Storm Recap for the Maritimes

Posted by on Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Tuesday was a stormy day across the Maritime Provinces. Snow, rain, and mixed precipitation along with gusty winds hammered the area.

Below are the storm totals from Environment Canada:
Rainfall in millimetres:
Saint John: 37 millimetres 
Point Lepreau: 30 millimetres 
St. Stephen: 27 millimetres 
Grand Manan: 62 millimetres 
Fredericton: 21 millimetres 
Gagetown: 28 millimetres 
Moncton: 34 millimetres 
Sussex: 30 millimetres 
Fundy Park: 22 millimetres
East Point: 21 millimetres 
Charlottetown Airport: 21 millimetres 
Summerside: 18 millimetres 
St. Peters: 24 millimetres 
Harrington: 23 millimetres 
Stanhope: 25 millimetres 

Snowfall in centimetres:
Saint John: 6 centimetres 
Point Lepreau: 5 centimetres 
St. Stephen: 8 centimetres 
Fredericton: 12 centimetres 
Gagetown: 4 centimetres 
Moncton: 21 centimetres 
Sussex: 41 centimetres 
Fundy Park: 19 centimetres 
Mechanic Settlement: 40 centimetres 
Bouctouche: 29 centimetres 
Kouchbouguac: 47 centimetres 
Miramichi: 27 centimetres 
Red Pines: 44 centimetres 
Bathurst: 58 centimetres 
Charlo: 12 centimetres 
Edmundston: 22 centimetres
East Point: 6 centimetres 
Charlottetown Airport: 12 centimetres 
Summerside: 15 centimetres 
St. Peters: 11 centimetres 
Harrington: 12 centimetres 
Stanhope: 10 centimetres 

Wind in kilometres per hour: 
East Point: 81 kilometres per hour 
North Cape: 83 kilometres per hour

Based on EC Data



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