Rediscover your hydrology bookshelf
I know what you’re thinking …
That’s kind of a bland title for a book.
Video review of the book
Only, there’s nothing bland about Florida Weather …
Neither the subject nor this book. The book is truly a gift. It opened my eyes to a place I thought – as many do when arriving from Up North – to be a seasonless land. Winsberg puts that fallacy immediately to rest by his organization of the book around the four seasons themselves: Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring. The simplicity of structure provides the foundation for a truly unique and impressively quantitative exploration of the four seasons, Florida style. If that sounds dry, it’s not. The book is chock full of historical anecdotes, summary maps and other interesting tidbits.
For me the book is like an old friend, as all good rereadables are. Time and time again I find myself pulling this relatively thin tome off my shelf to brush up on the season or just simply to relax. The book helped me bond with Florida.
It also made me an instant expert on the weather.
Thank you to Morton D. Winsberg and his collaborators for this wonderful book!