We are stocking up on supplies…water, candles, batteries, food, etc. etc.
Hurricane Teddy remains on track to pass through wide areas of Atlantic Canada on Tuesday and Wednesday, bringing fierce winds and heavy rainfall.
The Canadian Hurricane Centre says Teddy is currently a Category 3 system moving about 1,000 kilometres southeast of Bermuda with maximum sustained winds estimated at 204 kilometres an hour.
The storm is expected to pass east of Bermuda on Monday and begin to accelerate towards Nova Scotia.
Forecasters say when it reaches Canadian waters south of the Maritimes it will be a Category 2 hurricane, and is expected to transition to a “very dangerous” tropical storm as it moves though the region.