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Written by SOT.COM.AL 24 Shtator 2022
Residents in Canada have been warned by officials to prepare as Hurricane Fiona heads north after hitting Bermuda, the BBC writes.
The Canadian Hurricane Center warned that Fiona, which is expected to reach the Canadian coast by Saturday morning, could be "a historic, extreme event". Authorities have warned of flooding and power outages.
At least eight people have died so far in the Caribbean Canadian forecasters said Hurricane Fiona's maximum winds, now a Category 3 storm, were up to 195 km/h.
Tropical storm warnings have been issued for the Atlantic provinces of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and New Brunswick, as well as parts of Quebec.
Strong hurricanes in Canada are rare, as storms lose their energy as they hit cooler waters to the north and become post-tropical. But pressure in the region is forecast to be historically low as Hurricane Fiona hits, paving the way for a stronger storm.
Nova Scotia was last hit by a tropical cyclone in 2003 with Hurricane Juan, a Category 2 storm that killed two. Meteorologist Bob Robichaud warned Friday afternoon that Fiona will be stronger than 2019's Hurricane Dorian, which also made landfall in Nova Scotia.
"It will certainly be a historic, extreme event for Atlantic Canada," he said.