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Weather Forecast

Tuesday, January 31, 2006

This is what we are facing...the power is already out in parts of the city. So we await it as well. If I am away for a bit it's because our power is out. Fingers crossed, as always. We are not being missed by this one.

From Environment Canada:
"Winds gusting to 90 km/h are expected tonight through Wednesday.This is a warning that potentially damaging winds are expected in these regions. Monitor weather conditions..Listen for updated statements...Total snowfall amounts in the 15 to 25 centimetre range are likely along the atlantic coast of Nova Scotia with lesser amounts to the north and west. Parts of eastern Cape Breton could see as much as 25 to 35 centimetres before the snow ends Wednesday evening.Strong winds also accompany this system giving reduced visibility in blowing snow. ...A run of high astronomical tides along the atlantic coast of Nova Scotia and in the mouth of the Bay of Fundy will be further evelated on the high tides Wednesday morning by a storm surge due to the intense storm at sea. Exposed areas along the atlantic coast of Nova Scotia and southeastern Cape Breton will also be exposed to very rough wave conditions at the shoreline with heavy pounding surf. The combination of high waves and elevated water levels could lead to flooding in places along the shoreline. Additionally some coastal erosion and coastal infrastructure damage is possible. In bays and harbours sheltered from the waves...The water levels will seem unusually high but less threatening although some minor flooding there is still possible."

  1. Blogger Romani Heart said:

    Wow!! Batten down the hatches!!!

  1. Blogger Neo said:

    Cathy - Try to keep warm! Get those candles ready!

    Peace & Hugs,

    - Neo

  1. Blogger Heidi said:

    Ugh!!!! Keep safe and Warm...This is a good reminder for me to stock up on candles and batteries.

  1. Blogger Aly said:

    Keep safe and stay warm!

  1. Blogger Anhoni Patel said:

    Now that's what I call a "Snow Day"!

  1. Blogger Michelle said:

    Holy Crap! Stay safe and cuddle your men!

  1. Blogger riskybiz said:

    5 degrees here and rain. Our January has been awesome!
    Stay warm and be safe!

  1. Blogger Connie and Rob said:

    Take care and stay safe.


  1. Blogger Meow said:

    Look after yourselves stay warm, and take care. Meow

  1. Blogger Chloe said:

    fingers and toes crossed. sending energy over (well my energy only, unfortunately, not sure if it can produce power)

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    Thank YOu for your comments and well wishes, friends!

  1. Anonymous Anonymous said:

    Very nice site! »

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