Now a post-tropical storm, Teddy lands in Nova Scotia
Teddy made landfall over the Eastern Shore around 7:30 a.m. about 2 hours ahead of schedule
Teddy has arrived in Nova Scotia as a post-tropical storm, bringing plenty of wind and rain for the province on Wednesday.
It made landfall in the Sheet Harbour area on the province's Eastern Shore around 7:30 a.m. AT, according to CBC meteorologist Tina Simpkin. It had picked up forward speed early Wednesday to arrive about two hours ahead of schedule.
Those on the left side of the storm track will get the heaviest rain, while the right side will have the strongest winds.