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We all love to see the sun in the summer, but we do need some rain too. Parts of our region are extremely dry!
We don't often have to worry about frost in July, but it happens... and it almost did in some parts of our region early this morning.
Tomorrow is July 15th. Grandma held her breath... rain on that date was a sign....
Weather patterns across the country are in a holding pattern thanks to some very warm air out west.
We've been through stretches of weather where we hardly see the sun for clouds! But are we under the same clouds the entire time?
A thunderstorm rolled through and left this roll cloud behind...
I'm a big fan of clouds. they come in all shapes and sizes! Late last month, Edie Garnier looked up and saw seahorse in the sky!
For most of us, the average last frost date is sometime in May, but some years, it comes much, much later than that!
Not all storms that develop over the tropical Atlantic are headed our way. No need to panic!
Have you ever heard of the Dog Star? Ancient civilizations believed that it could warm the earth. Today, we no otherwise...
There will be some wet weather moving through this weekend, but some Maritimers will need sunscreen! Here's my breakdown:
Clouds come in many shapes and sizes and some look much more threatening than others...
Clouds have been around since the beginning of time, but some of them are just being baptized now.
We can expect very high tides along some coastlines this weekend. Here's why and where:
We all know that summer is here.. but I've listed a few interesting "solstice facts" that might surprise you!
The summer solstice is only hours away. Here are a few things you might like to know about the first day of the new season.
Depending on the year, summer starts between June 20th and the 22nd, but some would argue that it started almost 3 weeks ago!
Yes, there was more frost in our region early this morning. Is this finally the last one?
We are more than a month passed the average last spring frost date, but... Mother Nature doesn't seem to care about statistics!
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!