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A large Christmas week storm will impact the eastern half of the country! Here's a look at what we can expect heading to the big day.
Wondering what to wear to midnight mass this year? A fancy raincoat might be your best bet!
Everybody is talking about a huge Christmas Day storm. Well, there is something developing.. but it's really much too soon to pinpoint who'll get what with this one!
This midweek storm is not going to be as intense as last week's, but it's still packing quite a puch....
Another midweek mess, but this one is not going to linger!
Last Monday, I was watching a developing storm over the American Mid-West, and we all know how that one ended. There's another one brewing but this one is not going to linger so the end result will look much different.
A developing east coast storm has its sights set on our region, but we're not going to fare too badly.
Sometimes, you meet someone who reaches inside and touches you. I met someone like that last weekend in Bridgewater.
The worst of the storm blew through overnight. Some liked what they saw when then pulled open the curtains, others...not so much!
The developing Nor'easter has started to push rain into the southwest corner of the Maritimes, but the real punch won't come until well after sunset!
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.
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.