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June was a busy month in the weather centre, the complaints line rang off the hook, and for good reason. It was cool and very wet. Here's a look at some of the numbers.
While many were getting ready for fireworks to fill the night sky, the earth moved under the feet... of some Nova Scotians.
Any sailor will tell you that temperature differences create wind. This wind is not always warm ... even if it blows from the south.
While most of us were complaining about yesterday's cold rain, some maritimers were dealing with a late day hailstorm!
It doesn't seem warm enough to be talking about Hurricanes, but today is offiicially the first day of the Atlantic hurricane season.
Grandma says "no weather is ill, if the wind be still", but not all wind comes with foul weather systems. Another science lesson from Mother Nature!
We were always told that in order to see a rainbow, you needed two things: sunshine and rain. Well, that's only if we're talking about a traditional rainbow!
Did you ever notice that there are very few dandelions out on rainy day? Grandma did! Find out why ...
Sub tropical Ana developed before the official start of the Hurricane season. She wasn't much of a threat, but will bring us some much needed rain.
The snow is gone, the sun is warmer but is it too early for your petunias?
Spring brings potholes and dandelions, but also marks the return of the hummingbird!
You don't always get to see the moon and the sun in the sky at the same time. Find out why and when that happens.
We've all seen it.. a swirling gust of air in a parking lot or school yard. Find out what's behind the rotating column of air.
Milder nights are here, just in time for a show in our night sky!
After a cold and snowy winter, we were so hoping for a nice start to spring. Mother Nature had other plans...
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!