Ryan Snoddon is CBC's meteorologist in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
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Temperatures are set to spring across the Maritimes next week
CBC meteorologist Ryan Snoddon says we can expect widespread temperatures in the mid-high teens and even some 20s next week.
Cloudy, cool and damp end to April, but there's hope for May
CBC meteorologist Ryan Snoddon explains why April will finish on a cloudy and cool note, and why there are signs of hope for the month May.
2021 was the warmest year on record in the Gulf of Maine
2021 was one of the warmest years on record across the Maritimes and northeast United States. One big contributing factor for record temperatures in places like Yarmouth, N.S., was offshore in the Gulf of Maine, where sea surface temperatures were also the warmest on record.
2021 was one of the warmest years on record in the Maritimes
CBC meteorologist Ryan Snoddon says the Maritimes has just recorded one of its warmest years, again.
Another winter storm headed for Nova Scotia on Friday
Environment Canada has issued special weather statements for 7 counties in the province, including Digby, Yarmouth, Lunenburg and Halifax.
Another storm to bring heavy rain, strong winds and flash freeze to Nova Scotia
Environment Canada has all of Nova Scotia under weather warnings as yet another storm is set to hit the Maritimes late Thursday.
Wet and windy weather expected in most of N.S. Tuesday
With many trees still encased in ice, wind will be the biggest concern.
Freezing rain, ice and snow to hit Nova Scotia Thursday night
Nova Scotia will see a switch from rain to freezing rain Thursday night with ice pellets and snow beginning to mix through early Friday morning.
Freezing rain in the forecast for Thursday night, Friday
Significant snow is looking set for most parts of New Brunswick and P.E.I., while much of Nova Scotia is looking at increasing chances of a significant freezing rain event.
Messy weekend storm bringing snow, ice pellets, freezing rain
Another weekend, another storm — and this one will have it all. Heavy snow, ice pellets, freezing rain and rain are all on the way for the Maritimes beginning Saturday and continuing into Sunday.