Bermuda and Canada brace for Fiona as Puerto Rico counts cost

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At least six municipalities across island have areas cut off by storm which struck as a category 1 hurricane and has since strengthened

Bermuda and the Atlantic provinces of Canada were preparing for a blast from Hurricane Fiona as authorities struggled on Thursday to open roads for people left stranded and without power by the storm in Puerto Rico.

The storm was expected to still be at category 4 force when it passes close to Bermuda overnight and still dangerously potent when it reaches Canada, probably late on Friday, as an extratropical cyclone.

Continue reading… Source: The Guardian

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