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Video: Texas panhandle wildfires

Courtesy of the Texas Farm Bureau, this video meets with some of the cattle ranchers that were impacted by the raging wildfires that crossed the state earlier in March. Thousands of cattle perished in the fires and thousands of acres of grass-covered pastures were reduced to ash in the monstrous blaze. If you’ve found weather-related video lately on YouTube […]

Video: Winter blast in Newfoundland

Southern Manitoba hasn’t had all the fun recently when it comes to winter storms. As shown in this YouTube video uploaded by Len Howl, a recent winter storm in Newfoundland also packed quite a punch. If you’ve found weather-related video lately on YouTube that other producers may want to see, send us a link and we’ll […]

Video: You left the shovel in the kitchen, right?

In this YouTube video uploaded by Kaitlin Meuse, it’s clear to see that she wasn’t able to leave her house in Snow Lake, Man., anytime soon. A blizzard that began early in the day on March 7 whipped through many parts of Manitoba, leaving behind impassable snowdrifts and closing highways stranding travellers and homeowners alike. If you’ve […]

Video: Winter grazing systems: Timing access to feed

In this video courtesy of Alberta Agriculture, ranchers offer a variety of perspectives regarding timing access to feed through fencing while taking into consideration weather conditions. If you’ve found weather-related video lately on YouTube that other producers may want to see, send us a link and we’ll feature it here.

Video: How Arctic sea ice is disappearing

Arctic sea ice has not only been shrinking in surface area in recent years, it’s also becoming younger and thinner. In this animation showing the fluctuations of sea ice between 2004-2016, Dr. Walt Meier of NASA Goddard Space Flight Center describes how Arctic sea ice has undergone fundamental changes during the era of satellite measurements and […]

Video: Snow’match for a Massey

People in Nova Scotia likely weren’t feeling the love as parts of Atlantic Canada were pounded by a blizzard just before Valentine’s Day, which according to local reports, left behind as much as 80 cm of snow. Luckily for the maritimer in this video, he had the right piece of equipment to help clear the white stuff out […]

Video: Southern B.C. gets a heavy blanket of snow

The town of Princeton, B.C. was recently inundated with snow when it was caught in the path of a winter storm that blanketed much of southern British Columbia. Local reports indicated that some parts of the province got their yearly amount of snowfall in a 72-hour period. If you’ve found weather-related video on YouTube that other producers […]

Video: When is a window not a window?

After a recent ice storm battered New Brunswick, many residents were left without electricity and still dealing with situations that well, you just don’t see every day. Have a look at this video by Bryant Morrice and see why his window scraper wasn’t up to the task. If you’ve found any weather-related video lately on YouTube that […]

Video: Winter grazing systems: Feed allocations when bale grazing

In this video by Alberta Agriculture, several cattle ranchers discuss how they calculate feed requirements, adjust feed intake to account for changing weather conditions, and time fence moves in bale grazing systems. If you’ve found any weather-related video lately on YouTube that fellow producers may want to see, send us a link and we’ll feature […]

Video: A brief history of heat

To put Wednesday’s NASA/NOAA announcement on 2016 global temperatures in perspective, the Goddard Space Flight Center’s Scientific Visualization Studio has put up the available data in this color-coded map, displaying a progression of global surface temperature anomalies from average, from 1880 through to 2016. The final frame represents global temperature anomalies averaged from 2012 through […]