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September 21, 2020
NOTE: Storm updates will be issued as needed. No further updates are expected today. If a press conference is scheduled, separate notes to editors will be issued.
The Emergency Management Office (EMO) continues to remind Nova Scotians to be prepared for Hurricane Teddy. Current forecast models indicate Nova Scotia is expected to start feeling strong weather effects Tuesday night from a post-tropical storm.
The following is an update on the province’s preparation for Hurricane Teddy:
Nova Scotians are being asked to check on their neighbours, to see if they need any supplies. This is especially important for the elderly or vulnerable. Also, make sure any summer yard furniture, equipment or structures are taken inside or secured.
For information on how to prepare for a hurricane and regular updates visit https://novascotia.ca/alerts
Follow EMO on Facebook and on Twitter: @nsemo
Power outages should be reported to Nova Scotia Power at 1-877-428-6004.
Susan Mader Zinck
Email: [email protected]