The remote Northern Canada region of Nunavut was hit with a major winter storm on October 28, 2022, marking its first blizzard of the season.
Fiona is expected to affect portions of Atlantic Canada as a powerful hurricane-force cyclone late Friday and Saturday, September 23 and 24, 2022, and significant impacts from high winds, storm surge, and heavy rainfall are likely, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) warns. Hurricane and Tropical Storm Warnings have now been issued for much of Atlantic Canada.
A giant hailstone was found near Markerville, Alberta on Monday, August 1, 2022, setting a new record for the largest recorded hailstone in Canada.
Three confirmed tornadoes touched down in Saskatchewan, Canada on June 29, 2022, as severe thunderstorms tracked through the Prairies.
Wind gusts near 195 km/h (121 mph) wreaked havoc in Uxbridge, Ontario, Canada as a derecho swept through the region over the Victoria Day long weekend.
A line of fast-moving severe thunderstorms (derecho) swept over southern Ontario and Quebec – the most populated part of Canada – on May 21, 2022, leaving roughy 1 000 km (620 miles) of damage in its wake and at least 9 people dead. It developed near Sarnia, Ontario late Saturday morning and tracked northeast over southern Ontario toward Ottawa in the afternoon.
An extreme spring blizzard, multiple rainstorms, and melting winter ice swelled the Red River of the North and its tributaries, driving them out of their banks and across a broad, flat floodplain. The deluge comes one year after the same region endured extreme drought.
A major spring blizzard is forecast to hit southern Prairies and parts of Ontario, Canada this week, with widespread snowfall accumulations of 30 – 50 cm (12 – 20 inches) accompanied by northerly winds gusting 70 – 90 km/h (45 – 55 mph) giving zero visibility at times in snow and blowing snow.
A low-pressure system tracking south of the Great Lakes brought significant snowfall and blizzard conditions to parts of Ontario and Quebeck, Canada on Monday, January 17, 2022, forcing authorities to issue the first blizzard warning for the City of Toronto since…
The third atmospheric river in the past 7 days is affecting British Columbia, Canada since early Tuesday morning (LT), November 30, 2021, bringing heavy rain and mountain snow. Significant precipitation continues to overspread coastal and southern portions of…