The department has reported washouts at four locations across the Trans-Canada Highway, along with roads…
Tropical cyclone information statement for Hurricane Teddy, affecting:
Newfoundland and Labrador:
- Burgeo – Ramea
- Burin Peninsula
- Channel-Port aux Basques and vicinity
Prince Edward Island
Québec – south:
Hurricane Teddy will spread tropical storm force winds to parts of Nova Scotia today. Thereafter Teddy is expected to transition to a powerful Post-Tropical Storm as it brings heavy rain, strong winds and heavy pounding surf to much of the Maritimes and southern Newfoundland. The centre of Post-Tropical Storm Teddy is expected to make landfall along the eastern shore of Nova Scotia Wednesday morning.
Across Nova Scotia: wind gusts of 80 to 100 km/h are expected today, rainfall could exceed 50 mm, with isolated areas possibly reaching 75 to 100 mm, and waves of up to 8 to 10 metres are expected.
For southern Newfoundland, the largest waves, in the 6 to 8 metres range, are expected to reach southern coastlines on Wednesday.