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NIGHTLY HAVOC.

Byline: Roz Laws

YOU have to admire ITV for coming up with self-explanatory programme titles that do what they say.

Is This The Worst Weather Ever?, shown every night from Monday to Thursday, examines the unpredictable conditions that are wreaking havoc around the world.

Tornadoes, hurricanes and floods are becoming more frequent and ferocious, so Craig Doyle investigates what is going on and what alarming weather we may have to look forward to. There's dramatic footage of extreme weather, from typhoons in South Korea and fires in Florida to floods in Mozambique, plus interviews with those who have lived through it.
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Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Date:Jun 26, 2005
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