Post-tropical cyclone Lee has moved away from Atlantic Canada after causing destruction and at least two deaths.
The Post-tropical cyclone, previously a hurricane, hit Nova Scotia on Saturday.
The post-tropical cyclone also brought strong winds and waves to the northeastern US and Atlantic Canada.
Due to turbulent wave conditions caused by the post-tropical cyclone Lee, a 15-year-old boy was reported dead due to drowning in Fernandina Beach, Florida.
Meanwhile, a 50-year-old man in Winterport, Maine, also died after a tree struck his vehicle during the rage of the post-tropical cyclone.
About 50,000 customers in Nova Scotia and 8,000 in New Brunswick were without power due to the post-tropical cyclone.
The Post-tropical cyclone Lee also caused strong winds and power outages in Maine, that affected 20,000 homes and businesses.
Some areas experienced winds up to 83 mph, causing trees to fall and damage to property. In New Brunswick, residents were advised to prepare for outages and to stock up on essentials for at least 72 hours as the post-tropical cyclone Lee rages in the region.
During the rage of post-tropical cyclone Lee, states of emergency were declared in Maine and Massachusetts, and disaster relief efforts were authorized by President Biden.
Boston’s Logan International Airport also saw a significant number of flight cancellations due to the post-tropical cyclone.