Storm misses Moncton

When a storm targets the Maritimes, it’s rare that Greater Moncton doesn’t get the brunt of it.

Given our location between the Bay of Fundy and Northumberland Strait/Gulf of St. Lawrence, precipitation picks up moisture from both bodies of water and can dump a lot of snow (in winter) over the region.

But not this time as the latest storm travelled further to the east and dumped most of its snow on eastern Prince Edward Island, eastern mainland Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Island.

Some areas received as much as 45 cm of snow from this storm – Moncton received less than 6 cm, most of which has already melted thanks to a strong sun.

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