‘Not Just a Hurricane’: Fiona Will Be ‘Severe Event’ for Atlantic Coast, Hurricane Centre Warns

As Hurricane Fiona remains on course to hit land in Atlantic Canada early Saturday, the Canadian Hurricane Centre (CHC) is warning that it will be a “severe event” for the Atlantic provinces and eastern Quebec.
“When looking at Fiona, you kind of get that sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach, and it’s something as a meteorologist you don’t get all too often,” meteorologist Tyler Hamilton said in an article on The Weather Network’s website.
“Fiona will impact Atlantic Canada and eastern Quebec with heavy rainfall and powerful hurricane force winds,” the CHC said.
This satellite image provided by NOAA shows Hurricane Fiona in the Atlantic Ocean near Bermuda, moving north on Sept. 22, 2022. (NOAA via AP)
As of the morning of Sept. 23, Fiona’s maximum sustained winds were 204 kilometres per hour, with the storm moving northeast at around 50 kilometres per hour, said the CHC. It will eventually transform into a post-tropical storm with heavy rainfall and powerful winds….

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