Monday, September 16, 2019

The Latest Review of "When the Sirens Were Silent"

A current, straightforward treatise on tornado safety. Smith brought to life the inherent errors that occurred with the warning process during the Joplin tornado. This book would be a great read for meteorologists, forecasters, weather enthusiasts, storm chasers, weather spotters and emergency managers. Sometimes these errors need to be discussed in order for people to learn from the past and become more award during severe weather. This was a good, and sometimes unpleasant, rad but well worth the money. I feel much safer having read this myself. 

You can purchase the Kindle version for $2.99.

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