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Light from the Storm: 7 Amazing Photos of Rainbows and Thunderstorms

Severe thunderstorms rumbled across Alberta and Saskatchewan over the weekend of June 8 and 9, 2013, putting on an incredible show for our watchful viewers.

Here are the 7 best photos submitted to theweathernetwork.com showcasing the dark and light side of Prairie thunderstorms.

Photo by Derrick Packard, Medicine Hat, AB

Photo by Gerry Emas, Edmonton, AB

Photo by Joseph C., Calgary, AB

Photo by Laura Galbraith, Medicine Hat, AB

Photo by Rhonda Galbraith, Maple Creek, SK

Photo by Neha Singh, Fort MacLeod, AB

Photo by Seth, Huxley, AB

The Most Photographed Sunset in History?

All future sunsets will be a major letdown compared to this sunset over Quebec City, QC on June 6th, which may just have been the most photographed sunset in history.

Quit while you’re ahead, Mother Nature.

Photo by Camyll Fortin, Charlesbourg, QC


Photo by Danielle Martel, Levis, QC

Photo by Gabriel Nadeau, Quebec, QC

Photo by Jacques Renaud, Quebec, QC

Photo by Jean-Francois Pelletier, Quebec, QC

Photo by Maria Moura, Quebec, QC

Photo by Yves Duchesne, Quebec, QC

Photo by Pierre Brown, Lorettville, QC

Dramatic Photos from the First Severe Thunderstorms of 2013 (Southern Ontario, April 18).

Just lovely.

Oh hey, spring. What’s up?
Photo by Cliff Bebber, La Salle, MB

Oh hey, spring. What’s up?

Photo by Cliff Bebber, La Salle, MB

10 Ridiculous Photos From The Snowstorm of ‘13

Between February 8-10, 2013, a massive low pressure system brought 20-40 cm of snow to southern Ontario and 30-50 cm of snow to Atlantic Canada.

Here are the 10 most ridiculous photos of this memorable storm submitted by our viewers:

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YOLO! (Photo by Shienna S., St. Catharines, ON)

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We know “Game of Thrones” is hard to put down, but this is a little much. (Photo by Gerardus Nurwandi, Milton, ON)

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Sunbathing, anyone? (Photo by Wade Fornwald, Midland, ON)

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Dude, where’s my car? (Photo by Barry Marsh, Oro Station, ON)

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Snow blocking the door? Try the window. (Photo by Michael Spidel, Stratford, PEI)

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No need to actually make a snowman; just stick some decorations on the barbecue. (Photo by Terri Purcer, Vineland, ON)

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It’s tough being a little dog in a big snowstorm. (Photo by Kelly Burgess, Hamilton, ON)

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You know it’s bad when even the snowblower can’t get through. (Photo by Beverly Quinlan, Birchy Bay, NL)

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A little snow is no excuse to skip your workout! (Photo by Julie Karan, St. Catharines, ON)

And finally, presented without comment …

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(Photo by Catherine Doucet, North Bay, ON)

Hey, that looks familiar!

Photo by Joe Toth

Hey, that looks familiar!

Photo by Joe Toth