Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Weather Warnings for Liverpool,Nova Scotia,Canada

Queens County
3:53 PM AST Tuesday 26 November 2013
Wind warning for
Queens County continued

Wind gusts to 100 km/h are expected Wednesday afternoon and evening.

This is a warning that potentially damaging winds are expected in these
regions. Monitor weather conditions..listen for updated statements.

A low pressure system over the Southeastern United States is forecast to
intensify into a major storm as it moves along the U.S. seaboard on
Wednesday. The center of the storm is forecast to move across New England
Wednesday night and into Eastern Quebec Thursday morning.

Precipitation ahead of this system will develop Wednesday morning.
Intermittent rain will spread across the province from west to east during
the morning and afternoon. Furthermore the rain will become heavy over
western sections of the province in the afternoon and along the rest of the
Atlantic coast in the evening. Rainfall amounts of 40 to 80 millimetres are
expected by Thursday morning.

In addition strong and gusty southeast winds will develop over the entire
province during later in the day on Wednesday. Southeasterly wind gusts from
100 to 140 km/h will also develop to the Lee of the Cape Breton Highlands
Wednesday afternoon and evening.

The public is advised to monitor future forecasts in the event additional
warnings are required.

Queens County
3:53 PM AST Tuesday 26 November 2013
Rainfall warning for
Queens County continued

Rainfall amounts of 40 to 80 millimetres are expected by early Thursday
morning.

This is a warning that significant rainfall is expected or occurring in
these regions. Monitor weather conditions..listen for updated statements.

A low pressure system over the Southeastern United States is forecast to
intensify into a major storm as it moves along the U.S. seaboard on
Wednesday. The center of the storm is forecast to move across New England
Wednesday night and into Eastern Quebec Thursday morning.

Precipitation ahead of this system will develop Wednesday morning.
Intermittent rain will spread across the province from west to east during
the morning and afternoon. Furthermore the rain will become heavy over
western sections of the province in the afternoon and along the rest of the
Atlantic coast in the evening. Rainfall amounts of 40 to 80 millimetres are
expected by Thursday morning.

In addition strong and gusty southeast winds will develop over the entire
province during later in the day on Wednesday. Southeasterly wind gusts from
100 to 140 km/h will also develop to the Lee of the Cape Breton Highlands
Wednesday afternoon and evening.

The public is advised to monitor future forecasts in the event additional
warnings are required.

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