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New England/Canadian Maritimes Winter 2016-2017

#1 Postby Hybridstorm_November2001 » Wed Nov 16, 2016 7:11 pm

With winter nearly upon us, I'm posting this all purpose thread for the region. Last winter was rather mild and uneventful, will this one be similar? We shall see.
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Re: New England/Canadian Maritimes Winter 2016-2017

#2 Postby vbhoutex » Tue Nov 29, 2016 3:12 pm

Hybridstorm_November2001 wrote:With winter nearly upon us, I'm posting this all purpose thread for the region. Last winter was rather mild and uneventful, will this one be similar? We shall see.

What do you consider mild and uneventful? I imagine your "mild and uneventful" would seem like a blizzard from hell for us here in SE TX. LOL!!
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Re: New England/Canadian Maritimes Winter 2016-2017

#3 Postby Hybridstorm_November2001 » Tue Nov 29, 2016 5:38 pm

Yeah, we only had a few major snowstorms last winter. ;)

Speaking of which, we are in the grip of an early season winter storm as I type. Follow the details at my weather blog -

http://hybridstorm-weatherblog.blogspot.ca/
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Re: New England/Canadian Maritimes Winter 2016-2017

#4 Postby Hybridstorm_November2001 » Tue Nov 29, 2016 5:42 pm

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
301 PM EST TUE NOV 29 2016

MEZ001>006-010-300415-
/O.CON.KCAR.WW.Y.0023.000000T0000Z-161130T0900Z/
NORTHWEST AROOSTOOK-NORTHEAST AROOSTOOK-NORTHERN SOMERSET-
NORTHERN PISCATAQUIS-NORTHERN PENOBSCOT-SOUTHEAST AROOSTOOK-
CENTRAL PISCATAQUIS-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...ALLAGASH...CLAYTON LAKE...MADAWASKA...
FORT KENT...FRENCHVILLE...PRESQUE ISLE...CARIBOU...VAN BUREN...
MARS HILL...BAKER LAKE...BILLY-JACK DEPOT...BAXTER ST PARK...
CHAMBERLAIN LAKE...CHURCHILL DAM...MOUNT KATAHDIN...MILLINOCKET...
EAST MILLINOCKET...PATTEN...MEDWAY...HOULTON...HODGDON...
SHERMAN...SMYRNA MILLS...GREENVILLE...MONSON...BLANCHARD
301 PM EST TUE NOV 29 2016

...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 4 AM EST
WEDNESDAY...

* LOCATIONS...AROOSTOOK COUNTY AS WELL AS THE NORTHERN PENOBSCOT
AND PISCATAQUIS VALLEY REGION.

* HAZARD TYPES...WET SNOW...HEAVY AT TIMES...POSSIBLY MIXED WITH
SLEET OR FREEZING RAIN LATER TONIGHT MAINLY SOUTH AND WEST OF
CARIBOU AND PRESQUE ISLE.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...4 TO 8 INCHES WITH THE HIGHEST AMOUNTS
ACROSS NORTHERN AND CENTRAL AROOSTOOK COUNTY.

* ICE ACCUMULATION...A TENTH OF AN INCH OR LESS MAINLY SOUTH AND
WEST OF CARIBOU AND PRESQUE ISLE.

* TIMING...THROUGH TONIGHT.

* IMPACTS...HEAVY WET SNOW ALONG WITH ICE ACCUMULATION WILL LEAD
TO HAZARDOUS DRIVING CONDITIONS.

* WINDS...SOUTHEAST 5 TO 10 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 20 MPH.

* TEMPERATURES...AROUND 30.

* VISIBILITIES...REDUCED TO LESS THAN ONE HALF OF A MILE AT TIMES.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY MEANS THAT PERIODS OF SNOW...SLEET...OR
FREEZING RAIN WILL CAUSE TRAVEL DIFFICULTIES. BE PREPARED FOR
SLIPPERY ROADS AND LIMITED VISIBILITIES...AND USE CAUTION WHILE
DRIVING.

&&

$$
URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
301 PM EST TUE NOV 29 2016

MEZ011-031-032-300415-
/O.CON.KCAR.WW.Y.0023.000000T0000Z-161130T0900Z/
CENTRAL PENOBSCOT-SOUTHERN PISCATAQUIS-NORTHERN WASHINGTON-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...LINCOLN...HOWLAND...SPRINGFIELD...
DOVER-FOXCROFT...MILO...GUILFORD...DANFORTH...VANCEBORO...
TOPSFIELD
301 PM EST TUE NOV 29 2016

...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 4 AM EST
WEDNESDAY...

* LOCATIONS...CENTRAL PENOBSCOT...SOUTHERN PISCATAQUIS...AND
NORTHERN WASHINGTON COUNTIES.

* HAZARD TYPES...SNOW MIXED WITH A BRIEF PERIOD OF SLEET OR VERY
LIGHT FREEZING RAIN.

* ACCUMULATIONS...SNOW ACCUMULATION OF 2 TO 4 INCHES...ALONG WITH
AROUND A TRACE OF ICE.

* TIMING...LATE THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH TONIGHT.

* IMPACTS...WET SNOW WITH A GLAZE OF ICE WILL LEAD TO DIFFICULT
DRIVING CONDITIONS.

* WINDS...EAST 5 TO 10 MPH.

* TEMPERATURES...RISING INTO LOW TO MID 30S.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY MEANS THAT PERIODS OF SNOW...SLEET...OR
FREEZING RAIN WILL CAUSE TRAVEL DIFFICULTIES. BE PREPARED FOR
SLIPPERY ROADS AND LIMITED VISIBILITIES...AND USE CAUTION WHILE
DRIVING.

&&

$$

HEWITT
URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
539 PM EST TUE NOV 29 2016

...WINTRY MIX EXPECTED THROUGH THIS EVENING...

.TEMPERATURES WILL GRADUALLY WARM THIS EVENING...WITH A WINTRY
MIX GRADUALLY CHANGING TO RAIN AND FREEZING RAIN BEFORE ENDING
AFTER MIDNIGHT.

MEZ007-012>014-300400-
/O.EXT.KGYX.WW.Y.0021.000000T0000Z-161130T0400Z/
NORTHERN OXFORD-SOUTHERN OXFORD-SOUTHERN FRANKLIN-
SOUTHERN SOMERSET-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...UPTON...WILSONS MILLS...ANDOVER...
BYRON...MIDDLE DAM...ROXBURY...SOUTH ARM...BETHEL...BRYANT POND...
HANOVER...LOCKE MILLS...MILTON...NEWRY...RUMFORD...NORWAY...
FRYEBURG...OXFORD...FARMINGTON...NEW SHARON...NEW VINEYARD...
TEMPLE...WILTON...CHESTERVILLE...JAY...ATHENS...CORNVILLE...
SKOWHEGAN...PALMYRA...PITTSFIELD...EMBDEN...MADISON
539 PM EST TUE NOV 29 2016

...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL 11 PM EST THIS
EVENING...

* HAZARD TYPES...A WINTRY MIX OF SNOW...SLEET AND FREEZING RAIN
WILL CONTINUE TO TRANSITION TO RAIN.

* ACCUMULATIONS...ADDITIONAL SNOW ACCUMULATION OF UP TO 1 INCH
NEAR THE CANADIAN BOARDER...ALONG WITH AROUND A TRACE OF ICE.

* TIMING...THROUGH THIS EVENING.

* IMPACTS...SLICK SPOTS ON ROADS AND WALKWAYS...PARTICULARLY THOSE
LEFT UNTREATED.

* WINDS...EAST 5 TO 10 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 20 MPH.

* TEMPERATURES...SLOWLY CLIMBING THROUGH THE 30S.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY MEANS THAT PERIODS OF SNOW...SLEET...OR
FREEZING RAIN WILL CAUSE TRAVEL DIFFICULTIES. BE PREPARED FOR
SLIPPERY ROADS AND LIMITED VISIBILITIES...AND USE CAUTION WHILE
DRIVING.

FOR A MORE PRECISE FORECAST FOR YOUR SPECIFIC LOCATION...GO TO
WWW.WEATHER.GOV/GRAY.

&&

$$
URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
539 PM EST TUE NOV 29 2016

...WINTRY MIX EXPECTED THROUGH THIS EVENING...

.TEMPERATURES WILL GRADUALLY WARM THIS EVENING...WITH A WINTRY
MIX GRADUALLY CHANGING TO RAIN AND FREEZING RAIN BEFORE ENDING
AFTER MIDNIGHT.

MEZ008-009-300600-
/O.EXT.KGYX.WW.Y.0021.000000T0000Z-161130T0600Z/
NORTHERN FRANKLIN-CENTRAL SOMERSET-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...COBURN GORE...DAVIS...OQUOSSOC...
RANGELEY...AVON...KINGFIELD...PHILLIPS...NEW PORTLAND...BRASSUA...
LONG POND...MOOSEHEAD...PITTSTON FARM...SEBOOMOOK...BINGHAM...
JACKMAN
539 PM EST TUE NOV 29 2016

...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL 1 AM EST
WEDNESDAY...

* HAZARD TYPES...A WINTRY MIX OF SNOW...SLEET...AND FREEZING RAIN.

