Trees and power lines are stressed. The NTV News Weather Photo Contest started today! Wind warnings are up for the eastern half of the Island. 9,229 photos were posted by other people. Create New Account. Fair driving conditions. @MurphTWN @NicoleKarkic #atlstorm pic.twitter.com/0U7AOyoRky, Officially lost power at the @NSCCIvany campus #NSStorm pic.twitter.com/yzlsHNVjeF, What happened lastnight? You *must* enter the contest through the website. For full rules, click on the “rules” link when entering the contest! or. This low will also have a core of high winds with it, called a low level jet streak.
According to officials, restoration efforts have been challenging in areas that saw trees "contacting power lines and downed wires." The weather across NL will vary from place to place today, but generally here's how it will go: Eastern and Central regions of... Jump to. This system met "weather bomb" criteria as its central pressure fell 24 millibars in 24 hours in a process known as explosive cyclogenesis, and its effects were plain to see: Very strong winds reaching hurricane-strength in some cases. @MurphTWN @weathernetwork @EddieSheerr @rcbstormpost #nlwx pic.twitter.com/mnvEFw6JGQ, Damaging winds in southwest Newfoundland this morning. #nlwx #StormReadyNL pic.twitter.com/bV6l0NxHiw, Huge waves crashing in in Port Aux Basques #nlwx #atlstorm pic.twitter.com/KDhbLzvQK7, © 2020 The Weather Network Pelmorex Weather Networks. ", Absolute destruction from the storm surge in Schooner Pond, Donkin, Nova Scotia. Find out with The Weather Network’s 2019 Winter Forecast | FORECAST & MAPS HERE. English (US) Español; Français (France) 中文(简体) Meteorologist Eddie Sheerr, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. Press alt + / to open this menu. BREAKING: The roof has blown off the Harbourview Restaurant in Port Aux Basques #nlwx @weathernetwork pic.twitter.com/NgqHt5WNbj, Before and after of the Harbour Restaurant in Channel-Port Aux Basques #nlwx pic.twitter.com/irASXMsnDI. As a result of the onslaught, hundreds of thousands were without power across the Maritimes by the morning hours and at one point, some 50 per cent of Nova Scotia was in the dark. #NLwx”