Dorian Atlantic Canada will be playing this weekend

Photo / Environment Canada / Canadian Hurricane Center
Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora

It is expected this weekend Hurricane Dorian strongly impact the Atlantic provinces in Canada, as reported by the Ministry of Environment through the Canadian Hurricane Center (CHC, for its acronym in English).

According to the report, Tropical storm warnings were emitarán on Friday, and on Saturday night the natural phenomenon would be in the eastern province of Nova Scotia, while for Sunday morning reach the waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence or Western Newfoundland.

The Canadian Hurricane Center warned that strong winds that could reach up to 120 Km / hour and storm surges would affect the provinces of New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and the lower north shore of Quebec, So they could cause falling trees, power outages and blocking roads.

For the Gulf of St. Lawrence, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island as much rain expected 50 a 100 mm. While in Nova Scotia, the waves could reach up to 10 meters, Saturday night.

The government through its website reminds citizens that “Prevent loss of lives and minimize property damage from hurricanes are responsibilities shared by all”.