Canadian Weather and News – 4 reasons you SHOULDN’T adjust your bedtime for Daylight Saving Time

Daylight Saving Time is right around the corner. Here are a few reasons why you shouldn’t adjust a thing when…

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Tennis ball size hail hammering roof-mounted 360 camera during CO storm chase

INTENSE video of tennis ball size hail hammering roof-mounted 360fly camera during core punch of high-based supercell southwest of Holyoke,…

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hourly weather – Man outsmarts hailstorm while his car gets destroyed by it

Hailstones as big as baseballs fell across the Denver area on Monday, smashing car windshields and damaging buildings. source #TheWeatherNetwork…

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Record-breaking lake effect snow in Erie, Pennsylvania!

ERIE: another wave of heavy lake effect snow dumps 14″ of new snow on top of the record-breaking 65″ that…

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weather news today – Strangest Weather On Earth: Rare Frost Flowers!

If you ever see this beautiful flower of ice, you are lucky! The rare and illusive frost flower is a…

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weather news today – Deadliest Space Weather: Canals on Mars

Many people once believed that Mars was inhabited, and the canals on the Red Planet were proof of that. #WeatherVideos…

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weather news today – Breaking Ice: Big Waves Rock the Boat

On its way to resupply a scientific base in Antarctica the German icebreaker Polarstern runs into some huge waves. And…

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weather news today – Analysis Of Typhoon Haiyan’s Storm Surge

Hurricane specialist MIchael Lowry and Storm specialist Carl Parker go in-depth on the magnitude of damage and how it happened…

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weather news today – Deciphering Severe Shapes and Symbols

Do the shapes & colors on severe weather maps confuse you? You’re not alone. Dr. Shepherd discusses what the symbols…

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NASA’s CATS instrument on ISS helps scientists study Earth’s atmosphere.

NASA uses the Cloud Aerosol Transport System (CATS) to help study our planet’s atmosphere as well as monitor events such…

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