The Canadian Hurricane Centre will start issuing regular updates and weather statements on Hurricane Teddy beginning on Saturday.
The centre will also continue to produce graphics to show the track and timing of the storm which potentially could hit Nova Scotia on Tuesday into Wednesday.
#HurricaneTeddy is likely to impact Atlantic Canada on Tuesday. #nsstorm— ECCC Weather Nova Scotia (@ECCCWeatherNS) September 18, 2020
The Canadian Hurricane Centre will start issuing statements for #HurricaneTeddy on the weekend, and in the meantime will continue to produce graphical updates. https://t.co/jfvtd2Q1df pic.twitter.com/RKamoDummE
Teddy first developed in the central Atlantic last Saturday and it has since strengthened into a Category 4 hurricane.
As of late Thursday night, the storm was packing maximum sustained winds of over 200 kilometres per hour and located southeast of Bermuda.
According to Bob Robichaud, of the Canadian Hurricane Centre, Nova Scotia is likely to get some impacts from Teddy next week.