Not every passing rain system brings high water levels and flooding, but this one might in some regions. Heads up:
Last week's showers gave way to many lovely rainbows;there were even a few double rainbows. On Sunday, a white rainbow appeared in New Harbour NS. It's almost as rare as it is beautiful.
As last evening's cold front started to work its way south, a line of very heavy weather developed over the Acadian Peninsula and the clouds were out of this world!
On Sunday, I saw a man pushing a lawn mower...while wearing a toque. Today, people are in shorts and flip flops! Spring in the Maritimes!
Optical illusions are awesome...especially when you learn the science behind the show!
There's nothing like catching a glimpse of a shooting star racing across the night sky! Did you know you could see one and make a wish during the day?
I promises a break in the wet weather for the weekend. Here it is.. but it's not going to overstay its welcome. Wet weather returns late Sunday.
Just because you woke up to a dandelion free lawn, doesn't mean they are not there.. hiding in the grass!
This weekend's moon will be waning. Find out how that ...according to Grandma, should influence what goes in to garden!
Balloons are popular party favours...and a mode of transportation for weather instruments
The slow moving weather system that dumped more than 100 mm of rain over parts of our region,is still with us, but the area of heavy rain has shifted!
It's hard to miss a bright moon on a velvety night sky but harder to spot the moon on a sunny day! It's up there more often than you might think!
We're just getting through a wet stretch, but don't look now, there's more rain coming! A lot more...
After tonight, your raincoat and shoes will have a few days to dry out, before the wet weather returns. We could be dealing with localized flooding this weekend.
No other weather phenomenon can match the fury and destructive power of tornadoes. Residents of east Texas experienced that first hand over the weekend.
It wasn't a terribly difficult winter, but I'm ready to get gardening nonetheless. It's early, but it's never too early to poke around in the dirt.
When a cold front approaches, the temperatures almost always drop from west to east. That is not the case today. Here's why:
A house along the ocean shore....ideal, but not warm in the spring. Here's why...
Clouds can take on all kinds of shapes and many times, these shapes indicate what kind of weather is on its way!
Hurricane season does not officially begin here until June 1st. Arlene was in a hurry...