Scattered power outages remain in N.S., N.B. and P.E.I.
The remnants of post-tropical storm Philippe have combined with another low pressure system and the merger of the two systems is now bringing high winds and heavy rain to the Maritimes.
According to CBC meteorologist Tina Simpkin, the rain is heaviest in the west and will continue to push in from west to east. The wind and rain will continue for the morning and into the afternoon in Prince Edward Island, eastern New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
There are power outages in parts of the Maritimes Sunday afternoon.
In New Brunswick, outages were scattered throughout the province and peaked mid-morning when around 1,770 customers were without power.
There were more than 2,100 outages at 3:15 p.m. Sunday in Nova Scotia with most in the Louisbourg area.
Outages in P.E.I were highest early Sunday when more than a thousand customers were without power in the Summerside and Miscouche.
The Confederation Bridge added restrictions to crossings on Sunday morning. Vehicles towing trailers, motorcycles and high-sided vehicles including trucks, tractor-trailers, recreational vehicles and buses cannot cross the bridge to P.E.I.
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Northumberland Ferries has also cancelled all service between Wood Islands, P.E.I., and Caribou, N.S., for Sunday.
Marine Atlantic has made several changes to its route serving North Sydney, N.S., and Port aux Basques, N.L.
Two crossings at 11:45 a.m., one at 11:15 p.m. and another at 11:30 p.m. Sunday are cancelled. Passengers impacted by the changes will be notified of their rescheduled departure time.
Bay Ferries cancelled the Sunday morning crossings on the Fundy Rose from Saint John at 8 a.m. and Digby at 11 a.m. The afternoon schedule is unchanged.
Crossings from Yarmouth, N.S., to Bar Harbor, Maine on the CAT ferry were cancelled Sunday in anticipation of high winds and rough seas. Saturday crossings were also cancelled, passengers affected will be contacted by a Bay Ferries representative.
The last sailings of the year for the CAT are scheduled for Monday.
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