Recently I finished two books on weather and physics. Actually they are more about atmospheric physics, but that should not keep you from reading them.
»Clouds in Glass of Beer explains heaps of things. How clouds are formed, why we get dew, or why lakes freeze just on top. But there is even more as the author explains proverbs like the "blue moon" or the green flash which can be seen at sunset.
»What light through yonder Window breaks is the sequel which deepens the reader's understanding for dew patterns on windows, mirages on highways and even the greenhouse effect.
If you have any interest in the physics of your environment, I strongly recommend reading at least the first one.