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There are several different types of fog, but the one we experienced this morning, is a sure sign of a spring weather pattern.
Mother nature had us seeing red this morning, but in terms of today's weather, we are in the pink!
Clouds are very cool; if you look long enough, you can find all sorts of shapes in the sky. Yesterday, Cape Bretoners saw something quite unique!
We've been served up a lot of snow in the last 7 days! How much? Well, that's a tough one to answer and but even more difficult to measure!
I shoveled for almost 2 hours this morning, so I feel ready for what's coming our way Sunday night. Here's a look at last night's totals and a peak at what's to come:
24 hours from right now, some of us will already be dealing with another storm. This one will be very different!
A messy mix of weather is approaching from the west. Snowfall totals will not be excessive, but warmer air will bring an extended periods of freezing rain for some before the changeover to rain.
It's going to be a busy week in the Weather Centre and a tricky one on the roads for travelers...
Candlemas Day is a Christian holiday, so what's its connection to Groundhog Day? It's an interesting story...
Even before the sun was up, a magnificent shaft of light reached high above the horizon this morning. A little magic, and lots of fun science...
Friday afternoon, some people in New Brunswick heard a bang. Instead of dismissing it, they shared it on social media... and were surprised to see that many others heard and felt it too!
We're all familiar with ice cubes and after yesterday, ice storms, but have you ever seen an ice spike?
Storms don't only bring dangerous precipitation, they can also produce pounding surf.
The 12 days of Christmas have come and gone. Did you make note of the weather? Grandma always did, and here's why...
Frost comes in all shapes and shades.. but the loveliest of them all often looks like a fern!
We've all seen rings around the sun of moon, but have you ever seen a perfect halo in the clouds? It's rare, but awesome!
It's not unusual to see ice in January, but it is quite rare for it to look like this!
This month's full moon made a brief appearance last evening. Check it out late tonight, behind the rain and clouds...
Some Maritimers woke up to something very odd in their snow covered fields this morning. A prank or a meteorological phenomenon?
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!