Frank Singleton spent his working life in the UK Meteorological Office as a senior forecaster in the Central Forecast Office where he was also involved in research. He and his wife raced Firefly dinghies for many years before becoming cruising sailors. He has logged over 41,000 miles, mostly as a skipper and nearly half in their current yacht, a Hallberg Rassy 34. He has sailed in the English Channel, the Bay of Biscay and for 10 years, the Mediterranean. Frank's Weather Site for Sailors (http://weather.mailasail.com/Franks-Weather) is known worldwide as an extensive, informed and informative resource for all sea goers. He has given many lectures to sailors especially for the Cruising Association and the Royal Yachting Association.
contain[s] lots of fascinating information about weather lore and sky watching. ...an excellent aide memoire for skippers and crew. * Welsh Coastal Life * full of practical information and vivid illustrations * Hardy Boat Owners Magazine * a small, but mighty book. ... a practical explanation of a complex, but essential subject for all sailors * Cruising * Adlard Coles have earned a reputation for producing an excellent series of handbooks on various aspects of weather...and this book maintains this reputation. It slips easily into the pocket and is unreservedly recommended. * International Journal of Meteorology *