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CINDY DAY: Let's talk about Atlantic Canada's weather
Someone once said, “If it wasn’t for the weather, most Canadians couldn’t start a conversation”. I’ve been talking about the weather in Atlantic Canada for almost 20 years now and I’d like to ...
CINDY DAY: January thaw on the coldest weekend of the year?
I have great news to share with you: the worst is over! The “dead of winter”, typically ranging from Jan. 19 to 29 is almost behind us! Cindy Day is chief meteorologist for Saltwire Network OK, I’m ...
CINDY DAY: Beautiful bubbles of ice!
The weather rollercoaster has left the station, taking with it the wildly fluctuating temperatures. Those ups and downs had us dealing with more than our share of ice: it fell from the sky, coated trees, froze underfoot and made walking ...
CINDY DAY: Not playing the name game
I love it when people question things. When I logged in Monday morning, I had an email from Tony, who lives in Shelburne. Tony wanted to know if our rain and snow was coming from winter storm Jaxon. Cindy Day is chief meteorologist for Saltwire ...
CINDY DAY: A ‘blanket statement' about the weather
Someone once said, if we didn’t have any weather, most Canadians couldn’t start a conversation. That’s not too far off the mark. In 2014, a report by Influence Communication analyzed all major news stories of the year and ...