Chester’s Climate book re-released

For a change I’ve released a non-fiction book. Chester’s Climate first came out in 1985, printed by a local Handbridge printer and sold out within a year. Recently, I have received requests for copies but I only have 3 and they’ve been taken apart. So Mrs N scanned in the pages and I uploaded them to Payhip – related to Paypal. I’d already done most of the research and work in the 1980s so I’m only charging $2 because it is an ebook at present.

This is from the press release:

This 40-page booklet was inspired by extremes of temperature and rain in the 1980s and was first published in 1985 and sold out in the same year. This edition is substantially the same but with a couple of pages at the end updating temperature and air pollution trends.

In this book are answers to:

Did the mid 20th Century have the best summers?

Are we due for the storm of centuries?

How often has the River Dee frozen over?

How is the Chester climate suitable for farming?

Did you know that local weather in Chester:

Uprooted trees in the city centre?

Made the city walls fall down?
Made a church kill a child?

Made a man eat his wife then is eaten himself?

Had colder winters than 1947 and 1963?

Had tornadoes and hurricanes?

Has its own cloud formations?

CHESTER’S CLIMATE: past and present new edition released 4th January 2017