An apparent twister seen rising from a Malahide Township field in southwest Ontario on Thursday, June 25, 2009. (Johnny Wilson / Special to ctvtoronto.ca)
From The CTV:
MONTREAL — Bone-dry temperatures in British Columbia that have led to hundreds of wild fires. Home-ravaging tornadoes in western Quebec. A violent wind storm in Alberta that left a woman dead at a country music jamboree.
In a country where temperatures can range from -40 C to 40 C and where precipitation comes in the form of snow, sleet, hail and rain, talking about the weather has undoubtedly become a favourite pastime.
So too has meteorologist-bashing.
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