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Last month's full moon came and went relatively unnoticed. Find out why so many are in a lather over Tuesday's full moon?
I've always thought that clouds were cool; mostly for their interesting shapes. Sometimes, the colours make them fabulous!
A red sky at sunrise or sunset is not that uncommon, but a pink sky is more unusual. Many maritimers were treated to a fabulous pink glow last evening.
Wind can be defined as the perceptible natural movement of the air, blowing from a particular direction. That doesn't even come close to describing the wild winds they experience over the Cape Breton Highlanbds.
A developing weather system is going to bring us a windy wet day tomorrow...perhaps too windy and too wet for some.
Some weather expressions are more accurate than others; "le trois fait le mois" is at the top of that list!
There are flurries in the forecast for today. That's better than snow right? Not always!
It's April 1st, and we're still dealing with Winter Storm Warnings. Enough already! I'd like to say that this is the end of the snow, but there is a weekend system that needs to be watched closely!
Another day, another storm! This one is not in a hurry to move out! In fact, for many of us, conditions will deteriorate overnight!
I wish I could say that we are heading into a sunny, warm weekend but we're not. We should see some sun tomorrow, but Sunday is going to be messy!
Yesterday's storm was one of worst storms of the season. Sure there was snow, but the winds were wild too!
Yes, it's a snow storm, but there's more to this bomb than just snow!
Blizzard warnings, wind gusts to 100 km/h, storm surge warnings and Les Suetes Winds...it's a very well rounded storm, but not welcome so late in the season.
So, is this an early spring storm or a late winter storm? Regardless of what you call it, it's going to be a wild Wednesday!
We're still cleaning up and I'm already watching another snow system that's expected to move in tomorrow night!
The first significant snowfall of the season is not going to wait for winter to get here. And you shouldn't wait to prepare....
Road salt is an effective way to melt the ice, but not when it's very cold! Here's why....
Heavy snow, poor visibility and high winds continue to stream across Cape Breton Island..and it's far from over!
Winter is a week and a half away, but that's not going to stop Mother Nature from whitening things up again tonight!
An approaching warm front will bring more comfortable temperatures, but at what cost?
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.