Friday, December 02, 2016

Early December Winter Storm Event Summary

Weather summary
for New Brunswick
issued by Environment Canada
at 4:19 a.m. AST Friday 2 December 2016.



Weather summary for Thursday December 1st.

An intense low pressure system formed over New England and moved
across the Maritimes on Thursday bringing mixed precipitations to
New Brunswick. Snow prevailed in the north while rain was reported
in the south.

Please note that this summary contains preliminary data and does not
constitute a complete or final report. In some cases snowfall
amounts have been estimated.

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

1. Summary of rainfall in millimetres:

Saint John: 33
Point Lepreau: 22
St. Stephen: 24
Grand Manan: 25
Fredericton: 6
Gagetown: 10
Sussex: 9
Moncton: 8
Fundy Park: 22
Mechanic Settlement: 14
Bouctouche: 28
Kouchibouguac: 28
Miramichi: 14
Bathurst: 2
Charlo: 8
Miscou Island: 17
Bas Caraquet: 18
Doaktown: 12
Woodstock: 2

2. Summary of snowfall in centimetres:

Saint John: 1
Fredericton: 3
Gagetown: 5
Sussex: 2
Moncton: 6
Fundy Park: 2
Mechanic Settlement: 6
Bouctouche: 4
Kouchibouguac: 9
Miramichi: 8
Red Pines: 23
Bathurst: 20
Charlo: 8
Bas Caraquet: 8
Edmundston: 23
Doaktown: 14
Woodstock: 11

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