#Fiona is expected to travel northward and transform into a large and potent post-tropical storm by late Saturday, with the potential to bring 100+ mm of rain to parts of Atlantic Canada.
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— The Weather Network (@weathernetwork) September 21, 2022
There likely won’t be much golf played in Atlantic Canada this weekend as Hurricane Fiona churns its way towards the region and Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement. Fiona became a major Category 4 hurricane on Tuesday, with maximum sustained winds of 215 km/h. The storm is a potentially severe event for Atlantic Canada. Click here for an update from the Weather Network … Weather isn’t expected to be a major factor at this week’s Presidents Cup in Charlotte, N.C., where mainly sunny skies are expected with temperatures ranging from 36 C on Thursday to 24 C on Friday, 27C on Saturday and 32 C on Sunday … Scott Allred of Elbow Springs Golf Club won the PGA of Alberta Senior title for the seventh time this week after rounds of 69-68 gave him a five-shot win over Kent Fukushima and Randy Robb of Mickelson National Golf Academy … This week’s GNN Poll asks readers if the golf course where they work/play will be closed for the season a month from now. Early voting shows that 56 per cent of respondents said no, 29 per cent said yes with 15 per cent saying the weather will decide closing day. If you haven’t already, you can cast your vote on the GNN home page.