Arthur Downgraded to Post Tropical Storm

Post-Tropical Cyclone Arthur Intermediate Advisory Number 18a
Nws National Hurricane Center Miami Fl
800 Am Edt Sat Jul 05 2014

...Arthur Becomes A Post-Tropical Cyclone...
...Strong Winds And Heavy Rains Continue Over Portions
Of Southeastern Canada And Down East Maine...

Summary Of 800 Am Edt...1200 Utc...Information
Location...44.5n 66.5w
About 50 Mi...80 Km Nnw Of Yarmouth Nova Scotia
Maximum Sustained Winds...65 Mph...100 Km/H
Present Movement...Nne Or 30 Degrees At 23 Mph...37 Km/H
Minimum Central Pressure...983 Mb...29.03 Inches

Watches And Warnings
Changes With This Advisory...


Summary Of Watches And Warnings In Effect...

A Tropical Storm Warning Is In Effect For...
* Nova Scotia Including Cape Breton Island
* Prince Edward Island
* New Brunswick From The U.S./Canada Border To Grand-Anse

In Addition...High Wind Warnings...For Winds In Excess Of 40 Mph...
Are In Effect For Portions Of Eastern Maine.

Discussion And 48-Hour Outlook
At 800 Am Edt...1200 Utc...The Center Of Post-Tropical Cyclone
Arthur Was Located Near Latitude 44.5 North...Longitude 66.5 West.

Arthur Is Moving Toward The North-Northeast Near 23 Mph...37 Km/H...
And This Motion Is Expected To Continue With A Decrease In Forward
Speed During The Next Day Or So.

On The Forecast Track...The Center Of Arthur Will Be Moving Near Or Over Western Nova Scotia In The Next Few Hours...And Over The Gulf Of St. Lawrence Tonight.

Maximum Sustained Winds Have Decreased To Near 65 Mph...100 Km/H... With Higher Gusts.

Additional Weakening Is Forecast During The Next Couple Of Days.

Gale Force Winds Extend Outward Up To 160 Miles...260 Km From The Center. A Wind Gust To 54 Mph...87 Km/H Was Recently Reported At Lunenburg Nova Scotia.

The Minimum Central Pressure Estimated From Surface Data And Noaa Reconnaissance Aircraft Observations Is 983 Mb...29.03 Inches.

Hazards Affecting Land
Wind...Gale Force Winds Have Reached Portions Of Southeastern
Canada. These Winds Are Expected To Spread Northward Over The
Warning Area Today. In Addition...Winds In Excess Of 40 Mph Are
Expected Over Portions Of Eastern Maine Today...Behind A Cold
Front That Has Overtaken The Circulation Of Arthur.

Storm Surge...Coastal Flooding Is Possible Along The Southern
And Southeastern Coast Of Nova Scotia Today.

Rainfall...Rainfall Accumulations Of 2 To 4 Inches Are Expected
Over Far Eastern Maine...Western Nova Scotia...And New
Brunswick...With Isolated Maximum Amounts Of 6 Inches Possible.

Surf...Swells Generated By Arthur Are Still Affecting Portions Of
The Mid-Atlantic And Northeast United States. Swells Are Also
Affecting Portions Of Southeastern Canada. These Swells Are
Expected To Cause Life-Threatening Surf And Rip Currents. For More
Information...Please Monitor Products Issued By Your Local Weather
Forecast Office.

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