Hurricane Fiona has the potential to be a severe storm for parts of Atlantic Canada this weekend.
The hurricane will track northward and into the Maritimes late Friday and Saturday as it transitions to a post-tropical storm.
That post-tropical transition does not mean the storm will be weaker, but its structure will change. It will grow in scale and cover even more territory.
While the “cone of uncertainty” is still quite large, it’s narrowing each day. Forecast models continue to project landfall over Cape Breton or the eastern mainland of Nova Scotia.
While some uncertainty remains with the track and other details, the potential impacts
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