* ACCUMULATIONS...SNOW ACCUMULATION OF 1 TO 3 INCHES...ALONG WITH
UP TO ONE TENTH OF AN INCH OF ICE.

* TIMING...THROUGH THIS EVENING.

* IMPACTS...ROADS AND WALKWAYS WILL BE EXTREMELY SLICK.

* WINDS...EAST 5 TO 10 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 20 MPH.

* TEMPERATURES...IN THE LOWER 30S.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY MEANS THAT PERIODS OF SNOW...SLEET...OR
FREEZING RAIN WILL CAUSE TRAVEL DIFFICULTIES. BE PREPARED FOR
SLIPPERY ROADS AND LIMITED VISIBILITIES...AND USE CAUTION WHILE
DRIVING.

FOR A MORE PRECISE FORECAST FOR YOUR SPECIFIC LOCATION...GO TO
WWW.WEATHER.GOV/GRAY.

&&

$$

ARNOTT

3:40 PM AST Tuesday 29 November 2016
Snowfall warning in effect for:

Fredericton and Southern York County
A low pressure system approaching from New England will cross southwestern Nova Scotia on Wednesday. Snow will spread across the province by early this evening and end Wednesday morning. Total snowfall amounts near 20 cm are forecast for much of the southern half of New Brunswick.

In addition, another weather system will impact New Brunswick later Wednesday night and Thursday. Latest indications show a potential for significant snowfall over the northern half of the province, with mainly rain likely for the southern half. Further details and any warnings, if required, will likely be issued early Wednesday.

Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow. There may be a significant impact on rush hour traffic in urban areas.

Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to ec.weatheraspc.ec@canada.ca or tweet reports to #NBStorm.

3:39 PM AST Tuesday 29 November 2016
Special weather statement in effect for:

Moncton and Southeast New Brunswick
A low pressure system approaching from New England will move across southwestern Nova Scotia on Wednesday. Snow will spread across New Brunswick this evening and end Wednesday morning.

While snowfall amounts are expected to remain below 15 cm in northern and eastern New brunswick there is still a chance they could be higher if this system shifts in its expected track. Snowfall warnings are currently in effect for most of southern New Brunswick.

In addition, another weather system will impact New Brunswick later Wednesday night and Thursday. Latest indications show a potential for significant snowfall over the northern half of the province, with mainly rain likely for the southern half. Further details and any warnings, if required, will likely be issued early Wednesday.

Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to ec.weatheraspc.ec@canada.ca or tweet reports to #NBStorm.

3:31 PM AST Tuesday 29 November 2016
Special weather statement in effect for:

Halifax Metro and Halifax County West
A low pressure system will approach the Maritimes tonight and then move across southwestern Nova Scotia on Wednesday. Snow will spread across the region ahead of the low tonight. The snow will change to rain through the course of Wednesday morning. Some coastal areas will see mostly rain with this system.

Higher elevations of central and northern regions of the province could see 10 to 15 cm of snow with lesser amounts over western and eastern portions of the province.

Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to ec.weatheraspc.ec@canada.ca or tweet reports to #NSStorm.
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Re: New England/Canadian Maritimes Winter 2016-2017

#5 Postby Hybridstorm_November2001 » Wed Nov 30, 2016 9:58 pm

Second storm in as many days on the way -

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
636 PM EST WED NOV 30 2016

MEZ001-002-010745-
/O.CON.KCAR.WS.W.0011.161201T0500Z-161202T0000Z/
NORTHWEST AROOSTOOK-NORTHEAST AROOSTOOK-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...ALLAGASH...CLAYTON LAKE...MADAWASKA...
FORT KENT...FRENCHVILLE...PRESQUE ISLE...CARIBOU...VAN BUREN...
MARS HILL
636 PM EST WED NOV 30 2016

...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT TONIGHT
TO 7 PM EST THURSDAY...

* LOCATIONS...FAR NORTHERN MAINE.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...9 TO 14 INCHES.

* HAZARD TYPES...SNOW...HEAVY AT TIMES.

* TIMING...LATE TONIGHT INTO THURSDAY EVENING.

* IMPACTS...HIGH IMPACT. SNOW WILL RESULT IN DIFFICULT DRIVING
CONDITIONS. HEAVY WET SNOW MAY CAUSE DOWNED TREES AND BRANCHES
TO SNAP WITH NUMEROUS POWER OUTAGES POSSIBLE.

* WINDS...EAST 10 TO 20 MPH.

* TEMPERATURES...IN THE LOWER 30S.

* SNOWFALL RATES...2 INCHES PER HOUR POSSIBLE AT TIMES THURSDAY
MORNING.

* VISIBILITIES...ONE QUARTER MILE OR LESS AT TIMES IN HEAVY SNOW
THURSDAY MORNING INTO EARLY AFTERNOON.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR
HEAVY SNOW MEANS SEVERE WINTER WEATHER CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED OR
OCCURRING. SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS OF SNOW ARE FORECAST THAT WILL
MAKE TRAVEL DANGEROUS. ONLY TRAVEL IN AN EMERGENCY. IF YOU MUST
TRAVEL...KEEP AN EXTRA FLASHLIGHT... FOOD...AND WATER IN YOUR
VEHICLE IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY.

&&
$$

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
636 PM EST WED NOV 30 2016

MEZ003-004-010-010745-
/O.CON.KCAR.WS.W.0011.161201T0200Z-161201T2100Z/
NORTHERN SOMERSET-NORTHERN PISCATAQUIS-CENTRAL PISCATAQUIS-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...BAKER LAKE...BILLY-JACK DEPOT...
BAXTER ST PARK...CHAMBERLAIN LAKE...CHURCHILL DAM...
MOUNT KATAHDIN...GREENVILLE...MONSON...BLANCHARD
636 PM EST WED NOV 30 2016

...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 4 PM EST
THURSDAY...

* LOCATIONS...NORTHERN SOMERSET AND NORTHERN AND CENTRAL
PISCATAQUIS COUNTIES.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...8 TO 12 INCHES.

* HAZARD TYPES...SNOW...HEAVY AT TIMES.

* TIMING...LATE THIS EVENING THROUGH THURSDAY AFTERNOON.

* IMPACTS...HIGH IMPACT. SNOW WILL RESULT IN DIFFICULT DRIVING
CONDITIONS. HEAVY WET SNOW MAY CAUSE DOWNED TREES AND BRANCHES
TO SNAP WITH NUMEROUS POWER OUTAGES POSSIBLE.

* WINDS...EAST 10 TO 15 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 25 MPH.

* TEMPERATURES...IN THE LOWER 30S.

* VISIBILITIES...ONE QUARTER MILE OR LESS AT TIMES IN HEAVY SNOW
BANDS VERY LATE TONIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY MORNING.

* SNOWFALL RATES...2 INCHES PER HOUR POSSIBLE AT TIMES THURSDAY
MORNING.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR
HEAVY SNOW MEANS SEVERE WINTER WEATHER CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED OR
OCCURRING. SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS OF SNOW ARE FORECAST THAT WILL
MAKE TRAVEL DANGEROUS. ONLY TRAVEL IN AN EMERGENCY. IF YOU MUST
TRAVEL...KEEP AN EXTRA FLASHLIGHT... FOOD...AND WATER IN YOUR
VEHICLE IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY.

&&
$$

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
636 PM EST WED NOV 30 2016

MEZ005-006-010745-
/O.CON.KCAR.WS.W.0011.161201T0400Z-161201T2200Z/
NORTHERN PENOBSCOT-SOUTHEAST AROOSTOOK-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...MILLINOCKET...EAST MILLINOCKET...
PATTEN...MEDWAY...HOULTON...HODGDON...SHERMAN...SMYRNA MILLS
636 PM EST WED NOV 30 2016

...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 11 PM THIS EVENING
TO 5 PM EST THURSDAY...

* LOCATIONS...EAST CENTRAL MAINE.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...5 TO 10 INCHES...HIGHEST TOTALS NORTH OF
A HOULTON TO PATTEN LINE.

* HAZARD TYPES...SNOW...HEAVY AT TIMES. SNOW MAY MIX WITH SLEET
AND RAIN SOUTH OF A HOULTON TO PATTEN TIME THURSDAY MORNING
AND AFTERNOON.

* TIMING...LATE THIS EVENING THROUGH THURSDAY AFTERNOON.

* IMPACTS...MODERATE IMPACT. SNOW WILL RESULT IN DIFFICULT
DRIVING CONDITIONS. HEAVY WET SNOW MAY CAUSE DOWNED TREES AND
BRANCHES TO SNAP WITH NUMEROUS POWER OUTAGES POSSIBLE.

* WINDS...EAST 10 TO 15 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 25 MPH.

* TEMPERATURES...IN THE LOWER 30S.

* SNOWFALL RATES...1 TO 2 INCHES PER HOUR POSSIBLE VERY LATE
TONIGHT AND THURSDAY MORNING.

