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Record-high temperatures hit Greater Toronto Area
Record-breaking weather came to the Greater Toronto Area on Saturday as the city and much of southern Ontario eases into a warm March weekend. Environment Canada recorded a high of 17 C at Pearson airport in Mississauga on Saturday at 2 p.m., beating the
Another windstorm looms as clean-up continues in B.C.
As clean-up and restoration efforts continue in B.C., another low pressure system looks to usher in unsettled conditions for the weekend. Winds could gust over 70 km/h in parts. The rain is expected to intensify Saturday overnight, continuing for several
'Major storm system' coming to Ontario, Quebec, Maritimes
A storm system is heading north from the U.S., expected to hit parts of Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes later this week. The weather agency said the storm will be caused by a low pressure system developing over the southern U.S., which is expected to he
Apparent tornadoes tear through Florida, Mississippi
Suspected tornados touched down in a rural town on Florida's Panhandle and in Mississippi on Monday, destroying up to 10 homes, damaging a school, and sending fire crews out to investigate reports of residents trapped under rubble.
Arctic blast descends on Central, Eastern Canada
An Arctic blast has descended on Central and Eastern Canada, where temperatures feel like -30 to -45 C with the wind chill. Environment Canada issued cold or winter storm warnings on Saturday for provinces from Manitoba to Newfoundland and Labrador.
P.E.I. snowstorm dumps 51 cm of snow on Island
P.E.I. residents will spend Saturday digging out from Friday's snowstorm that dumped a reported 51 cm of snow on parts of the Island. Highways across P.E.I. are snow covered or partly snow covered. Traffic is running smoothly on the Confederation Bridge.
U.S. South, East hit by monster winter storm
A massive blizzard began dumping snow on the southern and eastern United States on Friday, with mass flight cancellations, several states declaring states of emergency and more than 60 centimetres predicted for Washington alone. At least nine people died
Eastern U.S. preparing for major snowstorm
Drivers in the Washington area spent hours in icy gridlock ahead of heavy snowfall that's predicted to arrive by the weekend from the Appalachian Mountains to Philadelphia and maybe farther north.
Delightfully mild' winter in N.W.T. thanks to El Nino
According to Environment Canada's senior climatologist, November was the eighth warmest on record in the N.W.T. And in the last week, 'temperatures have clearly been about a dozen or more degrees warmer than normal,' says David Phillips.
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