Reporters literally blown away by Canadian wind

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The United States isn’t the only country that experienced extreme weather over the winter season. These two weather reporters confronted 100 miles-per-hour winds in Canada on March 26, reports Business Insider.

Mark Robinson and Chris Scott, reporters for the Weather Network, are so blown away by the fierce air in Nova Scotia that they literally blow away off-camera.

The two liken the feeling of being out in the storm to getting “sandblasted.” The combination of the snow and wind created conditions like those of a freezing hurricane “with the added bonus of frostbite.”

Despite their efforts to brace themselves, Robinson and Scott are escorted off-camera by the wind, yet only briefly. They return to their reporting with resilience, remarking that the sun seems to be emerging as the snow diminishes in intensity.

Watch the breezy episode below.

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