After causing devastation in the Caribbean, Fiona is gearing up for her final destination in Nova Scotia. Currently, she is a dangerous category four with 130 mph winds and minimum pressure of 936 mb. According to Dr Phil Klotzbath of the Colorado State University,'' Fiona is the highest latitude Atlantic Category four since Hurricane Debby (1982).''

Forecasters are calling this a 'Potentially Historic Storm', as impacts are expected to be significant and widespread.  Even though Fiona may transition from a fully tropical to non tropical system, a very large area of Nova Scotia is likely to receive wind gusts of 80-120 mph. With 4 to 6 inches of rain and 5 to 6 feet storm surge in the forecast, flooding could be another major concern. Residents are preparing, as impacts begin tonight.