* VISIBILITIES...ONE QUARTER MILE OR LESS AT TIMES IN HEAVY SNOW
BANDS VERY LATE TONIGHT INTO THURSDAY MORNING.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR
HEAVY SNOW MEANS SEVERE WINTER WEATHER CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED OR
OCCURRING. SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS OF SNOW ARE FORECAST THAT WILL
MAKE TRAVEL DANGEROUS. ONLY TRAVEL IN AN EMERGENCY. IF YOU MUST
TRAVEL...KEEP AN EXTRA FLASHLIGHT... FOOD...AND WATER IN YOUR
VEHICLE IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY.

&&
$$

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
935 PM EST WED NOV 30 2016

...SIGNIFICANT WET SNOW ACCUMULATIONS ARE EXPECTED ACROSS THE
MAINE MOUNTAINS AND ADJACENT FOOTHILLS TONIGHT...

.LOW PRESSURE OVER THE GREAT LAKES WILL GIVE WAY TO A SECONDARY
LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM OVER SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND TONIGHT THAT WILL
STRENGTHEN AS IT MOVES INTO THE GULF OF MAINE EARLY THURSDAY. THIS
TRACK WILL ALLOW SUFFICIENT COLD AIR FOR A PERIOD OF MODERATE TO
HEAVY WET SNOW. PRECIPITATION WILL TAPER OFF ON THURSDAY AS THE
LOW EXITS INTO THE MARITIMES.

MEZ009-011045-
/O.CON.KGYX.WS.W.0007.000000T0000Z-161201T2000Z/
CENTRAL SOMERSET-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...NEW PORTLAND...BRASSUA...LONG POND...
MOOSEHEAD...PITTSTON FARM...SEBOOMOOK...BINGHAM...JACKMAN
935 PM EST WED NOV 30 2016

...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 3 PM EST
THURSDAY...

* HAZARD TYPES...WET SNOW AND SLEET.

* ACCUMULATIONS...SNOW ACCUMULATION OF 6 TO 10 INCHES.

* TIMING...NOW THROUGH EARLY THURSDAY AFTERNOON. THE HEAVIEST SNOW
IS EXPECTED AFTER MIDNIGHT TONIGHT THROUGH THE MORNING HOURS ON
THURSDAY.

* IMPACTS...WET SNOW AND SLEET WILL MAKE TRAVEL DIFFICULT... AND
COULD LEAD TO SCATTERED POWER OUTAGES.

* WINDS...EAST 10 TO 15 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 25 MPH.

* TEMPERATURES...IN THE MID 30S.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... A WINTER STORM WARNING
MEANS SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS OF SNOW... SLEET...AND ICE ARE EXPECTED
OR OCCURRING. STRONG WINDS ARE ALSO POSSIBLE. THIS WILL MAKE
TRAVEL VERY HAZARDOUS OR IMPOSSIBLE.

FOR A MORE PRECISE FORECAST FOR YOUR SPECIFIC LOCATION...GO TO
WWW.WEATHER.GOV/GRAY.

&&
$$

10:13 PM AST Wednesday 30 November 2016
Snowfall warning in effect for:

Fredericton and Southern York County
Snowfall, with total amounts of 15 to 20 cm is expected.

Another low pressure system is currently expected to affect New Brunswick overnight and throughout Thursday. Snow is expected to begin overnight

over the Northwest and spread eastward by the morning. Central and Northern parts of the province will reach up to reach 25 cm by Thursday

evening.

Prepare for quickly changing and deteriorating travel conditions. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow.

Snowfall warnings are issued when significant snowfall is expected.

Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to

ec.weatheraspc.ec@canada.ca or tweet reports to #NBStorm.

10:11 PM AST Wednesday 30 November 2016
Special weather statement in effect for:

Halifax County - east of Porters Lake
A second low pressure system in as many days will approach the region from New England Thursday morning and follow a track across the

Maritimes. The system will spread snow and rain to the province overnight tonight and on Thursday. The northeastern half of the province, and

especially over higher terrain, could see snowfall amounts of 10 centimetres from this system before the snow changes to rain. This system will also

bring strong easterly winds to eastern portions of the province. Wind warnings may be required later in the day on Thursday.

Rough pounding surf combined with higher than normal water levels may cause minor flooding along east and southeast facing shorelines of eastern

shore Nova Scotia and Cape Breton. This risk is around high tide mid to late evening thursday.

Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to

ec.weatheraspc.ec@canada.ca or tweet reports to #NSStorm.

10:09 PM AST Wednesday 30 November 2016
Special weather statement in effect for:

Queens County P.E.I.
A second low pressure system in as many days will approach the region Thursday morning and follow a track across New Brunswick and Prince

Edward Island. This system will spread snow and rain to the province on Thursday. Mixed wet snow and rain will again be a challenge and there are

indications the parts of the Island could receive as much as 10 cm before the snow changes over to rain late in afternoon. This system will also bring

strong easterly winds to eastern portions of the province. Wind warnings may be required later in the day on Thursday.

Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to

ec.weatheraspc.ec@canada.ca or tweet reports to #PEStorm.

3:58 PM AST Wednesday 30 November 2016
Special weather statement in effect for:

Moncton and Southeast New Brunswick
Another low pressure system is forecast to impact New Brunswick overnight and throughout Thursday. Heavy snow over central and northern parts

of the province will gradually mix with rain for more southern areas. Along the Fundy coast rain will be the dominate precipitation type. Snow may be

mixed with rain for the Acadian Peninsula but there is also the potential for amounts nearing snowfall warning criteria as well. Stay tuned for more

information as the situation develops.

In addition there is a risk of flooding due to rough and pounding surf combined with higher than normal water levels from Lower Escuminac north

to the Acadian Peninsula and into the Bay of Chaleur. The main risk is near high tide on Thursday night and again near high tide Friday Morning.

Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to

ec.weatheraspc.ec@canada.ca or tweet reports to #NBStorm.
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Re: New England/Canadian Maritimes Winter 2016-2017

#6 Postby cycloneye » Thu Dec 15, 2016 5:51 am

Impressive video of lake effect snow in Buffalo.

 https://twitter.com/ABC/status/809347799099719680


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#7 Postby Hybridstorm_November2001 » Sat Dec 31, 2016 7:24 pm

Latest Winter Storm information -

STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 4 FOR NEW ENGLAND WINTER STORM
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD
1000 AM EST FRI DEC 30 2016

...SNOW BEGINNING TO TAPER OFF IN MAINE AS STRONG LOW PRESSURE
SYSTEM MOVES AWAY INTO CANADA...

WINTER STORM WARNINGS REMAIN IN EFFECT FOR NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND.
WINTER STORM WARNINGS AND WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES ARE ALSO IN
EFFECT FOR PARTS OF THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN APPALACHIANS.

HIGH WIND WARNINGS AND WIND ADVISORIES ARE IN EFFECT FOR COASTAL
MAINE AND PORTIONS OF SOUTHEASTERN NEW ENGLAND.

FOR A DETAILED GRAPHICAL DEPICTION OF THE LATEST
WATCHES...WARNINGS AND ADVISORIES...PLEASE SEE http://WWW.WEATHER.GOV

THE CENTER OF THE DEEP LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM RESPONSIBLE FOR THE
RECENT HEAVY SNOW ACROSS INTERIOR NEW ENGLAND HAS MOVED INTO NEW
BRUNSWICK...CANADA. AT 9 AM EST...IT WAS CENTERED ABOUT 60 MILES
NORTH-NORTHEAST OF CARIBOU...MAINE WITH AN ESTIMATED SEA-LEVEL
PRESSURE OF 968 MB...28.59 INCHES. NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR
AND SURFACE OBSERVATIONS INDICATED THAT THE INTENSITY AND COVERAGE
OF THE SNOW BANDS HAD SIGNIFICANTLY DECREASED ACROSS NORTHERN NEW
ENGLAND AS THE STORM CENTER MOVES RAPIDLY AWAY INTO CANADA DURING
THE PAST FEW HOURS. FARTHER SOUTH...AREAS OF SNOW AND SNOW BANDS
CONTINUED TO FORM DOWNWIND OF THE GREAT LAKES TO AS FAR SOUTH AS
THE WESTERN SLOPES OF THE CENTRAL APPALACHIANS IN WEST VIRGINIA.

...SELECTED STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL IN INCHES FROM 700 PM EST WED DEC
28 THROUGH 900 AM EST FRI DEC 30...

