Huge snowfalls across the Maritimes

“Visibility at CFB Gagetown was less than 400 metres for 15 consecutive hours.”

Environment Canada, Tuesday 14 Feb 2017

A powerful Nor’easter brought heavy snow, strong winds, and blowing snow (blizzard conditions) for much of southern New Brunswick, P.E.I. and Nova Scotia. The visibility at CFB Gagetown was less than 400 metres for 15 consecutive hours.

NEW BRUNSWICK

Summary of snowfall in centimetres:

Fredericton SE: 60 (23.6″)
Millville: 50 (19.7″)
McLeod Hill: 54 (21.3″)
Keswick ridge: 45 (17.7″)
Nasonworth: 45 (17.7″)
Noonan: 51 (20.1″)
Gaspereau Forks: 53 (20.9″)
McNamee: 24 (9.4″)
O’Donnells: 24 (9.4″)
CFB Gagetown: 79 (31.1″)
Sussex Corner: 56 (22.0″)
Berwick: 60 (23.6″)
Milltown: 52 (20.5″)
St. Stephen: 52 (20.5″)
Campobello: 30 (11.8″)
Saint John Airport: 39 (15.4″)
Oak Point: 60 (23.6″)
Little River: 64 (25.2″)
Harvey: 35 (13.8″)
Dorchester: 57 (22.4″)
Moncton Airport: 40 (15.7″)
Bouctouche: 30 (11.8″)

 

 

NOVA SCOTIA

 

Summary of snowfall in centimetres:

Western Head: 49 (19.3″)
Kejimkujik: 59 (23.2″)
Greenwood: 61 (24.8″)
New Ross: 55 (21.7″)
Wolfville: 54 (21.3″)
Scots Bay: 47 (18.5″)
Kentville: 39 (15.4″)
Pockwock Lake: 44 (17.3″)
Sackville: 53 (20.9″)
Halifax City: 44 (17.3″)
Fall River: 53 (20.9″)
Halifax International Airport: 54 (21.3″)
Parrsboro: 42 (16.5″)
Fenwick: 34 (13.4″)
Tidnish: 56 (22.0″)
Cape George: 45 (17.7″)
Sydney Airport: 51 (20.1″)

 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

Summary of snowfall in centimetres:

Bonshaw: 36 (14.2″)
Charlottetown Airport: 40 (15.7″)

 

 

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/weathersummaries_e.html

Thanks to Terry Homeniuk for this link

2 thoughts on “Huge snowfalls across the Maritimes”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *