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Storm surge warning for Annapolis County

Environment Canada has issued a storm surge warning tonight for Annapolis County along the Bay of Fundy shore.
Environment Canada has issued a storm surge warning tonight for Annapolis County along the Bay of Fundy shore.

Environment Canada has issued a storm surge warning for Annapolis County along the Bay of Fundy shore for tonight.

“Higher than normal water levels with large waves are expected near the coast,” the warning said. “A very high run of tides is expected tonight in the Bay of Fundy. This combined with a storm surge of about 30 centimetres will lead to local flooding along the shoreline in Nova Scotia, mainly those exposed to westerly winds.”

Environemt Canada said flooding that will occur will be very close to the predicted times of the high tides beginning near midnight, it said.

“Coastal flooding is possible along the shoreline,”.Environment Canada said. “High waves combined with the surge may cause damage along the coast.”
Storm surge warnings are issued when water levels pose a threat to coastal regions.
Environment Canada urges residents to continue to monitor alerts and forecasts. To report severe weather, send an email to weatherASPC@ec.gc.ca or tweet reports to #NSStorm.

“Higher than normal water levels with large waves are expected near the coast,” the warning said. “A very high run of tides is expected tonight in the Bay of Fundy. This combined with a storm surge of about 30 centimetres will lead to local flooding along the shoreline in Nova Scotia, mainly those exposed to westerly winds.”

Environemt Canada said flooding that will occur will be very close to the predicted times of the high tides beginning near midnight, it said.

“Coastal flooding is possible along the shoreline,”.Environment Canada said. “High waves combined with the surge may cause damage along the coast.”
Storm surge warnings are issued when water levels pose a threat to coastal regions.
Environment Canada urges residents to continue to monitor alerts and forecasts. To report severe weather, send an email to weatherASPC@ec.gc.ca or tweet reports to #NSStorm.

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