Weather Network live in Charlottetown

Jocelyne Lloyd jlloyd@theguardian.pe.ca
Published on March 26, 2014

The spring storm, affectionately being referred to as "White Juan 2" on social media, is bringing more than snow to Prince Edward Island today.

Weather Network personality Chris St. Clair has also turned up in the streets of Charlottetown this morning, where he is broadcasting live, using such terms as "thunder snow" to describe conditions expected for the Island.

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St. Clair, who began his career in Halifax and now lives in Ontario, delivers the temperatures and conditions for the Weather Network on weekend mornings. His book, Canada's Weather, is a Canadian best seller.

 

Chris St. Clair, left, and Dwayne Oud, record a live segment for The Weather Network. The pair are on the Island for a couple of days to report of the upcoming spring blizzard.

©Guardian photo by Heather Taweel