Hundreds of Canadians are in trajectory of Hurricane Florence and thousands more are in locations expected to be devastated by Typhoon Mangkhut.

Danger ahead for Canadians living abroad as bad weather is set to hit South East Asia, USA and Caribbean.


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Global Affairs Canada says that a pattern of extreme weather is expected to badly impact the United States of America and Southeast Asia.

440 Canadians are registered in the vicinity of where Hurricane Florence is supposed to reach, while an additional 3,446 Canadians living abroad have registered to an area that is potentially the site for the deadly Typhoon Mangkhut.  

Furthermore, a tropical storm in the Caribbean area, called Isaac, touching regions in and around Jamaica, is developing.  

The storm, at its peak, attained hurricane-level strength. But, while the storm has calmed, meteorologists suggest that the storm might galvanize enough energy to generate a hurricane.

Because of the Isaac’s looming threat over the area, another 149 more Canadians might be affected.

Consular assistance to Canadians is going to be made available.

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