Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Late March Winter Storm Event Summary

Weather summary
for New Brunswick
issued by Environment Canada
at 9:31 p.m. ADT Tuesday 29 March 2016.


An intense low pressure system tracked across the southern Maritimes
today and now is heading toward Newfoundland. Significant rainfall
amounts occurred across many areas of New Brunswick with significant
snowfall over northern regions. Additionally an extended period of
freezing rain occurred in the northeast.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by
Environment Canada.

1. Summary of rainfall in millimetres:

Saint John: 18.6
Point Lepreau: 25.4
St. Stephen: 19.5
Grand Manan: 25.7
Fredericton Airport: 33.6
Fredericton: 39
Gagetown: 31
Moncton: 16.4
Sussex: 19.6
Fundy Park: 28.2
Mechanic Settlement: 21.5
Bouctouche: 33.9
Kouchibouguac: 53
Miramichi: 37.3
Doaktown: 40.1
Woodstock: 50
O'Donnells: 31
Grafton: 45
Keswick Ridge: 39
Barter Settlement: 35
McNamee: 31

2. Summary of snowfall in centimetres:

Moncton: 4
Red Pines: 21
Bathurst: 23
Charlo: 24
Bas Caraquet: 16
Edmundston: 13
Woodstock: 10
Bas Caraquet: 15
Doyleville: 32
St. Quentin: 13

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


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