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Memories are still being made in Halifax

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By Nathan Coleman
Thursday, March 27, 2014, 6:07 PM

Being on the Halifax Harbourfront as a powerful Nor'easter intensified on Wednesday was an incredible experience.

At one point, the winds were so strong that my hat blew right off my head!

I was able to catch it before it blew away -- which is a good thing, because I definitely needed it for the rest of the day.

On Thursday, the snow had died down but the winds were fierce enough to knock over my camera.

The day after Atlantic Canada was hit by a storm that rivaled White Juan -- the notorious Nor'easter that slammed the east coast in 2004 -- memories are still being made.

NOR'EASTER RECAP: Stay tuned for a more in-depth look at Nathan Coleman's time spent covering this record-breaking Nor'easter.

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