...MAINE...
NAPLES 27.0
OXFORD 2 NW 27.0
STANDISH 27.0
N WATERBORO 25.6
LIMERICK 25.3
PARSONSFIELD 25.0
ACTON 24.0
ALFRED 24.0
NORTH ANSON 24.0
SEBAGO 2.4 ESE 24.0
WINTHROP 9.4 W 24.0
RUMFORD 23.0
HOLLIS CENTER 5.4 NW 22.7
NEW PORTLAND 2.2 ENE 22.5
NORTH NEW PORTLAND 0.3 WSW 22.5
NORTH SEBAGO 1 SSE 22.0
PERU 22.0
SHAPLEIGH 4 NE 22.0
ACTON 2.7 NW 21.4
FAYETTE 21.0
JAY 21.0
NORTH WATERBORO 1.2 NE 21.0
LIMINGTON 20.2
MINOT 20.0
OXFORD 20.0
SANFORD 20.0
SOLON 3.9 ESE 20.0
KINGSBURY 2 SSE 19.0
LEWISTON 2 E 18.2
STEEP FALLS 18.0
LEBANON 17.0
GRAY NWS OFFICE 16.6
PORTAGE 2 N 13.5
GRAND ISLE 12.0
MILLINOCKET WWTP 12.0
CARIBOU 1 N 10.9
PORTLAND JETPORT 7.7

...NEW HAMPSHIRE...
MOUNT WASHINGTON 17.2
MILTON 17.0
OSSIPEE 17.0
LEIGHTON CORNERS 1 ESE 16.5
MADISON 1.7 SE 16.0
GONIC 2 SSW 15.3
EAST WAKEFIELD 1.2 SE 15.0
FARMINGTON 15.0
WAKEFIELD 15.0
INTERVALE 14.5
RANDOLPH 1.4 NE 14.4
MADISON 1 N 14.0
UNION 14.0
NORTH CONWAY 1.4 SSW 13.8
STRAFFORD 2 SSE 13.6
WOLFEBORO BAY 13.4
EAST HAMPSTEAD 1 S 13.0
NORTHWOOD 2.9 WSW 12.1
GLEN 12.0
NORTHWOOD 12.0
ROCHESTER 12.0
BARNSTEAD 10.0
CENTER HARBOR 4 ESE 9.0
TILTON 3 E 9.0

...NEW YORK...
MORRISONVILLE 5.5
HESSVILLE 4.5
TICONDEROGA 4.2
GANSEVOORT 4.0
GLENS FALLS 4.0
NORTH HUDSON 4.0
FULTON LOCK O3 3.7
LOMONTVILLE 3.5
QUEENSBURY 3.5
GREENE 3.3
RHINEBECK 3.2
WELLS 3.1
GLEN 3.0
GREENVILLE CENTER 3.0
ROCKTON 3.0
SPECULATOR 10 SSW 3.0
MC GRAW 2.9
KENMORE 2.6
BINGHAMTON REG ARPT 2.5
ELMA 3 WSW 2.3
HAMBURG 2.2
SARATOGA SPRINGS 2.1
NIAGARA FALLS 6 E 2.0

...PENNSYLVANIA...
CANADENSIS 6.0
POCONO SUMMIT 5.6
TOBYHANNA 5.0
LAKE HARMONY 4.5
MINERSVILLE 3.5
GRANTVILLE 3.1
GIBSON 2.5
TUNKHANNOCK 4 NW 2.5
CHANDLERS VALLE 1 SE 2.0

...VERMONT...
MORETOWN 5.2 E 10.4
LANDGROVE 1.1 NNE 10.0
SPRINGFIELD 10.0
WEST HALIFAX 0.2 SE 10.0
LANDGROVE 9.8
LUDLOW 8.9
LUDLOW 3.4 S 8.9
ATHENS 8.8
WOODFORD 8.5
CHESTER 8.0
VERSHIRE 1.5 ESE 8.0
WATERBURY CENTER 8.0
PERU 7.8
WILLIAMSTOWN 7.8
MIDDLESEX 1 ENE 7.5
MT. HOLLY 7.5
NORTHFIELD 7.5
BETHEL 7.2
HARTLAND 7.0
WATERBURY 2 NNE 7.0
WILMINGTON 7.0
ROCKINGHAM 6.8
BERLIN 6.0
BROOKFIELD 6.0
EDEN MILLS 1 ENE 6.0
MORRISVILLE 6.0
ST. JOHNSBURY 6.0
CONCORD 5.5
WHITING 3 WSW 5.0

...SELECTED PEAK WIND GUSTS IN MILES PER HOUR EARLIER IN THE
EVENT...

...MASSACHUSETTS...
MASHPEE 52
NORTH TRURO 51
CHATHAM 48

...RHODE ISLAND...
WARWICK 48

...SELECTED STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL IN INCHES WHERE THE EVENT HAS
ENDED...

...CONNECTICUT...
COLEBROOK 1.0 NE 4.5
TOLLAND 4.0
STAFFORDVILLE 2.5
STAFFORDVILLE 0.4 NNW 2.5
BURLINGTON 2.0
NEW HARTFORD CENTER 3.2 SW 1.8

...MASSACHUSETTS...
FITCHBURG 10.8
RUTLAND 10.0
STERLING 8.4
ASHBURNHAM 7.7
WEST TOWNSEND 0.5 W 7.7
ASHBY 7.2
LUNENBURG 7.2
WESTMINSTER 7.2
HEATH 7.0
LEOMINSTER 7.0
SAVOY 7.0
TOWNSEND 3.2 NW 7.0
SHELBURNE 6.5
PLAINFIELD 6.2
BECKET 2 SE 6.0
CONWAY 0.9 SW 6.0
GOSHEN 6.0
HUNTINGTON 6.0
PLAINFIELD 2.2 SW 6.0
ROWE 5.9
CHESTER 5.5
GREENFIELD 5.5
LEYDEN 5.5
WORTHINGTON 5.5
COLRAIN 5.0
WESTHAMPTON 5.0

...OHIO...
PIERPONT 2SE 2.1

...RHODE ISLAND...
WEST GLOCESTER 3.4 SE 1.0


THE DEEP LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE RAPIDLY
NORTHWARD FURTHER INTO EASTERN CANADA TODAY. SNOW OVER NORTHERN
NEW ENGLAND WILL TAPER OFF RAPIDLY INTO FLURRIES BY THE AFTERNOON.
UP TO 4 INCHES OF ADDITIONAL SNOW COULD FALL NEAR THE NORTHERN
BORDER OF MAINE THIS MORNING BEFORE THE SNOW TAPERS OFF. WINDS
WILL INITIALLY BE VERY STRONG AND GUSTY AND COULD RESULT IN
BLOWING SNOW. BUT AS THE STORM MOVES RAPIDLY AWAY...WINDS WILL
GRADUALLY DIMINISH THIS AFTERNOON.

THIS WILL BE THE LAST STORM SUMMARY ISSUED BY THE WEATHER
PREDICTION CENTER FOR THIS EVENT. PLEASE REFER TO YOUR LOCAL
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.

KONG

Weather summary
for New Brunswick
issued by Environment Canada
at 3:37 p.m. AST Friday 30 December 2016.

Discussion.

An intense low pressure system moved across western New Brunswick
overnight and into this morning. Heavy snow, rain and strong winds
affected the entire province resulting in very poor driving
conditions and power outages.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by
Environment and Climate Change Canada.

1. Summary of rainfall totals in mm as of 2 PM local time:

Maces Bay: 31
Sussex Corner: 26
Milltown: 24
Point Lepreau: 19

2. Summary of snowfall totals in cm as of 2 PM local time:

Doyleville: 26
Keswick Bridge: 18
Mcleod Hill: 15
O'Donnells: 14

3. Summary of peak wind gusts in km/h as of 2 PM local time:

Saint John: 91
Point Lepreau: 87
Miscou Island: 87
Sussex: 85
Moncton: 83
Grand Manan: 83
Miramichi: 82
Boutouche: 82
Mechanic Settlement: 82
Fredericton: 78
Bas Caraquet: 76
Bathurst: 76

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/ASPC

Weather summary
for Nova Scotia
issued by Environment Canada
at 3:40 p.m. AST Friday 30 December 2016.

Discussion.

An intense low pressure system passed west of the province overnight
and into this morning bringing heavy rain and strong winds resulting
in numerous power outages.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by
Environment and Climate Change Canada.

1. Summary of rainfall totals in mm as of 2 PM local time:

Ingonish Beach: 51
Hammonds Plains: 37
Port Hawkesbury: 34
Port Maitland: 33
Bedford: 32
South Harbour: 32
Margaree Forks: 31
Northeast Margaree: 31
Enfield: 31
Cedar Lake: 30
Tracadie: 30
Trafalgar: 29
Dartmouth: 29
Sydney: 29
Stanfield Airport: 28
Escasoni: 27
Malay Falls: 26
Tusket: 25
Crandall Road: 25
Yarmouth: 24

2. Summary of peak wind gusts in km/h as of 2 PM local time:

Grand Etang: 158
St. Paul Island: 139
Beaver Island: 109
Hart Island: 108
Osborne Head: 104
North Mountain: 104
Escasoni: 104
Sydney: 104
Brier Island: 102
Greenwood (Windy Hill): 98
Caribou Point: 98
Stanfield Airport: 96
Bedford Basin: 96
Baccaro Point: 96
Lunenburg: 95
Mcnabs Island: 89
Halifax Kootenay: 89
Debert: 89
Port Hawkesbury: 89
Western Head: 87

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/ASPC

Weather summary
for Prince Edward Island
issued by Environment Canada
at 3:34 p.m. AST Friday 30 December 2016.

Discussion.

An intense low pressure system passed through the Maritimes
overnight Thursday and into today. Very strong wind gusts were
reported across the island causing numerous power outages.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by
Environment and Climate Change Canada.

1. Summary of peak winds gusts in km/h:

North Point: 119
Summerside: 102
Charlottetown: 95
East Point: 89
Stanhope: 87
Harrington: 87
Maple PLains: 85

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 05 FOR SOUTHEAST U.S. AND EAST COAST WINTER
STORM
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD
1000 AM EST SUN JAN 08 2017

...SNOW HAS ENDED ACROSS THE NORTHEAST...

