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Cindy Day May 17
Apologies for the delay. Technical difficulties have been resolved... Busy weekend coming up...before you make or cancel any outdoor plans, check out my detailed PM and time-line. Have a safe and fun-filled Day weekend:
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Cindy Day May 17
There are quite a few systems at play but....that doesn't mean it's going to all weekend. Click here for a detailed account of what's going to happen when:
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Cindy Day May 16
From flurries to .. it's been quite a week! Take in your hanging baskets, then click here for your detailed time-line for the Weekend:
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Cindy Day May 16
refers to the long-term trend of a rising average global temperature; refers to the changes in the global climate which result from the increasing average global temperature.
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Cindy Day May 16
Too late for frost? Get all the frosty details and "3 Things You Need to Know" for the Victoria Day weekend here-
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Randall Affleck May 16
Interesting article by . Tuesday temperatures 10 degrees below normal. No kidding. I was planting with my winter coat on and finally quit 45 minutes after the blood rain started.
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Downtown Dartmouth May 16
Downtown Dartmouth Food Crawl THIS EVE! 5:30 to 8 p.m. 20 stops offering food, drink and tasty treats - stroll around, nibble, sip & enjoy. Thanks to for organizing this event in downtown Dartmouth. Printed maps are available at all participating stops.
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Philomène  ツ May 15
My Maple tree knows it’s Spring!
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SHANE May 14
Point amour#IcebergAlley#lovelabrador
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Cindy Day May 15
We know what it was like here today, check out the highs and lows across North America. To find out when it'll start to feel like in Atlantic Canada, click here:
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Cindy Day May 15
Technically, they say there is no wind-chill when the air temp is above 0, but it's May and it's cold and it feels like this: !! About the ... check out a photo taken yesterday and one this AM... and get your morning update by clicking here:
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ruth hewey May 14
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Wonderful picture! I don't yet have a photo from our feeders but they were back here in Coldbrook NS on May 7.
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Cindy Day May 14
The hummingbirds are back in Antigonish County NS. On this cold and at times snowy afternoon, the Chisholms remind everyone to make sure their feeders are up and full. The little ones will need some energy!
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Cindy Day May 14
Sunny and 14 degrees in Stephenville NL ...only 4 in Halifax! I'll show you why and walk you through my weekend time-line- here:
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Cindy Day May 14
Yes ... ice pellets! Ice pellets bounce and make a tapping sound when they hit the window. Fun... but not in May!
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Cindy Day May 14
Snow pellets ;) Hail falls from a . Still pretty cool!
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Cindy Day May 14
Time for a trip to City! You'll find sunshine & the warmest AM temp. in Atlantic Canada! It's also quite lovely in Newfoundland. Meanwhile, there's some snow in my forecast for parts of the Maritime provinces. Bundle up and have a look:
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Wanda Boutilier May 14
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Cindy Day May 13
It is an optical phenomenon known as cloud iridescence.
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Cindy Day May 13
Yikes, only 6 degrees at this hour with a NE wind.
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