It didn't quite hit with the force of a hurricane, but post-tropical storm Arthur left plenty of damage after it hit Eastern Canada on Saturday.
The storm brought heavy rain and winds that blew at over 116 kilometres per hour.
It also knocked out power for over 100,000 customers and left many without electricity into Monday.
Photos from the storm show fallen trees and power lines in Fredericton, N.B. Others show massive waves lapping up against the shore in Nova Scotia.
Here are some of the most stunning images showing Arthur's force and its aftermath.
Here's an idea of what we're battling to restore power- this big guy was spotted near the Fredericton airport pic.twitter.com/vOTyFnVzSQ— NB Power (@NB_Power) July 7, 2014
Saint John, N.B.:
So much rain coming down in Saint John right now. That lake used to be Fairville Blvd. pic.twitter.com/1MG9xMxdGo— Emily Baron Cadloff (@EmilyBat) July 5, 2014
Meanwhile in at the Walmart in Saint John.... pic.twitter.com/Tu8iafJHrx— Becca Goldie (@BeccaHeartsEggs) July 5, 2014
Eastern Passage, N.S.:
Peggy's Cove, N.S.:
Arthur-driven waves crash over rocks at Peggy's Cove. pic.twitter.com/ipZ3MHhs0j— Ross Lord (@rlordglobal) July 5, 2014
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