ALL WATCHES AND WARNINGS FOR THIS EVENT HAS EXPIRED.

FOR A DETAILED GRAPHICAL DEPICTION OF THE LATEST
WATCHES...WARNINGS AND ADVISORIES...PLEASE SEE WWW.WEATHER.GOV

AT 900 AM EST...A SURFACE LOW WAS LOCATED JUST OFF THE NORTHEAST
COAST OF NOVA SCOTIA...CANADA. NATIONAL WEATHER SURFACE DOPPLER
RADARS AND SURFACE OBSERVATIONS SHOWED THE SNOWFALL HAD COME TO AN
END ACROSS NEW ENGLAND.

...SELECTED STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL IN INCHES WHERE THE EVENT HAS
ENDED...

...CONNECTICUT...
GROTON 8.5
LISBON 8.5
DAYVILLE 7.8
OLD SAYBROOK 7.8
NORWICH 7.5
CHESTER 7.4
NORTHFORD 6.8
HAMDEN 6.7
MERIDEN 6.5
CHAPLIN 6.3
EASTFORD 6.3
PUTNAM 6.0
SANDY HOOK 5.5
SOUTHINGTON 5.5
COVENTRY 5.0
HEBRON 5.0
NORWALK 5.0

...DELAWARE...
OCEAN VIEW 13.5
SELBYVILLE 13.0
LEWES 10.0
GUMBORO 8.4
LAUREL 8.0
BETHANY BEACH 7.1
DOVER 3.2
NEW CASTLE COUNTY ARPT 2.1

...GEORGIA...
HIAWASSEE 4.8 SSE 6.6
BLAIRSVILLE 5.3 ESE 5.0
DAHLONEGA 6.4 NW 4.5
CLAYTON 4.0
TURNERVILLE 1 NNW 3.5

...KENTUCKY...
INEZ 2 E 5.2
VIPER 4.0

...MASSACHUSETTS...
EAST BRIDGEWATER 19.5
MIDDLEBORO 17.6
HANOVER 17.0
PLYMOUTH 17.0
ROCKLAND 17.0
SOUTH WEYMOUTH 16.5
WEYMOUTH 16.5
BROCKTON 16.4
KINGSTON 16.2
NEW BEDFORD 15.5
OAK BLUFFS 15.5
WEST WAREHAM 15.5
MARION 15.0
WHITMAN 14.5
FAIRHAVEN 11.0
HULL 10.6
CHILMARK 9.8

...MARYLAND...
EDEN 10.0
PRINCESS ANNE 10.0
SNOW HILL 10.0
SALISBURY 9.0
CALIFORNIA 3 NW 8.0
WNW CHINGVILLE 7.8
DOWELL 2 NE 7.5
NNE COMPTON 7.0
S BRETON WOODS 7.0
SAINT INIGOES 7.0
VALLEY LEE 6.5

...MAINE...
E WHITING 9.0
PEMBROKE 5.4 SSE 9.0
COOPER 0.5 SE 7.5
ROBBINSTON 1 NW 7.2
MACHIAS 7.0
MOUNT DESERT 1 NW 6.0
CRANBERRY ISLES 2 W 3.3
AUGUSTA 2.5

...NORTH CAROLINA...
MOUNT AIRY 12.0
NORLINA 5 N 12.0
OAK RIDGE 2 S 11.0
GREENSBORO 1 NNW 10.0
LAWNDALE 10.0
HIGH POINT 4 WNW 9.0
SUMMERFIELD 9.0
TAYLORSVILLE 9.0
CAMP SPRINGS 2 NE 8.5
CLEMMONS 8.0
SURL 5 N 8.0
MORGANTON 7.5
BURLINGTON 7.0
EDEN 7.0
FAIRVIEW 7.0
WINSTON-SALEM 5 SE 6.7
EFLAND 5 N 6.5

...NEW HAMPSHIRE...
NORTH HAMPTON 3.5
MANCHESTER ASOS 2.4

...NEW JERSEY...
LACEY TWP 6.3 E 8.5
BERKELEY TWP 2.7 SSE 8.2
LITTLE EGG HARBOR TWP 5.4 N 8.0
ESTELL MANOR 6.1
SOUTH DENNIS 6.0
HOBOKEN 5.6
NEWARK AIRPORT 5.5
ROSELLE 5.4
CAPE MAY HARBOR 5.0
MANAHAWKIN 5.0
HARRISON 4.8
ELIZABETH 4.4
RIDGEWOOD 4.2
NEWARK 4.0

...NEW YORK...
YAPHANK 10.8
LAUREL 10.5
CORAM 10.3
NESCONSET 1 SSW 10.0
RIVERHEAD 10.0
FARMINGVILLE 9.9
UPTON 9.8
PORT JEFFERSON STATION 9.7
STONY BROOK 9.6
LAKE RONKONKOMA 9.5
HICKSVILLE 9.2
LINDENHURST 9.2
HOLTSVILLE 9.0
ISLIP 9.0
PLAINVIEW 9.0
BAYPORT 8.3
JAMESPORT 7.3
HARLEM 4.7
KENNEDY AIRPORT 4.5

...PENNSYLVANIA...
PUGHTOWN 3.5
CHADDS FORD 3.0
ABINGTON 2.5
PHILADELPHIA 2.0
NEWTOWN 1.8
DOWNINGTOWN 1.5
WEST CHESTER 1.2

...RHODE ISLAND...
WESTERLY 15.5
MIDDLETOWN 14.3
CRANST 12.0
CRANSTON 12.0
HOPE VALLY 11.5
RICHMOND 11.0
SAUNDERSTOWN 11.0
TIVERTON 11.0
RUMFORD 10.3
BURRILLVILLE 10.0
PROVIDENCE 9.8
GLOCESTER 9.0
SMITHFIELD 9.0
GREENE 8.5
BLOCK ISLAND 8.3
PORTSMOUTH 7.0
NORTH KINGSTOWN 6.2

...SOUTH CAROLINA...
PATTERSON 7.0
GREER 5 N 6.0
LANDRUM 6.0
INMAN 5.0
GREENVILLE 1 N 4.5
PICKENS 4 W 4.5
SPARTANBURG 4.0

...TENNESSEE...
ROAN MOUNTAIN 6.2 WNW 6.6
COSBY 5.0
ELIZABETHTON 5.0
GREENEVILLE 3.0 S 4.6
TOWNSEND 4.5
MARYVILLE 4.4 SW 4.2
JOHNSON CITY 2 NE 4.0
NEWPORT 4.0
SEVIERVILLE 4.0

...VIRGINIA...
WILLIAMSBURG 12.5
HEATHSVILLE 12.0
LANCASTER 11.5
STONY CREEK 10.0
COLONIAL HEIGHTS 9.5
DISPUTANTA 3 NW 9.0
LIGHTFOOT 9.0
MARTINSVILLE 2.0 SE 9.0
NEWPORT NEWS GOLF 1 ESE 9.0
WACHAPREAGUE 8.5
SMITHFIELD 8.3
BREVARD 1.2 NNW 8.1
ASHEVILLE 3.8 E 7.1
DOWNTOWN RICHMOND 3 N 6.3
WARDS CORNER 1 SSE 6.0
NORFOLK INTERNATIONAL ARPT 4.0
STAUNTON 2.8

...SELECTED STORM TOTAL SLEET AMOUNTS IN INCHES WHERE THE EVENT
HAS ENDED...

...ALABAMA...
CHELSEA 1.00
PELHAM 1.00
WEAVER 0.80
BIRMINGHAM RACE C 1 NNW 0.30

...LOUISIANA...
NATCHITOCHES 0.20
COLFAX 0.10

...MISSISSIPPI...
CLINTON 5 SSE 0.50
FLOWOOD 0.30
COLLINSVILLE 0.25
PEARL 0.25
VICKSBURG 1 ENE 0.25

...NORTH CAROLINA...
FALLS LAKE 4 SSE 2.00
FOUISBURG 1.00
RALEIGH 5 NE 1.00

...SOUTH CAROLINA...
MAULDIN 4 E 1.00

...TENNESSEE...
KNOXVILLE 4 W 1.50

...SELECTED STORM TOTAL FREEZING RAIN IN INCHES WHERE THE EVENT
HAS ENDED...

...GEORGIA...
ATLANTA 0.31
DOUGLASVILLE 0.25
MARIETTA 1 NE 0.25
NEWTOWN 0.20
FAYETTEVILLE 0.15

...NORTH CAROLINA...
APEX 2 SW 0.10
ROCKY MOUNT 0.10


BESIDES LINGERING LIGHT SNOW SHOWERS ACROSS THE REGION...THIS
EVENT HAS ENDED BUT GUSTY WINDS MAY STILL CONTINUE ACROSS NORTHERN
NEW ENGLAND AS THE LOW PULLS AWAY FROM THE COAST.

THIS WILL BE THE LAST STORM SUMMARY ISSUED BY THE WEATHER
PREDICTION CENTER FOR THIS EVENT. PLEASE REFER TO YOUR LOCAL
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.

