I made Liverpool at about dawn. It is a small harbor dominated by a paper manufacturing company. I am currently anchored off their site. There is a marina next to the plant, but when I went in at about high tide I was only seeing 5 feet of water under the keel. The tidal range here is 10 feet so even if there was water at the dock I would be locked in until the next high tide. Fortunately I have enough fuel between the main tank and the jerry cans to make it to Halifax even if I have to motor the entire way.
At the moment it is not raining (but of course it is foggy.) A second storm is predicted to pass thru this afternoon so I intend to wait it out and then set off for Halifax tonight with an arrival during the daylight hours tomorrow. I will let you know how it works out.