Post-tropical storm Henri moving over the Grand Banks and out to sea

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HALIFAX — The remnants of post-tropical storm Henri are moving across the Grand Banks off the east coast of Newfoundland.

The Canadian Hurricane Centre in Halifax says the disorganized storm is expected to degenerate into a weak trough before the end of the day.

Parts of Newfoundland’s Avalon Peninsula are expected to get soaked with about 25 millimetres of rain.

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Meteorologists say Henri did bring some gale-force winds to parts of the east coast of Newfoundland and to the Grand Banks where warnings were issued.

On Friday night, a vessel sailing about 200 kilometres east of the storm’s centre reported southerly gales at 76 kilometres per hour and seas estimated at 3.5 metres.

The Canadian Press

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