Top 5 Reasons to Read WARNINGS

For most people, weather is little more than polite conversation so reading a book primarily about weather may not be at the top of your reading or gift giving list this holiday season, so let me share with you the top 5 reasons to read and give WARNINGS: The True Story of How Science Tamed the Weather (Greenleaf 2010).

#5 - ENJOY READING
A reader from Big D recently wrote “Hey Mike! I am reading your book WARNINGS and I am really enjoying it. A great read for those interested in the weather.” From the heart-warming to the heart-wrenching and everything in between, Mike Smith above all captivates the reader while taking them on a journey that intrigues, inspires, educates and entertains.

#4 – INTERESTED IN WEATHER
Another female reader from Oklahoma recently commented “If you have not read this book and love weather you must!” So what if weather isn’t your thing? Mike Smith uses his skill as a genuine atmospheric scientist to weave together a book that has been praised for its superb storytelling by critics from coast to coast.

#3 – WEATHER AFFECTS US ALL IN OFTEN LIFE CHANGING WAYS
Droughts, storms, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, dust storms, tsunamis, hail, wind, fog, heat, cold, snow, ice, rain, floooding and sleet. Do I have your attention yet?

#2 – PLANNING FOR MOTHER NATURE’S WORST IS A VITAL BUSINESS FUNCTION
Can your business afford to be caught unaware when extreme weather threatens? Business people everywhere understand that planning ahead is the difference between a disaster and a mere inconvenience. Mike’s expertise makes him the “go-to” expert when disaster strikes.

#1- THE LIFE YOU SAVE MAY BE YOUR OWN
The emotional and true account of how weather scientists frantically worked to save lives- and save a town. You will come away with an appreciation for the storm warnings in place today and how they have evolved into vital, lifesaving information and not treat them as a mere annoyance ever again.

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