Port Elgin - Shediac - Bouctouche, NB

-1°C

Port Elgin - Shediac - Bouctouche, NB

-1°C

Feels Like: -6
Wind: NE 15km/h
Sunrise: 7:53
Sunset: 17:06

Relative Humidity: 93%
Pressure: 99.6 kPa
Visibility: 4.0 km
Ceiling: 400 ft

Farmzone: Port Elgin - Shediac - Bouctouche, New Brunswick change_»

Wind Warning

Issued at 16:02 Sunday 20 January 2019

Summary

Strong winds that may cause damage are expected or occurring. Strong southerly winds gusting up to 100 km/h will develop over western mainland Nova Scotia early this evening then spread eastward across the province tonight. Winds will diminish over western regions after midnight but will persist over Cape Breton until Monday morning. In addition, these strong winds combined with a high run of astronomical tides this weekend will give elevated water levels and heavy pounding surf along parts of the Atlantic coast during high tides tonight and Monday. ### Damage to buildings, such as to roof shingles and windows, may occur. High winds may toss loose objects or cause tree branches to break. Wind warnings are issued when there is a significant risk of damaging winds. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to NSstorm@canada.ca or tweet reports using #NSStorm.


Rainfall Warning

Issued at 16:02 Sunday 20 January 2019

Summary

Rain, heavy at times is expected. The frozen ground has a reduced ability to absorb this rainfall. A strong winter storm will track across the Maritimes tonight, snow ahead of this system has changed to rain or ice pellets across much of the province. Rain at times heavy and mild temperatures will continue tonight before gradually ending from west to east Monday morning. Between 30 mm and 60 mm of rain is forecast over much of mainland Nova Scotia. The accumulated snow on the frozen ground combined with the expected rainfall and milder temperatures tonight followed by rapidly falling temperatures during the day Monday could lead to treacherous conditions. Strong southerly winds gusting up to 100 km/h are expected with the rain and mild temperatures tonight. As such a wind warning is now in effect for the entire province. In addition, these strong winds combined with a high run of astronomical tides this weekend will give elevated water levels and heavy pounding surf along parts of the Atlantic coast during high tides tonight and Monday. ### Localized flooding in low-lying areas is possible. Heavy downpours can cause flash floods and water pooling on roads. Rainfall warnings are issued when significant rainfall is expected. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to NSstorm@canada.ca or tweet reports using #NSStorm.


Rainfall Warning

Issued at 16:04 Sunday 20 January 2019

Summary

Rain, heavy at times is expected. A strong winter storm will continue to track across the Maritimes tonight. Ice pellets and freezing rain will change to rain at times heavy this evening over most of southern New Brunswick. Over the Fundy Coast regions, near 40 millimetres of rain is expected by Monday morning. In addition to 40 millimetres of rain there will be rapid snowmelt tonight as temperatures rise well above the freezing mark. ### Heavy downpours can cause flash floods and water pooling on roads. Localized flooding in low-lying areas is possible. Rainfall warnings are issued when significant rainfall is expected. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to NBstorm@canada.ca or tweet reports using #NBStorm.


Winter Storm Warning

Issued at 18:11 Sunday 20 January 2019

Summary

Hazardous winter conditions are expected. A strong winter storm will continue to track across the Maritimes tonight. Ice pellets and freezing rain will changeover to rain this evening or tonight over southern and some central portions of the province. For northeastern and the remaining central areas snow will change to ice pellets and freezing rain tonight. Northwestern areas will continue to see snow tonight. Total Snowfall amounts of 30 to 50 cm of snow are expected for northern parts of the province with 15 to 30 cm expected over southern New Brunswick. The freezing rain is expected to persist for six hours or more over parts of southern and central New Brunswick tonight. Significant ice accumulation will occur in these areas. In Freezing rain warnings may be required. Strong east to northeasterly winds will reduce visibility in blowing for some areas tonight. Gusts reaching 80 km/h will develop along parts of the Fundy coast. Gusts up to 90 km/h are forecast for coastal areas of northeastern New Brunswick. Rainfall amounts of 20 to 40 millimetres are expected over southern areas of the province tonight with higher amounts possible in areas of heaviest rain. As the storm moves eastward on Monday conditions will begin to improve over western New Brunswick Monday morning, but the snow will persist into Monday afternoon over eastern New Brunswick giving further accumulations to those areas. In addition, higher than normal water levels can be expected along the coastline of eastern New Brunswick during high tide tonight. ### Rapidly accumulating snow could make travel difficult over some locations. Visibility will be suddenly reduced to near zero at times in heavy snow and blowing snow. Winter storm warnings are issued when multiple types of severe winter weather are expected to occur together. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to NBstorm@canada.ca or tweet reports using #NBStorm.


Winter Storm Warning

Issued at 18:11 Sunday 20 January 2019

Summary

Hazardous winter conditions are expected. A strong winter storm will continue to track across the Maritimes tonight. Ice pellets and freezing rain will changeover to rain this evening or tonight over southern and some central portions of the province. For northeastern and the remaining central areas snow will change to ice pellets and freezing rain tonight. Northwestern areas will continue to see snow tonight. Total Snowfall amounts of 30 to 50 cm of snow are expected for northern parts of the province with 15 to 30 cm expected over southern New Brunswick. The freezing rain is expected to persist for six hours or more over parts of southern and central New Brunswick tonight. Significant ice accumulation will occur in these areas. In Freezing rain warnings may be required. Strong east to northeasterly winds will reduce visibility in blowing for some areas tonight. Gusts reaching 80 km/h will develop along parts of the Fundy coast. Gusts up to 90 km/h are forecast for coastal areas of northeastern New Brunswick. Rainfall amounts of 20 to 40 millimetres are expected over southern areas of the province tonight with higher amounts possible in areas of heaviest rain. As the storm moves eastward on Monday conditions will begin to improve over western New Brunswick Monday morning, but the snow will persist into Monday afternoon over eastern New Brunswick giving further accumulations to those areas. In addition, higher than normal water levels can be expected along the coastline of eastern New Brunswick during high tide tonight. ### Rapidly accumulating snow could make travel difficult over some locations. Visibility will be suddenly reduced to near zero at times in heavy snow and blowing snow. Winter storm warnings are issued when multiple types of severe winter weather are expected to occur together. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to NBstorm@canada.ca or tweet reports using #NBStorm.