Snow, Rain, and Strong Wind Summary for New Brunswick

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Friday, January 11, 2019
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The low pressure system that impacted Atlantic Canada brought snow, rain, and strong wind to New Brunswick on Wednesday.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by Environment Canada as of 4:00 am January 10.

Summary of rainfall in millimetres: 
  • Grand Manan: 30 mm
  • Saint John: 25 mm
  • Point Lepreau: 24 mm
  • Fundy Park: 19 mm
  • St. Stephen: 13 mm
  • Mechanic Settlement: 6 mm
  • Fredericton: 5 mm
  • Moncton: 5 mm
  • Bouctouche: 5 mm
  • Gagetown: 3 mm

Summary of snowfall in centimetres: 
  • Miramichi 20 to 55 cm
  • Bas Caraquet: 34 to 44 cm
  • Red Pines: 33 cm
  • McNamee: 33 cm
  • Millville: 30 cm
  • Bathurst: 28 cm
  • Kouchibouguac: 28 cm
  • Doaktown: 27 cm
  • Shediac: 27 cm
  • Fundy Park: 26 cm
  • Charlo: 24 cm
  • St-Quentin 23 cm
  • Madawaska, Maine: 23 cm
  • Moncton: 21 cm
  • Bouctouche: 20 cm
  • Dorchester: 20 cm
  • Mechanic Settlement: 18 cm
  • Fredericton: 15 cm
  • Gagetown: 9 cm
  • Saint John: 5 cm
  • St. Stephen: 2 cm

Peak wind gusts in kilometers per hour: 
  • Miscou Island 83 km/h
  • Bathurst 74 km/h
  • Miramichi 67 km/h
  • Saint John 67 km/h

Based on ECCC Data



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