On assignment with The Weather
Network, documenting the landfall of Hurricane Arthur. Mark Robinson
and I were positioned at Peggy's Cove, where huge waves crashed
against the rocks near the iconic lighthouse. July 5th 2014.
Getting as close as I safely
could to the crashing waves, before they got TOO big.
Hurricane Arthur, Peggy's Cove,
Nova Scotia. July 5th 2014
Mark Robinson, filming the sea
in advance of the storm.
Huge, crashing waves.
Extremely rough seas, whipped
up by the storm.
Waves breaking over the rocks.
Peggy's Cove lighthouse during
a sunny break in the storm. Many tourists were huddles up on
A warning on the lighthouse.
A very close call for these
two. Many people have been swept to their death here over the
years. We witness two others getting knocked over by giant, crashing
More angry seas.
- Hurricane Arthur, Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia. July 5th 2014
Tourists taking a risk on the
In the wind, as the storm ramps
We had lots of wind and waves,
but almost no rain at our location. We did however, have a LOT
of sea spray from the crashing waves. this 10 hours of salt accumulation
on our car. A thick crust.