Such a beautiful season with reds, golds, greens and yellows on the trees and on the ground. Crisper days, changing winds, blue skies all make this a glorious time to enjoy Nova Scotia.
This year I created 2 calendars.
The Out and About Nova Scotia Calendar 2017 is in its 5th year. I love going over my photos from the past year to produce this calendar to enjoy throughout the year. It has become a family favorite.
This year, I decided to produce an Antigonish Town and County Calendar. We live in such a beautiful part of Nova Scotia and you may want to share this with your family and friends.
Both calendars are available online. Click on the link below the photos for details.
Well this has been quite a week leading up to spring. Storms back to back all week and snow banks mounting up day by day. The first storm squall was 24 hrs and localized to the Antigonish Guysborough areas. The 3rd storm lasted for 2 days with strong winds, blowing snow and 70 cm of snow down. The plows were busy and warnings for everyone who could to stay home. Schools and businesses closed for the most part. Since it was March break a lot of people had their travel plans affected. We are all looking forward to Spring which starts today – even though there are still piles of snow and more on the way on the weekend.
Ahhh weather in Nova Scotia is always interesting 🙂
It’s no wonder that the weather is a topic of conversation in Nova Scotia. In the past 3 weeks since the beginning of January 2014 we have seen province wide swings in the weather.
It started out with a blizzard – a total white out. This was followed by freezing rain and extreme ice conditions where roads and driveways were like a skating rink. Low temperatures continued for several days.
Historical chart of January 2014 at the Halifax Stanfield International Airport courtesy of the Government of Canada
Then came the January thaw where we were back to spring jackets, the ground cleared, green grass and tips of bulbs coming up. It felt like spring – but don’t be fooled! Steady rain for 2 days melted most of the snow and ice. The rivers and streams had an ice breakup and swollen rivers and flooded fields and basements in low lying areas.
Last night, as predicted from the balmy day overnight we got 15 CM of snow – light powdery snow with huge flakes. Early morning everything has a fluffy blanket of snow and little wind so the branches of all the trees are outlined with snow.
Who knows what else the winter will bring but it is sure to be interesting. As I am publishing this there is a promised Nor’easter on the way to Nova Scotia with blizzard conditions. Will leave that for another day.
To check the weather
- The Weather Network
- Weather Spark – graphs and charts
- Weather – Nova Scotia Environment Canada
- CBC Nova Scotia Weather
- Nova Scotia Highway Cameras
Articles – January Weather in NS
This autumn morning in Antigonish was a perfect mix of crisp fall day, a light wind and changing temperatures that brought mist rolling into the valley and rising and falling on the wind currents. The green fields, reds and golds of the trees peeked out or were hidden by the autumn mists.
Enjoy the video