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Sunshine and heat can trigger thunderstorms, but those aren't the only triggers...
It's only November, and the Buffalo area has already received more than a year's worth of snow!
Snow or no snow, when roads are wet, and the temperature drops below freezing, is it really a stretch to think that it might be slippery out there?
Some of you have already delt with significant snow this season, but not everyone. That's about to change.
The weather can have quite an impact on our daily lives, but did you know it had a direct impact on the outcome of D-Day?
Winter storms don't have names, well, they didn't until 2012. Here's how that went down and how I feel about it....
There's another "wet" weather system heading our way. Unfortunately for some, at this time of the year, that often means "white".
Last night's moon was not perfectly clear but it was quite telling...
So much for easing into it. The first snowfall of the season was significant in some parts of New Brunswick!
Two systems will come together in the next 24 hours to form a fall Nor'easter. We can expect lots of wind, some rain and yes some snow.
There is nothing scary about the Halloween forecast, but the weekend weather could frighten a few!
Social media has its place, but when it comes to the weather and storms... false information can be alarming. Remember to turn to a reliable source for accurate weather forecasts.
Clouds are one of the most reliable predictors of weather. Cloud types bring different weather conditions, but did you know that the height of the cloud tells a story too?
It was an interesting week! Wet... but not everywhere. Some areas got much more rain than others. In fact it's been quite dry across northern New Brunswick. Not the case in the southwest. Here's a look at some of the numbers.
You might not get a detailed weather forecast by looking out the window, but you'll be given some very good clues!
Yesterday was breezy with a few flurries in the air. Too early? Exactly 40 years ago, some of us were cleaning up after a powerful fall storm!
Not all fall wind and rain events come with a name, but if things unfold the way I think they will over the next 48 hrs, we're in for a Nor'easter!
It's mid October and we're still wearing shorts. Some might say this is climate change, but it's all about something just off our coast!
It's been a quiet hurricane season in the Atlantic, but things are starting to heat up. Hot on the heels of Faye, Gonzalo is picking up steam..and heading this way!
If you live along the coast, the tides are a part of daily living. This week, they've been especially high!
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.