Spring has not sprung yet…

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A winter wonderland again after a Nor’easter, NE Moncton, 22 March 2016 (Dearing)

Whatever had started sprouting out of the ground is now covered by 23 cm of snow which fell in Greater Moncton yesterday.

Snow totals of 20 to 30 cm were common across Southern New Brunswick from this spring Nor’easter while the Acadian Peninsula felt the brunt with nearly 50 cm.

Lesser amounts ranging from 5 to 15 cm of snow fell over most of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.

Meantime, forecasters are watching a Colorado Low which will move into the Maritimes late Thursday/early Friday and bring a mixed bag of wintry precipitation.

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