Thursday, September 01, 2005

Today Low Temp

Low: 15 C/59 F

Weather Report For Johnson Settlement NB Recorded At 2100 UCT On 09/01/2005

Temp: 23.2 C/74 F, High; 25.8 C/78 F, Low; (to current time) 18.2 C/65 F

Hum: 42%

Bar: 1003 mb/29.64 Inches; Rising Rapidly

Sky: Mainly Sunny; scatt. Cumulus

Wind: WSW; 8 gusting to 14 mph/13 gusting to 23 km/h

Precip: None

Total Precip: 12 mm/0.47 Inch (in the predawn hours)

Note: See my last two posts for details

Remnants of Hurricane Katrina Weather Highlights

Bar: 1001 mb/29.56 Inches recorded at 12:00 am ADT

Precip: 39 mm/1.53 Inches of rainfall fell between roughly 8:00 am ADT on August 31st and roughly 6:00 am ADT on September 1st.

Wind: Average sustained winds of 20 mph with gusts to 35 mph/24 gusting to 48 km/h out of the SW, with peak gusts of up to 50 mph in the predawn hours.

Aftermath in the region from the Remnants of Hurricane Katrina

Portions of northwestern New Brunswick suffer power outage


A spokesman for N.B. Power says tree branches on lines are responsible for outages in northwestern New Brunswick. Brian Duplessis said due to three outages, close to 600 customers were without electricity in the Grand Falls area early Thursday. Duplessis said Wednesday night's wind and rain storm was to blame. N.B. Power was also reporting 760 customers affected in Fredericton on Thursday morning.