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Storm Stories

True accounts of life-threatening, weather-related events. 

Crew:
Jim Cantore (Host)

7/4/15
05:30 AM
"Montana Avalanche"  Heavy snow creates perfect snowboarding conditions but also danger for five friends in Montana's Centennial Mountain Range.  (Repeat) WABC
7/7/15
08:00 PM
"Ivan Dome Home"  Families in Pensacola, Fla., make the dangerous decision to ride out Hurricane Ivan in September 2004.  (Repeat) WEATH
7/7/15
08:30 PM
"Iniki Jurassic"  The cast and crew of Steven Spielberg's film "Jurassic Park" experience the force of Hurricane Iniki in September 1992.  (Repeat) WEATH
7/8/15
04:00 AM
"Ivan Dome Home"  Families in Pensacola, Fla., make the dangerous decision to ride out Hurricane Ivan in September 2004.  (Repeat) WEATH
7/8/15
04:30 AM
"Iniki Jurassic"  The cast and crew of Steven Spielberg's film "Jurassic Park" experience the force of Hurricane Iniki in September 1992.  (Repeat) WEATH
7/8/15
08:00 PM
"Mitch Honduras"  Forecasters are surprised when Hurricane Mitch blossoms into a Category 5 storm.  (Repeat) WEATH
7/8/15
08:30 PM
"Wilma Cancun"  Vacationers in the Yucatan are caught off guard when a tropical storm quickly evolves into Hurricane Wilma in October 2005.  (Repeat) WEATH
7/9/15
04:00 AM
"Mitch Honduras"  Forecasters are surprised when Hurricane Mitch blossoms into a Category 5 storm.  (Repeat) WEATH
7/9/15
04:30 AM
"Wilma Cancun"  Vacationers in the Yucatan are caught off guard when a tropical storm quickly evolves into Hurricane Wilma in October 2005.  (Repeat) WEATH
7/9/15
08:00 PM
"Camille Reporters"  Four ambitious TV reporters prepare for Hurricane Camille, a Category 5 storm approaching the Mississippi Gulf Coast in August 1969.  (Repeat) WEATH
Storm Stories

Premise
``Storm Stories'' presents gripping accounts of rescuers and survivors who battled severe and highly unpredictable weather at its worst. Each episode features a recounting of the events that led up to a life-threatening storm and the unrest that followed, and while typically this is done via re-enactments, actual footage of the storm is used at times.

Current cast
Jim Cantore

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.