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It's not unusual to see ice in January, but it is quite rare for it to look like this!
This month's full moon made a brief appearance last evening. Check it out late tonight, behind the rain and clouds...
Some Maritimers woke up to something very odd in their snow covered fields this morning. A prank or a meteorological phenomenon?
Smoke on the water this morning... resulted in spectacular sights across our region.
Things look a little different than they did Friday morning. Here's a recap of the snowfall totals across the region.
if you're looking for sunshine this weekend, head north, but pack your long johns. Otherwise, wax your shovel and wait!
Over the next 72 hours, 2 weather systems will bring snow to our region, but not everyone will need to shovel!
Put down your umbrella and get out the shovel, there's snow coming.. for some!
It's a beautiful January day across the region. Enjoy it, things are not going to be as pleasant tomorrow morning thanks to an incoming mess!
Long before computers, I wrote in a journal and my very first entries were of course weather related!
We've already had snow and bitterly cold weather and it's not yet winter! That is about to change!
It's still coming... but the type of precipitation is still a question mark for some...
A weak area of low pressure west of Lake Michigan, could become our first nor'easter of the season. Find out why ...
A powerful fall storm near Quebec City, has many residents wishing they had taken time to get the winter tires on!
Seeing blue sky above is not uncommon, but it is more unusual to see blue sky through a large hole in the cloud!
The Lunar Perigee is when the Moon is closest to the Earth during its monthly orbit. The Lunar Apogee is when the Moon is furthest from Earth.
It's hard to imagine that the bark of a Beech tree could hold the answer to our winter forecast.... Grandma Says....
The storm that brought snow to parts of Ontario and the New England States, has changed it's colours, thanks to our ocean!
All low pressure system have the potential to be powerful storm, especially when they take on characteristics of a Nor'easter!
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!