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The Weather Network 18m
We have officially moved on to the list of Greek Alphabet storm names for the Atlantic basin, with the formation of , a subtropical storm near the coast of Portugal.
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The Weather Network 55m
Now that fall is nearly underway, what's to become of your vegetable garden? caught up with gardener to get to the root of the question 🥬🍅🥕
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The Weather Network 2h
While the track of is still uncertain, remnants of will bring significant wind and rain to Newfoundland this weekend. Localized amounts of 150+mm are possible, along with 90-100 km/h wind gusts.
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The Weather Network 2h
Fall lovers will be happy to hear that an extended autumn is expected for most of Canada this year 🍂 Meteorologist has your coast-to-coast highlights of our 2020 👇
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NOAA Aircraft Operations Center 3h
OVER THE ATLANTIC OCEAN- More views from within the eye of Hurricane on 's WP-3D Orion "Kermit" during the Sept. 17, 2020 research mission. Credit: Lt. Rannenberg, NOAA Corps. Follow for latest forecast.
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The Weather Network 3h
Tropical Storm has formed in the eastern Atlantic Ocean. We've reached the end of the list of 2020 Atlantic names, which means any new storms will be named using the Greek alphabet.
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Bill Ault 7h
And so begins the frosty season in Eastern Ontario.
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The Weather Network 3h
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The Weather Network 4h
Atlantic Canadians are no strangers to the impacts of tropical storms, and with potential looming for Hurricane to arrive next week brings us a few tips to help prepare for a major storm.
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The Weather Network 4h
Of the potential scenarios taking shape for the track of Hurricane , one would see Teddy come to the Maritimes as a Category 1 hurricane next week.
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Nathan Coleman 5h
People in filling up their propane tanks in advance of
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Chris Murphy TWN 6h
Along with amounts exceeding 100 mm, particularly between & , there will be strong wind overnight & into tomorrow morning. Potential for to exceed 100 km/hr. Skies clear, temps fall, wind eases Saturday pm.
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The Weather Network 16h
The combination of wildfire smoke and clouds gliding past the moon make for an eerie night sky over Vancouver Island. 📹: Doug MacCormack, Victoria, British Columbia
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The Weather Network 18h
A new study finds that human activity is causing the planet to warm at a rate that has not been seen since the extinction of dinosaurs.
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The Weather Network 18h
Everybody arribada 🐢🐢 The Spanish word meaning "arrival by sea" is used to describe the mass nesting of Kemp's Ridley and Olive Ridley sea turtles every September on a beach in Costa Rica.
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The Weather Network 20h
It's estimated that 42,000 tonnes of fine-particulate matter are meandering in the air around Victoria, British Columbia during this latest smoke outbreak.
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Tyler Hamilton 20h
DISCLAIMER: This might actually hypnotize you. But, for real, Hurricane Teddy wants to make a run at Cat 5 the next several hours...
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The Weather Network 21h
This photo shoot was a golden opportunity to capture some cuties in the outdoors 💙🐾 Share your animal photos & videos using for a chance to be featured on TV! 📸: Wina Cameron-Reid, Abraham Lake, Alberta
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The Weather Network 22h
More than 500,000 people were without power across Alabama and Florida early Thursday after Hurricane caused widespread damage and flooding. Footage by storm chaser captures the storm's wrath in Pensacola, Florida.
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Nathan Coleman 22h
The rain farmers needed is coming, and then some for parts of NL with potential for localized flooding
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