Two reporters for Canada's The Weather Network were blown away by the ferocious blizzard that pounded the Maritimes yesterday, packing wind gusts of over 100 MPH in this Nova Scotian town just before the reporters were knocked off-camera. They were able to quickly get up and hobble back to their spot to finish the report.
Here's the full video:
The intense nor'easter mostly spared the United States (with the exception of Cape Cod and eastern Maine), but pounded Atlantic Canada with a blizzard the likes of which hasn't been seen since "White Juan" in 2004.
[gif and video from The Weather Network on YouTube]