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Canada Hurricane Chris tracks towards Newfoundland

03:00  13 july  2018
03:00  13 july  2018 Source:   msn.com

Hurricane to hit Canada? Tropical Storm Chris likely to intensify as it heads north

  Hurricane to hit Canada? Tropical Storm Chris likely to intensify as it heads north Tropical Storm Chris, sitting virtually still a couple hundred miles off the Carolinas, is expected to become a hurricane on Tuesday and resume its journey toward the northeast, according to the National Hurricane Center .It was no threat to the United States, but Canadian weather officials were monitoring Chris closely as its probable path takes it toward the vicinity of the Atlantic Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland.Canada's official government weather agency, Environment Canada, began issuing tropical cyclone statements on Sunday.

Hurricane Chris is now heading towards Newfoundland , in Canada, after moving away from the United States. AccuWeather Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowsk said: "We expect Chris to track close to or right over the Avalon Peninsula of southeastern Newfoundland .

"On the forecast track , the center of Chris will pass over or near extreme southeastern Newfoundland later today or tonight." "Nova Scotia should be spared any direct impacts from Chris , other than ocean swells along the Atlantic coast beginning later this morning," said the Canadian Hurricane Centre

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Parts of eastern Newfoundland were bracing for strong winds and heavy rain as post-tropical storm Chris was expected to make landfall along the southern Avalon Peninsula late Thursday.

Rain warnings have been issued for the region, where up to 70 millimetres could fall by Thursday night. Wind gusts of up to 110 kilometres per hour were expected for parts of the Avalon Peninsula, including St. John's.

The storm, downgraded from hurricane status earlier in the day, was expected to come ashore between Cape St. Mary's and Plancentia, then track northeast across the Avalon, moving right over St. John's.

Tropical storm tracks towards Atlantic Canada

  Tropical storm tracks towards Atlantic Canada Tropical storm tracks towards Atlantic CanadaThe national weather forecaster says the storm is currently off the coast of Carolina and is expected to begin moving northeast later today.

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Hurricane Chris is on a northeast path, rapidly heading for Newfoundland . Chris is the second hurricane of the 2018 hurricane season, and the third named storm of the season. Follow the track on your free WKRG News 5 weather app.

Environment Canada meteorologist Justin Boudreau said the worst of the weather was expected to subside by midnight, with sunny conditions forecast for Friday.

He said wind speeds in excess of 100 kilometres per hour are unusual for St. John's at this time of year.

Boudreau said with trees in the area still laden with leaves, there could be a great deal of debris blowing around.

However, he said the fast-moving storm is expected to move out to sea after two or three hours.

Similar tropical air masses have produced rainfall rates of up to 25 millimetres per hour, so flash floods are possible, Environment Canada warned.

As well, ocean swells of up to eight metres were possible where the storm makes landfall, while other areas can expect ocean swells of up to five metres.

Chris lashes Newfoundland with high winds, 8-metre waves .
Post-tropical storm Chris barreled towards Newfoundland Thursday, bringing powerful winds, heavy downpours and pounding surf. The Canadian Hurricane Centre issued its last tropical cyclone information statement for Newfoundland early Friday morning as the centre of Chris moved northeast of the island and is "speeding off into the Atlantic." "Rain, strong winds and heavy pounding surf over coastal regions will end by morning," said the CHC in the statement. "All warnings have ended.

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