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Waiting out another winter storm in Sydney

James Walsh, owner of Doktor Luke’s coffee shop on Prince Street in Sydney, has a coffee as the fourth winter storm to hit the area in the new year raged outside on Friday. Walsh said he always opens his shop during storms as he lives nearby and wants to provide a warm place for people who have to venture outside. The high winds, which were forecast at upwards of 100 km/hour, were keeping people off the roads. Walsh said between 8-11:30 a.m., he had 10 customers. Sharon Montgomery-Dupe/Cape Breton Post
James Walsh, owner of Doktor Luke’s coffee shop on Prince Street in Sydney, has a coffee as the fourth winter storm to hit the area in the new year raged outside on Friday. Walsh said he always opens his shop during storms as he lives nearby and wants to provide a warm place for people who have to venture outside. The high winds, which were forecast at upwards of 100 km/hour, were keeping people off the roads. Walsh said between 8-11:30 a.m., he had 10 customers. Sharon Montgomery-Dupe/Cape Breton Post
SYDNEY, N.S. —

James Walsh, owner of Doktor Luke’s coffee shop on Prince Street in Sydney, has a coffee as the fourth winter storm to hit the area in the new year raged outside on Friday.

Walsh said he always opens his shop during storms as he lives nearby and wants to provide a warm place for people who have to venture outside.

The high winds, which were forecast at upwards of 100 km/hour, were keeping people off the roads. Walsh said between 8-11:30 a.m., he had 10 customers.

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