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Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

A chance of flurries today
Thousands in N.S. without power; many in dark until around noon Wednesday

Thousands in N.S. without power; many in dark until around noon Wednesday

Hundreds of Nova Scotia Power crews will spend Boxing Day stitching together power lines snapped by a winter storm that brought damaging winds to Atlantic Canada on Christmas Day
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Chance of flurries today
Downed power lines close Pleasant Street <b>(7:45 p.m. update)</b>

Downed power lines close Pleasant Street (7:45 p.m. update)

At this time, weather related incidents are being responded to by police only if there is a public or personal safety risk or a blockage of a main artery
More than 81,000 customers without power

More than 81,000 customers without power

The winds are bringing trees down onto lines, and causing significant damage to the electricity system
High winds, up to 110 km/h, should settle down over night

High winds, up to 110 km/h, should settle down over night

Large waves causing heavy pounding surf will combine to give higher than normal water levels along shorelines
One youth, three adults charged with robbery

One youth, three adults charged with robbery

The victim was a 67-year-old man
Stabbing incident under investigation after police called to hospital

Stabbing incident under investigation after police called to hospital

The victim attended Dartmouth General Hospital with non life threatening injuries
Break and enter reported at vape shop

Break and enter reported at vape shop

A large amount of vape juice, cigars and cash were stolen
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Winds are gusty and stronger in the afternoon and we'll see some snow in the morning.
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