Guide

I downloaded it and saved it to my Books application. Go to the file and rename it so that you can find it later, the actual file name is bizarre.

FYI a Weather Spotter is a trained observer who sends in reports of violent weather; if I lived in a more remote area I would sign up. There are already plenty of spotters in my area.

https://www.weather.gov/otx/Spotter_Resource_Page

John Davies

Spokane WA

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