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One month ago, some of us were still digging out from a 50cm snowfall! Today, at least in the cities and towns, most of the snow is gone. So where is all the water?
Public forecasts don't often mention the nighttime weather; this weekend, that changes everything.
It's much to warm to snow today, but it won't be Saturday night!
Some people know when it's going to rain: they can feel it in their bones. Grandma could smell it.. and now there's a word for "it".
It's lovely out today, but you and I both know that this won't last...
This year, finding the white easter eggs might be a challenge!
It looks like our weather will remain unsettled and cool as we coast towards the Easter weekend, and yes that does mean snow!
There's sunshine in the forecast for tomorrow...but not for everyone. Some of us will be reaching for the shovel!
I've heard a few people say we'll probably have snow on the ground until June. Well, not if we can keep the fog coming....
If you happened to be outside around 9pm last night, perhaps you saw what many Maritimers saw: a bright flash of light. No it was not lightning!
Mother Nature obviously doesn't have a calendar. I had my pink long johns on this morning... for my walk with the beagle!
Tomorrow will be the first full day of spring ..so it's only fitting that we get hit by a spring storm!
Snowfall totals are in.. have a look and don't shoot the messenger!
We can all hope this will be the last one.. but the way this winter has gone, I think we know better...
How much snow fell? That depends on where you live. The numbers range from 7 cm to 50 cm! Have a look...
Our Sunday storm continues to take shape. I wish I could tell you that it is going to miss us, but instead, we're in for a direct hit!
The last weekend of winter is going to live up to its name. Shovels at the ready....
Don't put away the shovel. I'm watching an "interesting" pocket of energy over the Gulf Mexico...Sunday is not looking good!
You can feel it in the sun and see it on the Jet Stream map... the pattern is changing!
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!