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Tropical Storm Philippe threatens Bermuda before impacting Northeast and Atlantic Canada

Tropical Storm Philippe continues to fight adverse atmospheric conditions as it begins to trek north of the Caribbean. AccuWeather meteorologists, who have been tracking Philippe since mid-September – days before an organized system developed – say the storm will travel nearly 2,000 miles to the north, where it could strike Maine with heavy rain, strong winds and storm surge this weekend.

Localized flash flooding occurred on some of the islands of the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean as Philippe’s downpours hits this week.

As Philippe moves northward and away from the Caribbean, impacts will soon be felt in Bermuda. As Philippe churns forward, impacts will be felt in Atlantic Canada and New England as a complex weather pattern unfolds this weekend.

Stay Safe and stay up to date on latest weather developments!

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