On September 9, Hurricane Larry passed east of Bermuda, unleashing only a glancing blow. However, it delivered a much stronger impact on its next target, the island of Newfoundland. Over the weekend, it brought hurricane-force winds, pounding seas, and heavy rain. The giant storm is expected to continue stirring up trouble along the United States’ East Coast. In Canada, parts of St. John’s lost power, and trees were uprooted. Strong wind gusts were observed on a lighthouse in Cape St. Mary’s. Larry won’t stop generating large swells which will, in turn, create strong rip currents along the Atlantic coast of the US.