Wild winds in the province are causing a tricky morning for many.
The CNA Prince Phillip Drive campus has decided to close its doors for the remainder of the day.
Due to physical damage to, and around, the Prince Philip Drive campus, the building will remain closed for the day to ensure everyone’s personal safety, this includes the Daycare Centre. For students with examinations scheduled your instructor will provide an update. #nlschools
— CNA (@CNA_News) November 15, 2018
Debris on the road due to high winds on Prince Phillip Drive have caused a portion of the road to close, and drivers are being asked to use an alternate route.
Due to high winds and debris on road, Prince Philip Drive is closed between Westerland Road and Morrissey Road. Please use alternate route.https://t.co/1QtoxovGmQ#nltraffic#nlwx pic.twitter.com/hM87IfRaTm
— City of St. John's (@CityofStJohns) November 15, 2018
Newfoundland Power is investigating a number of power outages all over the province, all due to severe weather conditions.
We are not out of the woods yet! Our crews continue to deal with high winds, white out conditions and poor roads as they work to safely restore power for our customers. Multiple large trees in power lines causing problems on our system. For updates visit https://t.co/0dcPezQpxh.
— Newfoundland Power (@NFPower) November 15, 2018
Robin Hood Bay isn’t taking the risk either, as they have closed their residential drop off today.
— Curb It St. John's (@curbitstjohns) November 15, 2018