Previously this week, Environment Canada announced that Hurricane Michael would make its way North across the USA, ultimately ending up in Canada.

Yesterday, Florida has issued an emergency evacuation in the preparation of winds, waves and rain that are devastating the coast of the state.

This Friday, Hurricane Michael will be travelling to Nova Scotia after developing into a tropical storm, confirmed Environment Canada.

The storm will bring a huge amount of rain to the region, which might cause dangerous flash-flooding.

As the storm moves northward, there is a little uncertainty since it might end up leading to even worse conditions to Canada’s east coast.

Environment Canada Officials are uncertain regarding how long the superstorm will torment Nova Scotia, while dangerous storm warnings remain a risk next week too.

Heavy rainfall and thunderstorm are likely in Quebec and Ontario as well, accordingly, it is reliable to declare that eastern Canada is going to be under terrible conditions for the rest of the week.