CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — P.E.I. residents residing in coastal areas are being urged by the provincial authorities to take proactive precautions earlier than Hurricane Fiona arrives and brings with it doubtlessly historic ranges of storm surge.
Provincial officers expect a historic storm surge as excessive as 2.5 metres alongside P.E.I.’s northern shoreline throughout this extreme climate occasion and are calling on residents to be proactive.
“With Fiona being referred to as one of many strongest storms that Atlantic Canada has ever confronted, we’re urging residents to take rapid motion – deliver issues in, tie them down,” stated director of public security Tanya Mullally.
In a launch, residents have been instructed that Vital paperwork, important provides and drugs must be secured safely and available and that they need to be ready to maneuver out of the world shortly if circumstances worsen.
Residents needing further help can contact native authorities or 211.