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An intense low pressure system is making it's way north east ans is expected to bring heavy rain and strong wind guts to much of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador.
Wind, rainfall warnings blanket Atlantic coastline

Atlantic Canadians in coastal Newfoundland, southern Labrador and the southern half of Nova Scotia are under wind and rainfall warnings as an intense low pressure system tracks towards the provinces.



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