A Hurricane Blizzard?

Yes, it HAS happened!

A HURRICANE-STRENGTH NOR'EASTER BLIZZARD, UNOFFICIALLY KNOWN AS "WHITE JUAN," PUMMELED NOVA SCOTIA AND OTHER PARTS OF CANADA IN February of 2004, BRINGING WINDS OF 124 KM/HR AND UP TO 96 CM OF SNOW TO SOME AREAS. THUNDERSNOW AND SNOW ACCUMULATION RATES OF 5 CM/HR WERE REPORTED BY SOME WEATHER STATIONS. THE DEVASTATING STORM LASTED MULtiple days for many.

What Can I Do to Stay Prepared?

Having a way to receive real-time weather alerts is key to staying safer and more informed when it comes to weather.

The FREE In-telligent app allows Nova Scotia Weather Service to send you weather alerts first and fast so you're always prepared, no matter what Mother Nature may throw at us.

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