The World's Weirdest Weather

The World's Weirdest Weather

About this programme

Alex Beresford examines some of the globe's most bizarre weather phenomena and the science behind them, including a flash flood in New Zealand that washed a dozen eels onto a suburban street, and a huge swarm of seemingly flying spiders in Brazil, powered by static electricity from a thunderstorm. Plus, a strange wave that submerged an entire town in Argentina and the barrel-shaped cloud that helps hang-gliders fly for hours on end.

Cast and crew


Alex Beresford


Executive Producer
Kirstie McLure

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