Parts of Nova Scotia could be exposed to damaging winds and heavy rain Wednesday evening
Environment Canada warns that parts of the province, including the Halifax area, could experience heavy rain and winds of up to 100 km/h from Wednesday evening to Thursday morning.
Weather system could cause power outages and dangerous driving conditions, agency says
Environment Canada says parts of Nova Scotia, including the Halifax area, could experience damaging winds and heavy rain from Wednesday evening through Thursday morning.
The agency issued weather warnings along the coast from Yarmouth to Guysborough counties.
It indicates that a cold front is approaching which could bring southerly winds up to 100 km/h, as well as up to 60 millimeters of rain.
Meanwhile, in Cape Breton, Inverness County, from Mabou north, could face winds of up to 130 km/h.
The agency advises that power outages, downed tree limbs and dangerous driving conditions are possible.
Wind and rain warnings could be extended as the cold front approaches, it says.