You Won't Believe These New Brunswick Rainfall Totals

Posted by on Saturday, October 28, 2017
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New Brunswick has been hammered with flooding rains from a frontal system that brought tropical rain to western parts of the province on Wednesday and Thursday.

Below are rainfall totals from Environment Canada.
  • St. Stephen: 174 mm
  • Brockway: 164 mm
  • Bartel Settlement: 143 mm
  • Oak Hills: 128 mm
  • Kagout Brook: 121 mm
  • Bayles Lake: 119 mm
  • Dungarvon: 118 mm
  • Edmundston: 112 mm
  • Keswick Ridge: 106 mm
  • Chamcook: 101 mm
  • Bantalor: 96 mm
  • Woodstock: 93 mm
  • Hanwell: 93 mm
  • Nasonworth: 76 mm
  • Boston Brook: 74 mm
  • Fredericton: 55 to 74 mm
  • Heath Steele: 72 mm
  • Noonan: 53 mm
  • O'Donnells: 49 mm
  • Grand Falls: 48 mm
  • Grafton: 48 mm
  • Gagetown: 41 mm
  • Point Lepreau: 35 mm
  • Grand Manan: 34 mm
  • Doaktown: 28 mm
  • Saint John: 27 mm
  • Moncton: 27 mm
  • Bathurst: 22 mm
  • Charlo: 17 mm
  • Red Pines: 16 mm
Based on EC Data



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