Storm Stories (2003– )

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A collection of different personal accounts from every day people who have faced intense natural disasters or other extreme weather situations.

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Jim Cantore ...
 Himself - Host / ... (46 episodes, 2003-2009)


The holiday tradition began a century ago. A ship loaded down with freshly cut pine trees would dock along Chicago's waterfront while the captain jovially welcomes families aboard to select a tree for Christmas. This one-hour Storm Stories special explains how The Christmas Tree Ship and its captain became a part of holiday lore. Written by Towers Productions Inc.

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Storm Stories is a great program!
15 December 2004 | by See all my reviews

Storm Stories is a good and interesting documentary program that is on The Weather Channel every day of the week. Its an hour long but really its two episodes but sometime there are three stories in a half hour. The show is hosted by The Weather Channel's big and muscular Storm Tracker and Meteorologist Jim Cantore throughout and he hosts it very good. The show is about true weather distastes from all over the globe and the people that it happened to and witnessed it are interviewed through out the show. The natural disasters that are shown each week are Tornadoes, Hurricanes, Snow Storms, Floods, and more! Some of the storms are shown from many years ago and from just recent times. The clips of the storms are real and not special effects but some of the scenes are re-enactments. I absolutely adore the weather and seeing this on TV is incredible! I watch The Weather Channel quite often to see what the weather is going to be like. The show airs on The Weather Channel every day twice in the evening so if you missed the previous segments then you can check them out a couple hours later. If you have cable and like the weather and want to see real storms such as tornadoes and hurricanes then I strongly recommend that you check out Storm Stories today on the Weather Channel!

Movie Nuttball's NOTE:

After the first airing of the show the regular Weather Channel programing comes on. During this you can see Jim Cantore forecasting the dangerous storms that are transpiring live!

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