The Numbers are in for Newfoundland

Posted by on Saturday, January 30, 2016

PHOTO: Jan 29, 2016 | Kyle Brookings

A major winter storm slammed Newfoundland on Friday and Saturday. The storm brought snow, freezing rain, and rain to the Avalon and heavy snow to central and western portions of the province. 

The numbers are in from Environment on storm totals

Snowfall amounts: 
Gander Int'l Airport: 55 cm
Grand Falls - Windsor: 44 cm
Terra Nova Nat'l Park: 42 cm
Millertown: 37 cm
La Scie: 35 cm
Twillingate: 34 cm
Badger: 34 cm
Bonavista: 28 cm
Corner Brook: 20 cm
Burgeo: 13 cm
Stephenville Airport: 13 cm
Deer Lake Airport: 12 cm
Wreckhouse: 12 cm
St. John's West: 12 cm
St. John's Int'l Airport: 11 cm
St. Lawrence: 8 cm
Cape Race: 3 cm
Argentia: 2 cm
Rainfall and freezing rain amounts: 
Cape Race: 37 mm
Argentia: 28 mm
St. Lawrence: 20 mm
St. John's West: 18 mm
St. John's Int'l Airport: 18 mm (mostly freezing rain) 
Bonavista: 2 mm (mostly freezing rain)
Peak wind gusts: 
Burgeo: 141 km/h
St. Lawrence: 115 km/h
Sagona Island: 113 km/h
Port aux Basques: 113 km/h
Twillingate: 113 km/h
Bonavista: 106 km/h
Grates Cove: 94 km/h
Ferrole Point: 93 km/h
St. John's Int'l Airport: 85 km/h
Gander Int'l Airport: 80 km/h



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