N.B. digs out from late winter wallop

Snow blower at work in NW Moncton, 13 March 2014 (Facebook)

Snow blower at work in NW Moncton, 13 March 2014 (Facebook)

Today may be calm and sunny in Greater Moncton but you haven’t been able to say that for almost two days.

A late winter storm began delivering rain Wednesday night followed by freezing rain then snow and ice pellets by Thursday morning.

The total accumulation in Moncton was about 32 cm of snow and 2 mm of rain but areas further west and north in New Brunswick got even more snow.

Gagetown received 45 cm followed closely by Bathurst at 44 cm and Fredericton with 32 cm.

Saint John only had 7 cm of snow but almost 30 mm of rain while Grand Manan had 40 mm of rain with barely any snow.

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