A month’s worth of rain expected

A cold front from Quebec has combined with a strong tropical-like system from the U.S. Eastern Seaboard over the Maritimes bringing a month’s worth of rain to some areas.

Environment Canada is forecasting up to 100 mm for Greater Moncton by Thursday morning with even higher amounts for Saint John and Fredericton.

September has been dry in Southeast New Brunswick and just two major rain events – this one and on the 11th – contributed to nearly all of the month’s precipitation.


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