Pic took wen it was warm. Thank u. From Tyler John.
Sunset from Winfield~James.
A glorious walk at Earl Rowe Park in Alliston Ontario.
Taken with my phone.
A walk on a cool & cloudy day where I discovered a Great Horned Owlet that had found its way to the ground, but did at least appear to be dressed for the weather.
Sunset at edmonton research park.
Polpar bay pigeon lake.
She was found dead after she walked out of her Montreal seniors residence in the middle of the night. Continue reading
Much of Eastern and Central Canada can expect another day of punishing winter weather. Continue reading
The storm is bringing a rare combination of heavy snow, high winds and extreme cold to many parts of Quebec and southern Ontario. Continue reading
The storm was expected to dump up to two feet (60 cm) of snow on the Northeast starting on Saturday evening, with snowfall likely to last until Monday in upstate New York and Maine. Continue reading
The nasty weather is leaving thousands without power and forcing wildfire victims threatened by floods to flee their homes. Continue reading
For any Torontonians and Quebecers who remember the “polar vortex” of 2014/2015 — it’s like that. Bitter cold. Continue reading
Lisa Dempster called 911 and says she was stranded for 45 minutes as cold water slowly seeped in. Continue reading
A man from Calgary died and his son is missing and presumed dead, after an avalanche caught the two snowmobilers near Invermere in southeastern BC over the weekend. Continue reading
The storm knocked out power to nearly 200,000 people in Virginia and North Carolina at its height Sunday, according to PowerOutage.us. Continue reading
The bodies of the men, aged 57, 36 and 32, were recovered Saturday evening near the ski resort of Lech, a few hours after the wife of one of the skiers reported them missing. Continue reading
At least 20 weather-related deaths have been reported in Europe in the past week as heavy snowfall continues to hammer the continent. Continue reading
Saturday’s deluge loosened hillsides where a major blaze burned last year in and around Malibu, clogging the Pacific Coast Highway with mud and debris. Continue reading
As Tropical Storm Pabuk slowed down, Bangkok Airways resumed normal operations and added extra flights to assist stranded passengers. Continue reading
Thailand’s first tropical storm in three decades killed one person on Friday as it slammed into the south coast. Continue reading
In 1989, Typhoon Gay left more than 400 dead. A tropical storm in 1962 killed more than 900 people in the south. Continue reading