It makes me wonder what's coming next - an earthquake? a plague of locusts?
Nova Scotia has been hit by another disaster, the third in less than a year.
First was Hurricane Fiona last September. Then the wildfires in May and June.
Last Friday the sky opened and dropped over 250 mm of rain in central NS, much of which came in less than seven hours.
Luckily, I live in a different part of NS and we had hard rain but not to the extent central NS had.
However, my son lives in the hard-hit area. The basement of his residence flooded. He had to get the power company to shut off the electricity (it's hot and humid here). There is no way in or out of his area at the current time. Many roads and bridges are still under water. The tides kept the water levels high. It is hoped that the water may recede tomorrow. Only then will the full extent of damage be known.
Four people are missing: two children, one youth, and one adult. I'm surprised the number wasn't higher, but feel for the families. Their lives have changed forever.
Anyway, I just wanted to let you know what's going on.
(Climate change. THAT is what's going on.)
Here is a little map with more info on the rainfall: (sorry it's not bigger)
|Source: Ryan Snoddon, Meterologist (Facebook)|
I hope the coming week will treat you well.