SANTORELLI
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Weather summary
for New Brunswick
updated by Environment Canada
at 12:48 p.m. AST Sunday 8 January 2017.

Discussion.

An intense low pressure system moved eastward along a track south of
Nova Scotia overnight leaving significant snowfall amounts in it's
wake over the Maritimes. Snowfall amounts forecast over southern New
Brunswick varied from 10-15 centimetres in the west to 15-25
centimetres in the east.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by
Environment Canada.

Snowfall amounts in centimetres:

Airport Observation Sites:
Saint John: 21
Moncton: 22

Automated Observations Sites:
Point Lepreau: 5
Fundy Park: 19
Grand Manan: 10
Mechanic Settlement: 16

Volunteer Observation Sites:
St. Andrews: 12
Milltown: 9
Gagetown: 20
Cumberland Bay: 17
Little River: 18

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/ASPC

Weather summary
for Nova Scotia
issued by Environment Canada
at 12:00 p.m. AST Sunday 8 January 2017.

Discussion.

An intense low pressure system passed south of Nova Scotia last
night bringing snow and ice pellets to the province with a
changeover to rain over easternmost areas.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by
Environment Canada as of 11:00 AM.

1. Summary of snowfall in centimetres.

Yarmouth: 26
Baccaro Point: 25
Bedford Range: 26
Halifax International Airport: 33
Collegeville: 23
Nappan: 21
Debert: 20
New Ross: 28
Kentville: 27
Greenwood: 26
Kejimkujik: 29
Eskasoni: 26
Sydney Airport: 27
Ingonish Beach: 20
Cheticamp: 16

Volunteer and CoCoRaHS observations:

Dayton: 25
Hillgrove: 23
Hammonds Plains: 22
Dartmouth: 24

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/ASPC

Weather summary
for Prince Edward Island
issued by Environment Canada
at 12:00 p.m. AST Sunday 8 January 2017.

Discussion.

An intense low pressure system passed south of Nova Scotia last
night bringing snow and blowing snow to the island.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by
Environment Canada as of 11:00 AM.

1. Summary of snowfall in centimetres:

Charlottetown Airport: 30
Harrington: 23
St. Peters: 27

CoCoRaHS observations as of 7 AM:

Wellington: 19
Bedeque: 23
Borden: 27
New London: 21
Stratford: 27

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/ASPC
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#12 Postby weathaguyry » Wed Feb 08, 2017 2:51 pm

Maybe they will follow in a similar fashion and issue a blizzard warning for Long Island
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#16 Postby weathaguyry » Thu Feb 09, 2017 1:33 am

FYI I will be posting updates from Long Island in the Mid-Atlantic thread
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Re: New England/Canadian Maritimes Winter 2016-2017

#17 Postby cycloneye » Thu Feb 09, 2017 5:03 pm

Yikes! Intense blizzard conditions over there.

 https://twitter.com/tornadotrackers/status/829797229628108800


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#18 Postby Hybridstorm_November2001 » Fri Feb 10, 2017 4:38 pm

For all the latest info on these storms please check out my weather blog -

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NORTHEAST U.S. WINTER STORM
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD
1000 AM EST FRI FEB 10 2017

...ORGANIZED SNOWFALL HAS COME TO AN END ACROSS THE NORTHEAST...

FOR A DETAILED GRAPHICAL DEPICTION OF THE LATEST
WATCHES...WARNINGS AND ADVISORIES...PLEASE SEE WWW.WEATHER.GOV

AT 900 AM EST...A SURFACE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM...WITH A CENTRAL
PRESSURE OF 969 MB OR 28.61 INCHES...WAS LOCATED IN THE GULF OF
ST. LAWRENCE IN CANADA. NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADARS
AND SURFACE OBSERVATIONS INDICATED THE ORGANIZED SNOWFALL
ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SYSTEM HAD ENDED AND ONLY LIGHT AND SCATTERED
LAKE EFFECT SHOWERS REMAINED ACROSS THE NORTHEAST. EVEN THOUGH THE
CENTER OF THE STORM WAS WELL TO THE NORTH...SCATTERED GUSTY WINDS
WERE STILL OCCURING...ESPECIALLY ALONG COASTAL NEW ENGLAND.

...SELECTED PEAK WIND GUSTS IN MILES PER HOUR EARLIER IN THE
EVENT...

...DELAWARE...
BIG STONE BEACH 18 SE 55
BISHOPVILLE 17 NNE 53
LEWES 52

...MASSACHUSETTS...
HYANNIS 2 NE 70
NANTUCKET 2 ESE 68
AQUINNAH 65
EDGARTOWN 60
WORCESTER 3 WNW 60
BARNSTABLE 58
WOODS HOLE 58
DUXBURY 1 E 56
ROCKPORT 55
WINDEMERE 1 NE 55
PLYMOUTH 53

...MARYLAND...
BLOOMFIELD 2 WSW 51
PATUXENT RIVER 51
EDGEMERE 2 ENE 50

...NEW JERSEY...
CAPE MAY 60
PORT NORRIS 19 SSE 55
HIGH POINT 52

...NEW YORK...
CALVERTON 4 NE 64
HITHER HILLS STATE 2 W 59
NAPEAGUE 1 ESE 58

...PENNSYLVANIA...
BENSALEM 2 NNE 57

...RHODE ISLAND...
DUNN LANDING 2 NNE 62
BLOCK ISLAND 60
LAWTONS 2 WNW 58

...VIRGINIA...
STAUNTON ARPT 1 ENE 58
DULLES INTERNATIONAL 51
MOSCOW 2 WSW 51

...SELECTED STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL IN INCHES WHERE THE EVENT HAS
ENDED...

...CONNECTICUT...
EAST HARTFORD 19.0
SUFFIELD 18.0
ENFIELD 17.5
BLOOMFIELD 17.0
SOMERS 16.8
WINDSOR 16.3
ASHFORD 16.0
BARKHAMPSTED 1 NNE 16.0
CANTON 16.0
MANCHESTER 16.0
NORTH HAVEN 14.0
WEATOGUE 13.0
MILFORD 12.4
WINSTED 12.0
DANBURY 11.5
FAIRFIELD 11.5
NORWICH 9.2

...MASSACHUSETTS...
EAST LONGMEADOW 19.0
LUDLOW 18.0
MONSON 17.3
GRANBY 17.2
WESTFIELD 17.0
ATHOL 16.5
HAMPDEN 16.5
HUBBARDSTON 16.1
SOUTHWICK 16.0
SPRINGFIELD 16.0
BELCHERTOWN 15.5
WINCHENDON 14.5
LONGMEADOW 12.5
HANCOCK 2 ENE 12.0
ORANGE 12.0
SOUTH BOSTON 12.0
AMHERST 7.0

...MARYLAND...
REDHOUSE 11.5
GRANTSVILLE 5.0
FROSTBURG 1 W 4.0
TANEYTOWN 3 NE 4.0
ECKHART MINES 3.0

...MAINE...
COOPER 1 SE 24.0
GOULDSBORO 22.0
EASTPORT 1 NNW 18.0
BERWICK 1 N 15.4
BERWICK 12.0
DOVER 11.5
BARTLETT MILLS 11.3
WELLS 11.0
LIMINGTON 10.5
MINOT 10.5
VASSALBORO 10.5
SABATTUS 10.0
PARKER HEAD 1 WNW 9.1
CAPE NEDDICK 9.0
SANDY BROOK 2 SE 9.0
NEW GLOUCESTER 8.5

...NEW HAMPSHIRE...
NOTTINGHAM 17.0
MERRIMACK 16.5
LITCHFIELD 15.0
RINDGE 15.0
GIBSON FOUR CORNE 1 SSE 14.8
AUBURN 14.0
DEERFIELD 1 NNE 14.0
MILFORD 14.0
HOLLIS 13.8
LONDONDERRY 2 S 13.5
NASHUA 13.4
BROOKLINE 13.0
DERRY 13.0
FREMONT 12.0
ALSTEAD 6 ESE 9.5
NORTHFIELD 1 W 8.0
CONCORD 7.0
WINCHESTER 6.0

...NEW JERSEY...
VERNON 10.0
WANTAGE 10.0
ENGLEWOOD 9.6
HARRINGTON PARK 8.9
HOBOKEN 8.7
BASKING RIDGE 8.0
CEDAR GROVE 8.0
KINNELON 8.0
RIDGEWOOD 7.9
NEWARK AIRPORT 7.8
HASBROUCK HEIGHTS 7.6
MONTAGUE 7.5
RAMSEY 7.5
ALLENDALE 7.0
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP 7.0
OXFORD 6.5
MAPLEWOOD 6.3
SHORT HILLS 6.0

...NEW YORK...
FEURA BUSH 18.0
VOORHEESVILLE 18.0
GUILDERLAND 16.3
BOHEMIA 15.5
FARMINGVILLE 14.4
HICKSVILLE 14.0
SETAUKET 14.0
SMITHTOWN 13.8
ISLIP AIRPORT 13.7
CENTEREACH 13.5
DELMAR 13.0
HIGHLAND MILLS 12.4
COMMACK 12.0
WARWICK 11.0
BEDFORD-STUYVESANT 10.0
QUEENS VILLAGE 10.0
NYC/LA GUARDIA 9.5
CENTRAL PARK 9.0

