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Hurricane season officially begins on Wednesday. Here's a look at how experts see the tropical season unfolding...
Did you ever see something off in the distance that looked distorted or out of place? Optical illusions are cool and so is the science behind them.
Most days, the "overnight low" is not recorded at night. Perhaps it should be renamed!
Friday the 13th can occur several times in a calendar year; this year it happens only once, and it's today!
Clouds are beautiful to look at! Sometimes, it's interesting to learn why they take on such interesting shapes!
We've seen the devastating pictures from Fort Mac, but nothing compares to the emotional words from this Nova Scotia dad.
Chances are you're not wearing shorts today; you can blame a fairly unusual weather pattern!
Some moms will get beautiful plants for Mother's Day. They might have to keep them indoors for a little while longer...
The colours of the rainbow don't only settle in an arc formation. Yesterday, many of you saw how creative Mother Nature can be...
Some clouds can bring rain or snow, trigger thunder and even tornadoes...while some are just pretty to look at!
The maritime provinces are not known for their incredible springs! This week looks nice, but with a sprinkling of flurries!
There's something not right about forecasting snow in mid April, but it happens! At least we know that it won't stick around!
While I often get blamed for nasty weather, my job does come with some lovely perks!
Today's storm is all about the wind and rain. Sunday's storm is going to look very different!
It doesn't feel like Spring in the Maritimes, but we're not the only ones shivering! Old Man Winter is not playing favourites.
Wondering what happened to Spring? We go north and west for the answer...
Mother Nature's timing is not great! We're heading into the Easter Weekend with a messy mix of weather!
The first full day of spring served up a nasty winter storm! Some of us got off quite easily; others, not so much!
This storm is a week in the making... and still on track to make a mess of things on Monday.
The one constant about the weather, is that it's always changing. Here are my latest thoughts on the developing storm...
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!