Weather systems know no boundaries. They interact freely, sometimes cancelling each other out, and times, fueling a storm!
It's severe weather seaon. Earlier this week, deadly tornadoes tore through north-central Texas. Yesterday, hailstorms travelled across parts of the Maritimes.
If you look, you can see interesting shapes in the clouds, but these days, Mother Nature seems fond of circles!
Weather systems usually travel from west to east. When they don't, long held weather beliefs go out the window.
Last night's game was incredible, in more ways than one. Leafs' fans are a little groggy this morning, but is Mother Nature feeling it too?
We needed the rain, but we didn't need it on Mother's Day! Those of us who got the most rain yesterday, are in for more rain tomorrow.
The weekend forecast is not looking ideal, but we can work around a little rain. Gardeners and birders will be out in full force.
Following the phases of the moon won't help you forecast the weather but it will let you know how high the water levels will be...
Normal daytime temperatures for the first week in May range from 10-14 degrees. Yesterday, those temperatures were more than doubled and records fell....
Interesting weather doesn't always come on stormy days. Sometimes, it's the quiet ones you have to worry about. That was the case yesterday in Southwest Margaree.
They can look like turtles, puppy dogs and even cars; clouds are fun to watch. These clouds were spotted over Hoyt New Brunswick and they do have an official name.
Last frost dates are a good planting guide; as you can see they vary quite a bit across the region. They can also vary from one town to another depending on elevation and wind patters.
Rainbows form when there's a rainshower in one corner of the sky and some sun on the opposite side. So what's the deal with the cloud rainbow?
You can learn alot about what's going on high above the ground by watching the clouds and studying the wind.
In the Northern Hemisphere, weather systems generally travel from west to east, but yesterday, one system was in retrogression.
With cold water below and warm air above, spring conditions are ideal for the development of waterspouts!
Rainbows are not that terribly rare, but a double rainbow is quite uncommon.
The changing phases of the moon have a direct impact on the tides, but there is no scientific link between the moon and the weather.
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.