No Major Damage From Lee in Southwest Nova Scotia
Above: Extra lines help keep boats at the Falls Point wharf in Woods Harbour safely tied up during post-tropical storm Lee. Kathy Johnson photo
Aside from some coastal erosion and downed trees, post-tropical storm Lee’s bite wasn’t as bad as its bark when it blew through southwestern Nova Scotia on Sept. 16.
Lee made landfall on Long Island, Digby County late afternoon, also touching down in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. Peak wind gusts of 80 to 110 kilometres per ...