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The Weather Network 11h
Monday is the ! What’s your favourite thing about the season ahead?
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Kyle Brittain 12h
The larches are golden, the lakes are blazing blue, and folks are getting after it!
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The Weather Network 12h
Summer is just about over, and the season was certainly one to remember! If you need a refresher, here's a look at our top weather videos of summer 2019 β›ˆπŸŒͺπŸ’¨
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The Weather Network 14h
The unusual scene was caused by a dust storm in Australia's Snowy Mountains.
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The Weather Network 15h
Toronto is set to join more than 800 local governments around the world in declaring a climate emergency.
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The Weather Network 16h
Headed to in Toronto this weekend? Drop by our booth to learn all about storm chasing from & β›ˆπŸŒͺ⚑
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The Weather Network 17h
While Tropical Storm is currently the only storm in the Atlantic basin, it may not be alone for long.
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Mark Robinson 18h
So, rust is no longer a problem for Iron Man thanks to the umbrellas! I think I may need this for hail protection.
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The Weather Network 18h
Here are 10 fall home-maintenance tips so your place is ready when the temperature finally drops below 20Β°C for good. πŸ‚
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The Weather Network 20h
How are you spending the last days of summer? You'll find Phoebe the English Bulldog hanging out in the shallow end β˜€πŸΆπŸ’¦ Video: Christine Lavalle/Facebook
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The Weather Network 22h
The early bird can have the worm. We'll take this sunrise instead πŸŒ‡
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Scott Sutherland, Science Writer πŸŒ¦οΈβ›ˆοΈπŸŒͺοΈπŸŒ¨οΈπŸŒ™πŸš€πŸ›° Sep 20
Looks like there's a bright pass of the International Space Station over southern Ontario starting at 7:58 pm EDT on Sunday, and lasting for about 6.5 minutes! Watch for it to start in the southwest, fly nearly directly overhead, towards the northeast.
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The Weather Network Sep 20
Don't be fooled by the "weakening" appearance of these storms. Radar beam is being attenuated as strong cells roll over Woodlands radar station, in other words, making storms appear weaker. Notice the drop and spike back up in intensity.
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The Weather Network Sep 20
Weather radar is a critical tool for forecasters to monitor severe weather as it unfolds, and it's apparently sensitive enough to pick up some 'un-weathery' elements.
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The Weather Network Sep 20
Birds are in crisis, and according to researchers, humans are to blame.
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The Weather Network Sep 20
After Friday morning's torrential downpours and flooding, another line of storms is bringing more heavy rain, strong winds and hail, along with a slight tornado risk to Manitoba
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The Weather Network Sep 20
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Manitoba Hydro Sep 20
Expecting another tonight with lots of rain and potential for lightning, hail and wind gusts of over 100 km/h. If your power goes out, report it at to help us get you up and running quicker.
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Tyler Hamilton Sep 20
Tornado warnings now issued south of the border, we'll be on Facebook Live shortly if you live in Manitoba.
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The Weather Network Sep 20
Adventure is out there! 🎈
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