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My dad the farmer always reminded us that you have to "make hay while the sun shines"! No hay to bale? Get outside and enjoy what should be a fabulous weekend!
Not all thunderstorms are created equally, or look the same. Thursday's storm over PEI was ominous to say the least.
Ligthning is spectacular when it lights up the night sky, but not nearly as magical when it strikes!
Sun, rain and meteor showers... it's going to be an awesome weekend!
Most severe summertime weather comes through late in the day. Today, Mother Nature decided not to wait!
Sunny warm weather is nice, but as Grandma always said "too much of a good thing is not necessarily a good thing.
We need some rain, but these showers won't help at all!
If it's nice and clear where you are at sunset, be sure to look to the west! Mother Nature has a little show for us!
It's warm, but it's not unusual. Ancient Romans even named this spell of steamy midsummer weather!
When it comes to the weather, it's hard to please everyone. I think this past July came close though...
Rain showers tonight, followed by clearing skies for a real celestial show tomorrow!
If you spot someone starring up at the night sky over the next few days, they might be looking for a shooting star!
When it's too hot to catch a wave at the beach, why not catch a movie at the theatre?
We're getting close to the Natal Day weekend... so I thought I'd break down the weather synopsis...in order to help you plan.
It's been warm for a few days now, but it's not quite warm enough to be considered a heat wave!
With La nina picking up steam, this was suppose to be a busy Hurricane season. It's still early, but it's been fairly quiet so far.
If the summer, when considering how warm it is, the air temperature is only one piece of the puzzle.
Clear skies and light winds in July...sounds ideal doesn't it! Not if you're a gardener in Newfoundland!
It's National Fishing Week and I hope you get a chance to get out with the family! Good weather is always nice, but the right wind direction is even more important.. at least according to Grandma!
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.
Cindy's Grandma has a lot to say and we're sharing with you!