Freezing rain for hours!

27 January 2012, courtesy Environment Canada

A storm with a mixed bag of precipitation brought a lot of freezing rain to New Brunswick with 8 hours recorded in Greater Moncton and between 9 and 10 hours in Gagetown.

In Greater Moncton, total accumulations were 9 cm of snow and 24 mm of rain while Northern New Brunswick received much more snow with 30 cm reported.

The above radar image from Environment Canada shows the band of pink (freezing rain, ice pellets) with snow to the north and rain to the south during the height of the storm.