09/10/2013 10:52 EDT | Updated 11/10/2013 05:12 EST

Tropical Storm Gabrielle En Route To N.S., N.L.

With Tropical Storm Gabrielle looming offshore, Jose and Minerva Perez tried to squeeze in a few extra minutes at the beach with their children Manuel, 3, left, and Raul, 6 months, Sunday, September 9, 2007 in Atlantic Beach, North Carolina. The weak tropical storm landed at the Outer Banks with 50mph winds. (Photo by Jason Arthurs/Raleigh News & Observer/MCT via Getty Images)
A tropical storm that has reformed near Bermuda is on track to hit Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador Friday.

Tropical storm Gabrielle reformed Monday night. It’s expected to hit Bermuda Tuesday before heading north towards the provinces.

The storm could be classified as a post-tropical storm when it makes land, according to the Canadian Hurricane Centre. The forecast shows the wind strength could be 85 km/h at that time.

“Another system moving into Atlantic Canada will help to pull Gabrielle north,” said CBC Meteorologist Ryan Snoddon. “Overall, the Friday-Saturday-Sunday-Monday setup is looking very wet for parts of N.L. with a southerly pump of tropical moisture moving in, and Gabrielle included in the mix.”

Wednesday marks the one year anniversary since significant rainfall pummelled parts of central Nova Scotia, causing significant flooding and rivers to overflow in the Truro area.

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