While many are counting down to the start of school, I feel gardeners are keeping an eye on the thermometer! Frost could come any time now!
I've often said "the sky is our classroom..and Mother Nature is the best science teacher there is. Today's lesson deals with contrails!
Monday it was 33 in Bathurst. That was the hot spot in the country. How is that possible if you're backyard thermometer was reading 39? Read on...
I wish I could tell you that this weekend is going to be a lot like last weekend, but it won't. There will be some sun, but also, a fair amount of rain. Have a look!
As many of you know, the weather on the water differs greatly from the weather onland. Time for a nightly marine weather report!
If took more than half the summer, but we're finally enjoying our first heatwave! Here's a look at the make-up of our sultry stretch of weather...
Long range forecast....not as clear-cut as I first thought!
Weather systems are like children and pets; some are better behaved than others!
Last weekend was lovely everywhere! This weekend won't be. But before you cancel your plans, read on...
If you live in New Brunswick you are quite familiar with summertime thunderstorms; the same can't be said for coastal Nova Scotia. Last night was a treat for residents of HRM who enjoy a good sound a light snow.
Recently, the only thing falling from the sky has been rain. Once the clouds clear out Saturday evening, the view will change, for the better!
With so many outdoor events taking place, weekend weather is important in the summer. Perhaps my forecast will help you decide what to do!
A weather map is made up of cyclone and anticyclones. Anticyclones bring fair weather, but cyclones do not! Read on...
Some forecasts are simple, this one is not! Here's how I see the weather playing out across our region this weekend.
June was a busy month in the weather centre, the complaints line rang off the hook, and for good reason. It was cool and very wet. Here's a look at some of the numbers.
While many were getting ready for fireworks to fill the night sky, the earth moved under the feet... of some Nova Scotians.
Meteorologist Cindy Day provides comprehensive weather forecasts for CTV Atlantic’s CTV News at 5 and for CTV News at noon, 6 pm and 11:30 pm.
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