I am trying to learn meteorology through self-study. I have found quite a few lectures on YouTube, but they tend to be for non-scientists.
I have a strong engineering and physics background and am looking for a text that presumes you can think through thermodynamics. Many of the ones I can see a sample of online at Amazon sort of hide the real depth to help the reader not need to understand that sort of background.
Does anyone know of a good textbook that one would use at the undergrad level if you were trying to major in meterology, as opposed to a survey type course?