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Weather Channel to Launch a Weekly Top Ten Countdown — Get a First Look

The forecast at The Weather Channel calls for a new weekly program, Top Ten, that takes stock of the world’s biggest weather-related occurrences, TVLine has learned exclusively.

Premiering Sunday, July 24 at 9/8c and hosted by a rotating group of Weather Channel personalities, Top Ten will survey everything from weather phobias to extreme examples of Mother Nature’s fury. Kicking things off, the premiere episode, “It’s Amazing Out There Moments,” will cull 30-plus years of reporting to count down the most unforgettable moments where the Weather Channel team led viewers into the heart of a storm. (Press play above for an exclusive sneak peek of the Top Ten premiere’s blustery cold open.)

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Meteorologist Chris Warren is among the rotation of ‘Top Ten’ hosts

“Weather is inherently fascinating,” The Weather Channel programming VP Howard Sappington said in a statement. “For over three decades, our team… has been tracking, studying and reporting on the environment around us, and Top Ten allows us to look back and celebrate spectacular weather moments.”

Does The Weather Channel’s Top Ten appeal to the extreme weather-lover in you?

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6 Comments
  1. lariet50 says:

    If they have an episode of top 10 time Jim Cantore lost his chill on air, I’d watch it.

  2. Cam says:

    I’ll give it a shot.

  3. George H. says:

    Don’t watch The Weather Channel much these days because they have some show on instead of forecasting weather whenever I turn over to it for weather.

  4. Imagecrafters says:

    I’m a weather nut. So of course I’ll watch!

  5. dman6015 says:

    Verizon FiOS dropped The Weather Channel a while ago and “replaced” it with AccuWeather. Sure, AccuWeather only does weather forecasts, but for the entire country. No local channel like The Weather Channel provided. Thanks, Verizon.