When you start out in astronomy you may well think that if you can see stars, then its a great night to get your telescope out and start looking. Whilst there is an element of truth in that and you will be sure of seeing something, the quality of the image you see may not actually be that great and its determined by a variety of different atmospheric effects.
I have been working with the team at Weatherweb to combine our knowledge and experience of astronomy and meteorology to bring you a tested and easy to understand weather forecast specifically for the astronomer.
Follow this link to see a sample Astronomy Weather Forecast.
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