...OHIO...
RAVENNA 1E 3.0
WINTERSVILLE 1 NE 2.5
AKRON W SIDE 2.2
MINGO JUNCTION 2.0

...PENNSYLVANIA...
CHAMPION 5 SE 11.0
FLINTON 11.0
DALLAS 10.0
MOUNT POCONO 9.0
BOSWELL 8.5
CLEARFIELD 8.1
INDIANA 2 NE 8.0
SAYLORSBURG 4 W 7.6
CLARENCE 7.2
LEHIGH VALLEY INTL AIRP 7.1
LATROBE 2 S 7.0
ROSTRAVER TOWNSHIP 7.0
BRUSH VALLEY 6.7
LATROBE 1 NW 6.5
LOYSVILLE 6.5
MOON TOWNSHIP 6.2
IRWIN 6.0
HELLERTOWN 5.5
PERKASIE 5.0
VALLEY FORGE 4.0

...RHODE ISLAND...
NORTH FOSTER 14.5
GREENE 14.0
CUMBERLAND 13.4
BURRILLVILLE 13.0
SMITHFIELD 12.0
HOPE VALLEY 11.5
LINCOLN 11.0
PROVIDENCE 10.9
GLOCESTER 9.5
LITTLE COMPTON 9.0
PAWTUCKET 8.5
BLOCK ISLAND 6.0
WARWICK 2 NNW 3.3

...VIRGINIA...
HIGHTOWN 5 NW 6.0

...VERMONT...
WOODFORD 10.0
GUILFORD 9.0
PUTNEY 8.0
WILMINGTON 8.0
BRATTLEBORO 7.5
LANDGROVE 7.5
BENNINGTON 7.0
CHESTER 6.5
PERKINSVILLE 6.0
WESTMINSTER 6.0
DANBY 5.2
HARTLAND 5.1
KILLINGTON 4.0
MAIDSTONE 4.0
BRIDPORT 3.5
WEST ARLINGTON 3.0

...WEST VIRGINIA...
CHEAT LAKE 3 ESE 8.5
CAMERON 5 NW 6.0
PHILIPPI 6.0
TUNNELTON 3 N 6.0
SAINT GEORGE 5.8
MASONTOWN 5.5
CANAAN HEIGHTS 4.0
HAZELTON 4.0
BAYARD 3.5
CHERRY GROVE 6 WSW 3.0
KITZMILLER 2 E 3.0
CLARKSBURG 2.0


GUSTY WINDS WILL SUBSIDE THROUGHOUT THE DAY AS THE LOW PULLS
FARTHER AWAY FROM THE U.S. MAINLAND. LITTLE TO NO ADDITIONAL SNOW
ACCUMULATION IS EXPECTED.

THIS WILL BE THE LAST STORM SUMMARY ISSUED BY THE WEATHER
PREDICTION CENTER FOR THIS EVENT. PLEASE REFER TO YOUR LOCAL
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.

SANTORELLI

Weather summary
for New Brunswick
updated by Environment Canada
at 10:07 a.m. AST Friday 10 February 2017.

Discussion.

An intense low pressure system tracked south of Nova Scotia
overnight spreading snow, heavy at times, and blowing snow to
southern and eastern portions of the province through the night.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by
Environment and Climate Change Canada.

1. Summary of snowfall in cm as of 9 AM AST:

St. Stephen: 38
Sussex: 29
Moncton: 24
Grand Manan: 23
Fredericton city: 23
Fundy National Park: 21
Kouchibouguac: 19
Saint John: 19
Point Lepreau: 15
Mechanic Settlement: 17
Buctouche: 15
Gagetown: 14
Miramichi: 14

VOLUNTEER OBSERVATIONS AS OF 9 AM AST:

Barter Settlement: 36
Gaspereau Forks: 36
Chamcook: 35
Dorchester: 33
Cumberland Bay: 31
Noonan: 29
Keswick Ridge: 27
Miramichi: 25
Gagetown: 23
O'Donnells: 21
Fredericton: 20
Dieppe: 19
Oak Point: 18
Sussex Corner: 17
Bas Caraquet: 12
Jolicure: 12

2. Summary of maximum wind gusts in kilometres per hour:

St. John: 80
Grand Manan: 76

Some of the snowfall reports are from unmanned stations, so actual
amounts may be higher or lower than indicated.

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/ASPC

Weather summary
for Nova Scotia
updated by Environment Canada
at 11:43 a.m. AST Friday 10 February 2017.

Discussion.

An intense low pressure system tracked south of Nova Scotia
overnight spreading snow, heavy at times, and blowing snow to much
of the Maritimes through the night.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by
Environment and Climate Change Canada.

1. Summary of snowfall in cm as of 11 AM AST:

Kejimkujik: 25
Greenwood: 25
New Ross: 21
Kentville: 21
Yarmouth: 19
Halifax Stanfield Airport: 17

Volunteer observations as of 11 AM AST:

Wedgeport: 29
Port Maitland: 28
Tusket: 28
Rawdon Gold Mines: 26
Yarmouth: 26
Cedar Lake: 20
Fall River: 20
Hammonds Plains: 20
Nappan: 20
Scots Bay: 19
Bedford: 18
Trafalgar: 17
Antigonish: 15
Enfield: 15

2. Summary of maximum wind gusts in kilometres per hour:

Grand Etang: 128
Beaver Island: 107
North Mountain: 95
Greenwood: 87
Hart Island: 87
Yarmouth: 87
Caribou Island: 85
Lunenburg: 85
Parrsboro: 85
Sydney: 85
Port Hawkesbury: 83
Debert: 82
Eskasoni: 82
Halifax Stanfield Airport: 78

Some of the snowfall reports are from unmanned stations, so actual
amounts may be higher or lower than indicated.

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/ASPC

Weather summary
for Prince Edward Island
issued by Environment Canada
at 10:55 a.m. AST Friday 10 February 2017.

Discussion.

An intense low pressure system tracked south of Nova Scotia
overnight spreading snow, heavy at times, and blowing snow to much
of the Maritimes through the night.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by
Environment and Climate Change Canada.

1. Summary of snowfall in cm as of 10 AM AST:

Charlottetown: 24
Stanhope: 19
St. Peters: 17

Volunteer observations as of 10 AM AST:

Borden: 22
Charlottetown: 19
Grand Tracadie: 18
Caledonia: 17
Cardigan: 17
Wellington: 14
New London: 11

2. Summary of maximum wind gusts in kilometres per hour:

East Point: 95
North Cape: 85
Summerside: 80
Charlottetown: 76
Harrington: 76
St. Peters: 76

Some of the snowfall reports are from unmanned stations, so actual
amounts may be higher or lower than indicated.

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/ASPC
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#20 Postby Hybridstorm_November2001 » Tue Feb 14, 2017 12:28 pm

STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 08 FOR NORTHEAST WINTER STORM
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD
400 AM EST TUE FEB 14 2017

...SNOW HAS COME TO AN END...

FOR A DETAILED GRAPHICAL DEPICTION OF THE LATEST
WATCHES...WARNINGS AND ADVISORIES...PLEASE SEE WWW.WEATHER.GOV

AT 300 AM EST...A STRONG SURFACE LOW WITH A CENTRAL PRESSURE OF
972 MB...28.70 INCHES...WAS LOCATED IN THE WESTERN ATLANTIC ABOUT
250 MILES SOUTHEAST OF BANGOR...MAINE. AN OCCLUDED FRONTAL SYSTEM
EXTENDED EASTWARD FROM THE LOW INTO THE WESTERN ATLANTIC. NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE RADARS AND SURFACE OBSERVATIONS INDICATED THAT
SNOW HAD COME TO AN END ACROSS NEW ENGLAND

...SELECTED PEAK WIND GUSTS IN MILES PER HOUR EARLIER IN THE
EVENT...

...MASSACHUSETTS...
WORCESTER 3 WNW 58

...MARYLAND...
HYATTSVILLE 63
FLINT 2 SW 61
BUCKTOWN 3 WSW 56
SALISBURY-WICOMICO 52

...MAINE...
CRIEHAVEN 4 SSE 68

...NEW YORK...
SANDS POINT 1 WNW 72
WHITE PLAINS AIRPORT 72
EATONS NECK 59
MECOX 1 SW 58
ORIENT 58

...PENNSYLVANIA...
SCHWENKSVILLE 3 SSW 63
MARION CENTER 3 NNW 62
CLYMER 6 NE 56
GROVE CITY 56
PITTSBURGH INTERNATIONA 55

...VIRGINIA...
MOUNTAIN LAKE 1 E 64
WINTERGREEN 4 NW 63
QUANTICO 1 SW 59
GAINESVILLE 1 SE 58
TANGIER 3 SSE 57
HARBORTON 2 WSW 55
CHINCOTEAGUE 2 SW 50
SILVER BEACH 5 NW 50

...WISCONSIN...
CUDAHY 2 W 52
KENOSHA 1 NE 50

...WEST VIRGINIA...
PETERSBURG 1 S 61
SNOWSHOE 60
WHEELING AIRPORT 55

...SELECTED STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL IN INCHES WHERE THE EVENT HAS
ENDED...

