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Weather Permitting

Twenty-Five Years of Ice Storms, Hurricanes, Wildfires, and Extreme Climate Change in Canada

by (author) Chris St. Clair

Publisher
Simon & Schuster
Initial publish date
Nov 2022
Category
Weather, Global Warming & Climate Change, Environmental Science
  • eBook

    ISBN
    9781668002896
    Publish Date
    Nov 2022
    List Price
    $11.09 USD
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9781668002889
    Publish Date
    Nov 2022
    List Price
    $24.99

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Description

From the longtime host of The Weather Network comes a behind-the-scenes look at Canada’s biggest weather events and climate phenomena.

For more than twenty-five years, Chris St. Clair was on the frontline of Canada’s biggest weather events as a popular presenter on The Weather Network. For the first time, he shares his never-before-told stories covering the country’s most astounding weather events.
From the flooding of the Red River in Winnipeg to the ice storm in Montreal, the hurricanes in Newfoundland, the devastating wildfires in Fort McMurray, the hailstorm in Calgary, and the heat dome and horrifying floods in British Columbia, St. Clair recalls these extreme weather events and relays their impact on communities across the country. He also follows Canadian snowbirds south to Florida and recounts their dramatic escape from record-breaking Hurricanes Matthew and Irma.
A vivid personal narrative with accessible scientific explanations and meteorological analysis, Weather Permitting tells the story of how the weather has shaped the character and psyche of our nation, and is an homage to the strength and resilience of Canadian communities from coast to coast.

About the author

Chris St. Clair was a weather presenter and journalist on The Weather Network for more than twenty-five years. He is the author of the bestselling book, Canada’s Weather: The Climate That Shapes a Nation. He is also a popular speaker on meteorology and climate change. He lives in Kingston, Ontario. Connect with him on Twitter @CStClair1.

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