Halifax , Nova Scotia - The weather is getting better!

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The weather is getting progressivly better - especially for the past 2 weeks.
We had rain it seemed for the months of May ,june and July and the first week
or so of August.

downtown Halifax 

 Halifax has always depended on tourist traffic . I hope people when they arrived in July expecting 
sun were not turned off too bad. We get 30 + plus Cruise Ships in our port each year. Many arrive
from such ports of call as New york.

Halifax Downtown

 

I suppose -people have to expect martime conditions like fog. But even I'm saying july

was too much!

Hurricane KATIA had better bless us by staying offshore next week!

 

 

Paul Viau is licensed to sell real estate in the province of Nova Scotia. 

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