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Dibblee, NB

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Special Weather Statement

Issued at 04:18 Monday 23 January 2017

An intense low pressure system will approach New Brunswick on Tuesday. This system is expected to bring an extended period of rain, snow, ice pellets and freezing rain to the province beginning Tuesday morning. A band of ice pellets and freezing rain will move over southern portions of the province Tuesday morning and then reach northern regions by afternoon or evening. Along the Fundy coast the precipitation will quickly change to rain and then become heavy at times Tuesday night. Over extreme northern sections of the province significant snowfall is possible Tuesday night. The mixed precipitation will all come to an end on Wednesday. Gusty easterly winds will also accompany this system.

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Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to ec.weatheraspc.ec@canada.ca or tweet reports to #NBStorm.



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