State of Emergency Declared in 2 Nova Scotia Counties Due to Heavy Rain and Flooding | Watch news videos online

A state of emergency was declared in Nova Scotia’s Inverness and Victoria counties because heavy rains were causing substantial flooding. The Canadian Atlantic is in the middle of a three-day storm, which brings heavy rain and strong winds. The great and heavy storm has stalled in the region. In Antigonish County, the forecast said 120 millimeters (mm) of rain could fall, and possibly 150 mm in “isolated areas of heavier rain.”

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