Post-tropical cyclone Lee, previously a Category 5 hurricane, made landfall in eastern Canada on Saturday afternoon, bringing strong winds, dangerous surf, and potential flooding.
Post-tropical cyclone Lee has caused power outages and damage in areas from Maine to Nova Scotia.
Post-tropical cyclone Lee is expected to continue weakening as it moves northeast across Atlantic Canada. Tens of thousands of people are experiencing power outages in areas such as Maine and Nova Scotia due to the impact of post-tropical cyclone Lee.
The post-tropical cyclone Lee is also affecting parts of coastal New England, with heavy rainfall and the potential for flooding.
Despite being a post-tropical cyclone, Lee still poses dangers and should not be underestimated.
The Canadian Maritime Provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island will likely experience the worst effects of post-tropical cyclone Lee, according to CBS News.
The coast of Maine will experience tropical storm conditions and coastal flooding, while eastern Maine and far eastern Massachusetts can expect 1-4 inches of rain.
Coastal areas in Maine and Massachusetts may see significant waves as post-tropical cyclone Lee rages. President Biden has issued an emergency declaration for Maine, and the hurricane center has released a forecast cone showing the probable path of the center of post-tropical cyclone Lee, CBS News added.