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Meteorological winter is over. So, in terms of numbers, how did we fare? The numbers might surprise you.
Yesterday's near miss with a large Asteroid went relatively unnoticed, but last night was a different story!
Easter is 46 days away! It's going to be a busy time in Churches and a stressful time in my worldl!
Spring is 16 days away...but you'd never know it this morning; temperatures are 10 to almost 20 degrees below normal!
With near record cold temps across the region this morning, it certainly feels like winter. But winter is over....
Some might say that today is a great day: it's Friday and the last day of February. That begs the question: will March come in like a lion or a lamb?
March is only 36 hours away... but there's no sign of the end of winter thanks to a parade of snowmakers!
Atmospheric pressure is defined as the weight that a parcel of air exerts on earth. Changing air pressure brings weather changes and some intersting smells too!
Winter sports enthusiasts might be happy to hear that Mother Nature is going to add a fresh coat of snow to the icy crust we have now. The rest of you ...are probably not amused!
Friday night's warm front ushered in a lovely mild weekend....it also triggered some unusual winter weather!
The last, in a string of weather-makers will move through overnight..with winds, mixed precipitation and mild temperatures. Messy..yes! But the reward comes behind it!
It's beginning to sound like a broken record: more wintry weather overnight...making a mess of the morning commute.
I can't ever remember such an active season for snow "events". This week....we're in for 3 weather visitors!
The weekend storm was the worst of the season in NB and PEI, but many Nova Scotians were relatively unscathed.
Imagine, another storm! This one is going to hold off until the end of the day tomorrow...but Sunday morning could be challenging on the roads.
It's still coming...and it doesn't look very nice. This system is travelling with snow, freezing rain, rain and very high winds.
All eyes are on tomorrow evening's visitor. Winter storm Pax is due to arrive late in the day. It looks like many, but now all Maritime children can expect a snowday Friday!
Today, the various elements of the developing storm are becoming a little clearer...but certainly not any prettier!
In Real Estate, it's all about location. The same can be said when it comes to the weather. The exact location of the rain/snow line can make the difference between a blinding snow storm and flooded streets!
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.