Hurricane Fiona is heading towards Canada and a high alert warning has been issued for the province of Nova Scotia.
According to foreign news agencies, Hurricane Fiona has moved beyond Bermuda. Thousands of customers in Bermuda lost power after the storm, but there was little damage in affected areas.
Hurricane Fiona has sustained winds of 125 mph and will become a severe storm by the time it hits Canada, the U.S. Hurricane Center said.
The report also stated that due to the storm, Atlantic Canada and eastern areas of the province of Quebec will be severely affected.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau described Hurricane Fiona as “extremely bad news” and said it would have significant impacts in the region.