Seasons in the sun - weather and climate front-page news stories in Europe’s rainiest city, Bergen, Norway

@article{MezeHausken2007SeasonsIT,
  title={Seasons in the sun - weather and climate front-page news stories in Europe’s rainiest city, Bergen, Norway},
  author={Elisabeth Meze-Hausken},
  journal={International Journal of Biometeorology},
  year={2007},
  volume={52},
  pages={17-31}
}
This paper is a portrayal of aspects of weather and climate as front-page news in Europe’s rainiest city, Bergen, Norway. It descriptively explores the coverage and different contextualization of weather and climate. By asking the simple question of what actually constitutes a good or bad weather day in Bergen, short-lived weather descriptions in the news are compared with climatological data. The study reveals a complex picture with different annotations of good and bad weather depending on… 
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