Tropical Storm Lee Alert for Tantramar
Environment Canada has issued a tropical storm watch and rainfall warning for parts of Atlantic Canada, with a particular focus on Southeast New Brunswick. While initially classified as a hurricane, Lee is now predicted to be a tropical storm by the time it reaches us, bringing high winds and significant rainfall from Saturday through Sunday night.
What to Expect:
- Heavy Winds & Rainfall: Ensure loose items on your property are secured, clear out downspouts, and have a 72-hour emergency preparedness kit ready. Need guidance on assembling a 72-hour kit? Find details here.
- Potential Flooding & Road Closures: There’s a possibility of flooding in certain areas. Please be cautious when traveling and avoid waterlogged roads. We’ll be updating any road closures or other critical information on our social media channels.
For real-time updates and important announcements regarding Tropical Storm Lee, please keep an eye on our official social media channels and the Voyent Alert system. If you haven’t registered for Voyent Alert yet, now is a great time to do so here. Additionally, you can stay updated with storm alerts via Environment Canada or the New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization.
Our Communications team, Fire Department, RCMP, and Public Works Department are all on standby, ready to respond as needed.
Stay safe and take all necessary precautions.