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Canadian Hurricane Centre watching Fiona as it tracks towards east coast

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Canadian Hurricane Centre said it is monitoring Hurricane Fiona, although it’s too early to predict any detailed impacts.Fiona’s track shows it could affect Nova Scotia and Newfoundland by this weekend.

Hurricane Fiona rips through Puerto Rico, unleashes landslides, knocks out power Yesterday, the hurricane struck Puerto Rico’s southwest coast — unleashing landslides, knocking out power, and ripping up asphalt from roads.Forecasters said the storm would cause massive flooding and threatened to dump “historic” levels of rain, with up to 76 centimeters possible in some areas.A state of emergency was declared in the U.S.

territory as the eye of the storm approached the island.Fiona was centered about 15 kilometers southeast of Samana in the Dominican Republic, with maximum sustained winds of 140 km/h on Monday morning, according to the U.S.

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