Top ten Canadian weather stories of 2008
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|Location||Time period||Rank 1|
|The East's Big Summer Soak||Eastern Canada||Summer||1|
|The Great Arctic Thaw Continues||The Arctic||All year||2|
|A Never-Ending Winter||Ontario and Quebec||Winter||3|
|Saint John River Floods From Top to Bottom||New Brunswick||Spring||4|
|Hail of a Summer for Growers||Various||Summer||6|
|Winter's Last Hurrah||Eastern Canada||March||7|
|Hanna and Her Brothers||Eastern Canada||July to September||8|
|The Coldest Place On Earth||Various||Winter||9|
|PE-Ice Storms||Prince Edward Island||Winter||10|
Canada's Top Weather Stories for 2008 are rated from one to ten based on the degree to which Canada and Canadians were impacted, the extent of the area affected, economic effects and longevity as a top news story.
Environment Canada, Meteorological Service of Canada, 2009, Canada's Top Ten Weather Stories for 2008, www.ec.gc.ca/doc/smc-msc/2008/toc_eng.html (accessed January 5, 2009).
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