Hurricane rally could head to Newfoundland on Friday, but tracking is uncertain


Larry Ackley is helping to clear a fallen tree in a church member’s house in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania on September 2, 2021, following the aftermath of heavy rains and strong winds from the wreckage of hurricane Ida that struck the area. .. (AP Photo / Matt Rourke)

Halifax — Residents of eastern Newfoundland have been warned that a hurricane rally could affect the Avalon Peninsula on Friday.

Halifax’s Canadian Hurricane Center has issued a tropical cyclone statement, suggesting that storms will stay far offshore, while others move across the peninsula, including St. John’s. It states that it suggests that.

Major hurricanes were producing maximum sustained winds of 195 kilometers per hour today as they headed north toward Bermuda.

Forecasters say that as a cyclone valley approaches the Atlantic Ocean from the west, a storm can shift to a tropical cyclone, which can intensify the storm again, but there is a scenario. It doesn’t seem to be the case.

Large ocean waves agitated by hurricanes arrive Thursday along the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia and southern Newfoundland.

As a result, strong winds and large waves are expected later in the week in the Grand Banks waters.

Canadian press

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