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We're heading in to the first weekend of Spring! Any plans? Why not take advantage of tomorrow night's clear skies to check out a few planets.
I'd rather not be talking about wind chill and snow totals, but that's something you'll have to take up with Mother Nature!
If you were hoping to get the snowshoes out one more time... I have great news for some of you! Most of you will not be amused!
Today is such a good example of how dramatically the weather can vary from one end of our region to the other!
Do you believe in magic? I don't but I do believe that science and nature can plan tricks on you!
While we wait for next week's storm, Mother Nature is going to send a "dusting" our way tomorrow afternoon...
Crocuses are blooming and dogs are splashing in puddles, but in just one week from today, things could look very, very different! March can break your heart!
March is known for its temperature fluctuations. This week will be a good example of that!
Many people reported seeing rainbows yesterday afternoon; a few lucky ones saw double rainbows!
Thinning ice is dangerous but gorgeous at the same time.
If you enjoyed the mid-teen highs over the weekend, you might not like what's in store for the end of the week!
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...
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!