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There’s Been Some Serious Flooding Cape Breton

Heavy rains and high winds brought flooding to many parts of Cape Breton, causing power outages and a lot of damage.

Check out some of the video’s of the flooding.






Monday’s rainfall blew Sydney’s previous record for extreme daily rainfall out of the water when 128.8 millimetres fell on Aug. 17, 1981.

The unofficial rainfall numbers from Environment Canada, in millimetres, as of 3 a.m. AT on Tuesday:

  • Baccaro Point: 72.9
  • Bedford Range: 70.7
  • Brier Island: 38.1
  • Caribou Point: 113.9
  • Cheticamp: 114.4
  • Collegeville: 120.7
  • Debert: 74.8
  • Eskasoni: 199.3
  • Greenwood: 64.8
  • Halifax International Airport: 102.8
  • Ingonish Beach: 123.6
  • Kejimkujik: 62
  • Kentville: 82.8
  • Malay Falls: 109.2
  • Nappan: 61.8
  • New Ross: 75.5
  • North Mountain: 111.1
  • Northeast Margaree: 106.2
  • Osborne Head: 109.4
  • Parrsboro: 52.8
  • Port Hawkesbury: 129.2
  • Shearwater Jetty: 93.5
  • Sydney: 224.8
  • Sydney Airport: 136.8
  • Tracadie: 116.7
  • Upper Stewiacke: 79.4
  • Western Head: 74.5
  • Yarmouth Airport: 49.2
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