Sunday, December 15, 2013

Winter Storm Electra Update Six

Winter Storm Electra Update Five

Winter Storm Electra Update Four

Mid-December Cold Wave Update Six

12/14/2013 - all stations listed with low temps at or below 0°F/-18°C

New Brunswick


Max: -16.8°C              
Min: -26.9°C


Max: -16.0°C              
Min: -22.2°C

Bathurst Airport

Max: -15.5°C              
Min: -22.2°C


Max: -13.3°C              
Min: -21.4°C
Greater Moncton Int'l Airport

Max: -15.3°C              
Min: -22.4°C

Fredericton Int'l Airport

Max: -14.8°C
Min: -21.7°C
St. Stephen

Max: -12.9°C              
Min: -21.3°C
Saint John Airport

Max: -14.8°C              
Min: -21.6°C
Point Lepreau

Max: -11.5°C              
Min: -19.4°C
Prince Edward Island
Max: -15.1°C              
Min: -19.0°C


Max: -14.0°C              
Min: -18.2°C

Nova Scotia

Nappan AAFC

Max: -14.5°C              
Min: -21.2°C

Caribou Point

Max: -11.9°C              
Min: -19.3°C


Max: -14.0°C              
Min: -22.3°C
Halifax Stanfield Int'l Airport

Max: -14.1°C              
Min: -19.0°C



Max: 2°F/-16.7°C
Min: -14°F/-25.5°C


Max: 4°F/-15.5°C
Min: -12°F/-24.4°C


Max: 8°F/-13.3°C
Min: -7°F/-21.7°C


Max: 10°F/-12.2°C
Min: -5°F/-20.6°C


Max: 11°F/-11.7°C
Min: -2°F/-18.9 °C

Winter Storm Electra Update Three

Grand Falls and Victoria County
10:43 AM AST Sunday 15 December 2013
Snowfall warning for
Grand Falls and Victoria County continued

This is a warning that significant snowfall is expected or occurring in these regions. Monitor weather conditions..listen for updated statements.

An intensifying low pressure system near Cape Cod this morning will pass over Nova Scotia later today. This system is expected to bring significant snowfall and strong easterly winds today. Snowfall amounts of 30 to 40 centimetres are expected across Southern New Brunswick while over Northern New Brunswick snowfall amounts of 10 to 20 centimetres are forecast. The snow will be accompanied by strong easterly winds gusting up to 70 kilometres per hour giving blowing snow.

Higher than normal water levels and rough pounding surf can be expected this evening at high tide along the East Coast of New Brunswick.