Hurricane Teddy Expected to Miss Maine
September 21, 2020
Source: WMTW ABC 8
PORTLAND, Maine — Maine will will avoid a direct hit from Hurricane Teddy but will feel some impacts from the storm this week.
While the storm will track over cooler waters and transform into an extra-tropical storm, it will still have the power of a hurricane as it heads north.
The core of the storm will be cooler and more like a winter ocean storm with a broader center of circulation.
Nova Scotia will see hurricane-force winds of more than 80 mph. The east of the center will have the highest winds and biggest storm surge.
As of Monday morning, it looks like Teddy will make landfall near Halifax, Nova Scotia midday on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, clouds will spread across Maine and it will be breezy. Any rain from Teddy would fall over Downeast Maine.
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