Hurricane Earl prefers Nova Scotia after all

Latest forecast has the storm shifting away from New Brunswick

click to enlarge Saturday morning Earl tracks between Yarmouth and Halifax.
Saturday morning Earl tracks between Yarmouth and Halifax.
There's a good news/bad news thing happening with the Earl forecasts. Friday night at CBC, he he was a hurricane on track to cruise up the Bay of Fundy and hit New Brunswick. Saturday morning, he's been downgraded to a tropical storm, but his projected track has moved smack dab over Nova Scotia.

click to enlarge Friday night Hurricane Earl tracks between Yarmouth and Saint John.
Friday night Hurricane Earl tracks between Yarmouth and Saint John.
According to the Stormpulse map Earl will be nearest Halifax mid-afternoon Saturday.

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