How do scientists predict the weather? What tools and instruments help them make forecasts? How far in advance can they make good predictions?Weather forecasting is a tricky science. Forecasters gather current weather data and study trends and historical patterns. They use their expertise to predict what kind of weather is likely coming next-with help from computers, satellites, and other machines. In this fact-packed book, discover what it really takes to forecast Earth's weather.
Doppler Radar, Satellites, and Computer Models
Lerner Publishing Group
The Science of Weather Forecasting