Welcome to the Arctic!
"Have you ever had that sinking feeling that you've just been dropped off to the wrong place by a taxi? You look around at an unfamiliar building thinking to yourself "Whoops, this can’t be right?" as you watch the taxi cab taillights fade into the distance?," says Storm Hunter Mark Robinson on day one of his Arctic adventure. "Try that when it's an outcropping of rock in the middle of nowhere on the edge of the Arctic ocean as it starts to rain."
Tonight's episode of Storm Hunters explores the furthest reaches of the North-West Passage to unearth the most extreme and awe-inspiring natural phenomena in the Arctic.
TUNE IN: See the whole story on The Weather Network on Wednesday, November 13 at 7 p.m., 10 p.m. and 1 a.m. ET.
Robinson adds that despite the initial nerves and uneasy feelings, he was excited about this Arctic voyage with incredible potential.
"This was going to be a trip of a lifetime," Robinson recalls. "I just had to make sure that I managed to document it in every way possible. And make sure it was compelling and incredible. "
Another view of that massive iceberg. It looks like it was once part of an ice shelf in northern Greenland. pic.twitter.com/w18CNksnFO— Mark Robinson (@StormhunterTWN) November 11, 2013
Check out more of Mark's incredible Arctic pictures here.
Be sure to also tune into The Weather Network on TV tonight for his latest installment of Storm Hunters: Arctic Adventure.
MORE STORM HUNTERS: Missed an episode? You can catch them all online by heading to our Storm Hunters page.