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[VIDEO] Here Is Some Sub-Zero Science For The Cold Weather

Ever hear of the Mpemba effect? With the entire country is experiencing record-breaking temperatures this winter, here is a bit of cool science to go along with this extra cold time of year.

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‘Weather Bomb’ Heading Our Way

A weather bomb is heading towards…

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Things Extreme Cold Does To The Human Body

The human body is NOT designed to handle conditions like that, and when we talk about dangerous cold, we mean it.

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How weather affected Canada Day 150th

Post overview of this past Canada Day 150th festivities…

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Ottawa Weather Forecast Calls For Beach Weather In April

Monday’s forecast calls for a mix of sun and cloud with a southwest wind gusting from 30 to 50 kilometers per hour late in the morning. The high is 20 C (yes, you read that right) with a UV index

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Wicked Weather In The City

Ottawa, Gatineau and the surrounding areas are expected to see between five and 10 centimeters snow before the day is over. 

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Savvy Gardeners Understand Climate And Weather

Savvy gardeners keep one eye on the sky and the other on their plant beds. They give nature a nudge by understanding the climate, learning how to read the weather and then creating a landscape that fits.   “It’s interesting

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Future Summers Could Leave Heat Records in the Dust, Study Says

Average summer temperatures in the second half of this century could regularly exceed the hottest summers in living history without efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions, according to new research.   The study, published in the journal Climatic Change, finds

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How Is Your Summer Weather Shapping Up And Why ?

Weather pretty much affects everything we do as soon as we step out of the house, but why? Well, it is because El Nino events are having the strongest influence…

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Warm Summer In The Forecast For Most Canadians

The Weather Network is forecasting a warm summer for the majority of Canadians but warns that rainfall will be “highly variable,” bringing rapidly developing electrical storms to certain areas at times.   Chief meteorologist Chris Scott says Mother Nature will

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