Sunday, January 24, 2021

Cold Wave Day - 01/23/2020

New Brunswick

Edmundston

Max: -6.5°C
Min: -18.6°C

Saturday, January 23, 2021

Surprise Late January Nova Scotia Snowstorm Event Summary

Weather summary

for Nova Scotia

issued by Environment Canada

at 10:59 a.m. AST Saturday 23 January 2021.


Discussion.


A trough of low pressure moved over western and central Nova Scotia 

on Friday. This system brought significant snowfall to Queens, 

Annapolis, Kings, Lunenburg, Hants, and Halifax counties. 


The following is a summary of weather event information received by 

Environment Canada as of 11 a.m. Saturday morning. 


1. Summary of snowfall in centimetres: 


Tupper Lake: 35 

Liverpool: 20 

Dartmouth: 20 

Ponhook Reserve, Milton: 20 

Upper Lahave: 18 

Greenwood: 17 

Eastern Passage: 17 

Hammonds Plains: 16 

Near Shearwater: 16 

Upper Lahave: 16 

Central Dartmouth: 15 

Halifax International Airport: 13 

Lake Major: 12


Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial 

information and does not constitute a complete or final report.


End/ASPC

Cold Wave Day - 01/22/2020

New Brunswick

Bas Caraquet

Max: -3.9°C
Min: -18.2°C

Bathurst Airport

Max: -5.2°C
Min: -20.6°C

Charlo

Max: -5.8°C
Min: -20.7°C

Edmundston

Max: -6.9°C
Min: -23.9°C

Friday, January 22, 2021

Cold Wave Day - 01/21/2020

New Brunswick

Bathurst Airport

Max: -7.9°C
Min: -19.1°C

Bouctouche AAFC

Max: -5.9°C
Min: -18.0°C

Edmundston

Max: -11.4
Min: -28.7°C

Miramichi

Max: -7.5°C
Min: -20.3°C

Woodstock

Max: -10.0°C
Min: -21.9°C

Maine

Frenchville

Max: 9°F/-12.8°C
Min: -9°F/-22.8°C

Caribou

Max: 11°F/-11.7°C
Min: -8°F/-22.2°C

Houlton

Max: 14°F/-10.0°C
Min: -11°F/-23.9°C

Thursday, January 21, 2021

Cold Wave Day - 01/20/2020

New Brunswick

Bathurst Airport

Max: -7.9°C
Min: -23.0°C

Edmundston

Max: -10.0°C
Min: -25.7°C

Mirimichi

Max: -5.5°C
Min: -19.6°C

Woodstock

Max: -7.9°C
Min: -18.0°C



Maine

Frenchville

Max: 12°F/-11.1°C
Min: -1°F/-18.3°C

Caribou

Max: 17°F/-8.3°C 
Min: -3°F/-19.4°C

Houlton

Max: 21°F/-6.1°C
Min: -3°F/-19.4°C

Monday, January 18, 2021

Winter Storm Malcolm Event Summary

Weather summary
for New Brunswick
issued by Environment Canada
at 9:26 a.m. AST Monday 18 January 2021.

Discussion.

An intense low pressure system approached the region Saturday 
bringing snow, freezing rain, ice pellets, rain and high winds to 
New Brunswick with significant snowfall over northern portions of 
the province. 

The following is a summary of weather event information received by 
Environment Canada as of 9:00 am AST on January 18th, 2021. 

1. Summary of snowfall in cm: 

Saint Quentin: 35 
Bathurst: 28 
Big River: 27 
Bas Caraquet: 26 
Miramichi: 24 
Edmunston: 18

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial 
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/ASPC

Weather summary
for Nova Scotia
issued by Environment Canada
at 1:53 p.m. AST Sunday 17 January 2021.

Discussion.

An intense low pressure system approached the region Saturday 
bringing heavy rain and high winds to the area. The low will track 
northward across the eastern Maritimes today before pulling away 
tonight. 

The following is a summary of weather event information received by 
Environment Canada as of 1:00 pm on Sunday, January 17th. 

1. Summary of rainfall in mm: 

Malay Falls: 88 
Collegeville: 56 
Halifax: 51 
Dartmouth: 50 
Fall River: 47 
Tracadie: 46 
Mahone Bay: 42 
Port Hawkesbury: 40 
Deerfield: 34 
Yarmouth: 29 
Shelburne: 27 
Woods Harbour: 26 

2. Summary of peak wind gusts in km/h: 

Plateau: 187 
Grand Etang: 160 
Eskasoni: 99 
Port Hawkesbury: 98 
Sydney: 91 
Halifax airport: 87 
Lunenburg: 83 
Yarmouth: 78 
Shelburne: 69

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial 
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/ASPC

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