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“Extreme Weather Week” on The Weather Channel - details

By April MacIntyre Jun 4, 2011, 1:16 GMT

“Extreme Weather Week” on The Weather Channel - details

US President Barack Obama greets people as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado in Joplin, Missouri, on 29 May 2011. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in US history. EPA/Joe Raedle

Tornadoes in Massachusetts, crazy hot humid weather from Maine to Miami, the weather gets more bizarre every day.

Tune into the Weather Channel on Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 9 at 8 p.m. ET with encore presentations at 11 p.m. ET Viewers can visit to vote on the Top 5 Worst Weather for Friday’s show.

2011 has been a record-breaking year with severe weather ranging from extreme snow to the flooding of areas around the Mississippi River and many catastrophic tornado outbreaks.

TWC's severe weather experts will review the science behind these events – and many historical extreme weather events – during Extreme Weather Week. 

Tune in as The Weather Channel counts down the top 5 extreme weather events of 2011 – as well as the top five hurricanes, tornadoes and the worst weather of all time. Each night - during this special-themed week, extreme weather events will be highlighted during four half-hour shows, which are listed below.

Top 5 Extreme Weather Events of 2011 – Monday, June 6 and Thursday, June 9

Top 5 Hurricanes – Tuesday, June 7

Top 5 Tornadoes – Wednesday, June 8

Top 5 Worst Weather – Friday, June 10


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