Hurricane Earl and Possible effects on Nova Scotia.

By: Hurricanes4life, 12:55 AM GMT on September 01, 2010

It has been slightly over a year since the last scare (bill), but earl should definately be taken seriously (as should any mass of weather that deserves a human name).Today's 18z run of the GFS shows Earl making a landfall in the south east of mainland NS at 974mb. Juan was 969mb at its peak intensity over the ocean.LinkIt should be noted that the angle at which earl is to approach NS is more favourible for weaking thatn Juan. However the water temperatures are high...

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