Wind warning in effect (Posted at Dec 11 12:15pm)

As of 10:34 AM AST on Monday, December 11, 2023, a weather advisory is in effect for Nova Scotia. The region is expected to experience strong winds characterized by maximum gusts originating from the south, reaching speeds between 80 to 100 km/h.

This weather event will impact the entire area of Nova Scotia and is anticipated to persist from the afternoon well into the later evening. The primary concern associated with these robust winds is the potential for structural damage, including roof shingles and windows. Furthermore, there is an elevated risk of utility outages due to these adverse weather conditions.

Wind warnings are issued when there is a significant risk of damaging winds. It is imperative for residents to remain vigilant. To receive the latest updates and stay informed about this weather event, please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts provided by Environment Canada. If you come across severe weather incidents or have pertinent information to report, you can do so by emailing or using the designated hashtag #NSStorm on Twitter.”

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