The Emergency Management Office for the Municipality of St. Mary’s would like to advise residents to be prepared for the upcoming potential Hurricane Teddy to make landfall.

This system also brings potential for storm surges and flooding. Residents are reminded to please exercise extreme caution during this time and avoid shorelines.

St. Mary’s EMO recognizes that because of the COVID-19 pandemic comfort centers may not be as they were in the past. If you require assistance from a comfort center, please contact your local St. Mary’s EMO at 902-328-4099 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. 

In an emergency you will need the basic supplies and be prepared to be without power or tap water. It is recommended to be self- sufficient for at least 72 hours. For additional information on creating your 72 hour kit please visit

Residents are asked to stay safe during this time and check on your neighbor in case someone needs help.

Below are links to follow the upcoming weather:

Current Weather Alerts for Nova Scotia

Current detailed forecast for Nova Scotia

Current conditions for Nova Scotia:

NS Power:

Tropical Weather Outlook: