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Top 10 videos of the week

November 12, 2010 — Time for our weekly recap of the best videos from the past seven days. Take a look at the top ten videos that made the cut.

We get a lot of footage each week here at The Weather Network, so we decided to share our favourites with you. Here are the weather videos that had people talking in Canada and around the world this week.

  • #10 --Innisfil, Ont. Just as we were tallying last week's videos, this one came in. At number 10, if you didn't think you'd see it yet, feast your eyes on this.
  • #9 --Oakville, Ont. In stark contrast to snow, golfers in Oakville hit the course, stretching out the season as long as they possibly can.
  • #8 -- Vancouver, B.C. The sky is grey but the umbrellas are bright. B.C. takes a soaker in this video.
  • #7 -- Leogane, Haiti Hurricane Tomas left embattled Haiti awash, as residents treck through knee-deep waters.
  • #6 --Weyburn, Sask. The sky is falling. Oh, wait, the snow is falling
  • #5 --Bedford, N.S. What looks like a lake is actually a football field as seen in this viewer video
  • #4 --Tusket, N.S. After heavy rain drenched parts of Nova Scotia, this video shows a house submerged.
  • #3 --Saint Andrews, N.B. Large waves and strong winds make for quite a sight in this number three video. Just wouldn't want to be trapped in it.
  • #2 -- Tusket, N.S. You haven't seen anything until you've seen this video. Of a bridge collapsing.
  • #1 --Tusket, N.S. Rushing Nova Scotia water hits a road so hard, it's destroyed.

    Those are videos ten through one for this week. Don't forget to tune into The Weather Network on TV every Friday morning for our weekly roundup of the top weather videos of the week.

    The Weather Network's 'Top 10 Weather Videos' segment is created by BJ Stewart.

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