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Don’t mess with Bill

Tracking the path of Hurricane Bill as it hits Eastern Canada


 

The Eastern part of Canada is being hit with heavy rain and high winds, thanks to the Category 1 storm, Hurricane Bill. Already, 32,000 people are out of power and flooding is expected. Flights have been cancelled since the morning. The eye of the storm fell 75 km outside of Halifax on Sunday afternoon and is expected to move off the coast of Cape Breton overnight, hitting land in Newfoundland Monday morning.

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Don’t mess with Bill

  1. As a survivor of Hurricanes Andrew, Katrina, and Wilma down here in Florida I bought a house up in Cape Breton as a quiet getaway. Oops! Most important, hurricanes are survivable if you find a protected room in the house, on high ground, with a good supply of drinking water.

    For this one I find myself down here in Florida; good luck to you all.

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