...CONNECTICUT...
NORFOLK 6.4
NORTH GROSVENOR DALE 1.7 SSE 6.0
WINSTED 6.0
STAFFORDVILLE 5.6
NEWTOWN 5.5
COLEBROOK 5.3
GRANBY 5.0
TOLLAND 5.0
BURLINGTON 4.8
COLLINSVILLE 1 NW 4.8
SIMSBURY CENTER 1 S 4.8
BAKERSVILLE 4.7
POMFRET 4.4
VERNON 4 NNE 4.4
SOMERS 4.2
AVON 4.1
ENFIELD 4.1
CANTON 4.0

...MASSACHUSETTS...
HEATH 16.0
ROWE 15.2
CLARKSBURG 14.0
DRACUT 12.0
LUNENBURG 12.0
TEWKSBURY 12.0
PONTOOSUC 11.0
SAVOY 10.5
HAVERHILL 10.4
METHUEN 9.5
FITCHBURG 9.4
ASHBURNHAM 8.5
ARLINGTON 8.1
WINCHESTER 8.1
IPSWICH 8.0
LANESBOROUGH 8.0
PITTSFIELD 8.0
LEOMINSTER 7.7
LANCASTER 7.5

...MAINE...
JONESBORO 1 SW 36.0
SHERMAN 31.5
NOBLEBORO 2 NNW 30.0
STARKS 30.0
OAKLAND 29.0
DEXTER 28.0
GUILFORD 28.0
ROQUE BLUFFS 28.0
ROBBINSTON 1 NW 27.8
BOOTHBAY 27.0
BRISTOL 27.0
JEFFERSON 27.0
VEAZIE 1 SW 26.2
BENTON 26.0
HARTFORD 26.0
WALDOBORO 26.0
ISLAND FALLS 25.0
LIVERMORE FALLS 1 E 25.0
SPRINGFIELD 7 SSE 24.5
BANGOR INTERNATIONAL AI 24.1
AUGUSTA 1 E 24.0
KENNEBUNKPORT 24.0
WHITEFIELD 24.0
WINDSOR 4 SSW 24.0
SURRY 2 E 23.6
MILLINOCKET 23.0
PHIPPSBURG 21.2
BROWNVILLE 20.0
HARPSWELL 20.0
EDGECOMB 19.0
SIDNEY 19.0
MOUNT VERNON 18.5
BRUNSWICK 15.5
PORTLAND 14.5

...NEW HAMPSHIRE...
JEFFERSON 29.0
BRISTOL 28.0
RANDOLPH 1 NW 16.0
CENTER SANDWICH 5 E 15.0
NORTH HAMPTON 2 WSW 15.0
CONCORD 4 SSE 14.0
ELIOT 2 WNW 14.0
LISBON 14.0
OSSIPEE 14.0
JACKSON 13.5
NASHUA 13.2
MILAN 13.0
BERLIN 12.0
LEE 12.0
ROLLINSFORD 2 WSW 12.0
GREENLAND 11.8
NORTHFIELD 2.8 E 11.2
NEW IPSWICH 2 S 10.6
WASHINGTON 1 ESE 10.3
GONIC 1 S 10.0
HENNIKER 1 SSE 10.0
BEAR BROOK STATE 2 ENE 9.5
MILTON 9.3
HUDSON 4 SSE 8.3

...NEW JERSEY...
MONTAGUE TWP 2.7 WNW 3.3
WANTAGE 2.5

...NEW YORK...
STANDISH 19.0
WEST CHAZY 17.5
CROGHAN 6 N 15.6
MALONE 4 S 15.0
CONSTANTIA 14.0
GLOVERSVILLE 7 NW 13.5
MORRISONVILLE 13.1
MAYFIELD 13.0
OSWEGO 1 SE 13.0
REDFORD 13.0
WELLS 12.2
BLEECKER 12.0
GILBOA 12.0
GALWAY 11.0
MALTA 11.0
CHARLOTTEVILLE 10.5
QUEENSBURY 10.2
AMSTERDAM 10.0
BALLSTON SPA 10.0
INDIAN LAKE 10.0
NORTON HILL 10.0
SHAKERS 1 NE 7.6

...PENNSYLVANIA...
DYBERRY 5.2
HAWLEY 4.0
HARFORD 3.5

...RHODE ISLAND...
HARRISVILLE 1 SSE 5.6
HARRISVILLE 1.2 SSE 5.6
GREENVILLE 0.7 NNW 5.3
NORTH SMITHFIELD 0.6 S 4.6
BURRILLVILLE 4.0
PROVIDENCE 2.3 NE 3.6
WEST WARWICK 2.0

...VERMONT...
WOODFORD 20.5
LANDGROVE 17.5
SE WEST HALIFAX 17.0
WALDEN 16.0
WILMINGTON 16.0
SWANTON 14.6
ST. ALBANS 14.2
JEFFERSONVILLE 14.0
MANCHESTER 13.5
WOODBURY 3 NNW 13.4
WATERBURY 3.0 NW 13.1
MANCHESTER CENTER 12.6
MARSHFIELD 4 ESE 12.5
SUTTON 2 SW 12.2
PUTNEY 11.8
NORTH FAIRFAX 11.0
WALDEN FOUR CORNE 2 NNE 10.0
SOUTH BURLINGTON 2 SE 7.5
MONTPELIER 7.0

...SELECTED STORM TOTAL FREEZING RAIN IN INCHES WHERE THE EVENT
HAS ENDED...

...NEW JERSEY...
PARSIPPANY 0.10
CALDWELL AIRPORT 0.07
SUSSEX AIRPORT 0.06
RIDGEWOOD 0.05
VERNON 0.05
WARREN TWP 0.05
WANTAGE 4 SW 0.04
SOMERSET AIRPORT 0.03

...NEW YORK...
CENTRAL PARK 0.20
ROCHESTER AIRPORT 0.14
NIAGARA FALLS AIRPORT 0.12
BUFFALO AIRPORT 0.09
NYC/LA GUARDIA 0.06
PATCHOGUE 0.01
WESTHAMPTON AIRPORT 0.01

...PENNSYLVANIA...
ALBRIGHTSVILLE 0.25
BEAR CREEK 6 N 0.25
EDGEWOOD 2 N 0.20
HONESDALE 0.20
BUSHKILL TWP 0.19
POCONO MOUNTAINS AIRPOR 0.15
EFFORT 0.13
BOSSARDSVILLE 1 ENE 0.10
HEIDELBERG TWP 0.10
POCONO MOUNTAINS AIRPORT 0.08
LEHIGH VALLEY INTL AIRP 0.04
HUFFS CHURCH 0.02


THE DEEP CYCLONE OFF THE COAST WILL CONTINUE TO CAUSE STRONG WINDS
ACROSS NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND WITH BLIZZARD CONDITIONS POSSIBLE.

THIS WILL BE THE LAST STORM SUMMARY ISSUED BY THE WEATHER
PREDICTION CENTER FOR THIS EVENT. PLEASE REFER TO YOUR LOCAL
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.

KREKELER


Weather summary
for New Brunswick
updated by Environment Canada
at 9:25 a.m. AST Tuesday 14 February 2017.

Discussion.

A low pressure system developed near Cape Cod Sunday night and
intensified into a powerful Nor'easter which passed slowly south of
the region on Monday. The storm brought heavy snow, strong winds,
and blowing snow resulting in blizzard conditions for much of
southern New Brunswick beginning Sunday night and persisting in some
areas until Monday evening. The visibility at CFB Gagetown was less
than 400 metres for 15 consecutive hours.

The following is a preliminary summary of weather event information
received by Environment Canada as of 8:00 A.M. February 14, 2017.
This bulletin will be updated as new information is received.

1. Summary of snowfall in centimetres:

Fredericton SE: 60
Millville: 50
McLeod Hill: 54
Keswick ridge: 45
Nasonworth: 45
Noonan: 51
Gaspereau Forks: 53
McNamee: 24
O'Donnells: 24
CFB Gagetown: 79
Sussex Corner: 56
Berwick: 60
Milltown: 52
St. Stephen: 52
Campobello: 30
Saint John Airport: 39
Oak Point: 60
Little River: 64
Harvey: 35
Dorchester: 57
Moncton Airport: 40
Bouctouche: 30

2. Summary of peak wind gust in kilometres per hour:

CFB Gagetown: 70
Fredericton: 91
Saint John Airport: 85
Moncton Airport: 69
Grand Manan: 100
Point Lepreau: 80
Mechanic Settlement: 80
Sussex: 82
St Stephen: 72
Bouctouche: 69

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/ASPC

Weather summary
for Nova Scotia
updated by Environment Canada
at 10:11 a.m. AST Tuesday 14 February 2017.

Discussion.

A low pressure system developed near Cape Cod Sunday night and
intensified into a powerful Nor'easter which brought blizzard
conditions to much of the Maritimes. The storm brought heavy snow,
strong winds, and blowing snow resulting in blizzard conditions for
most of Monday and Monday night for Nova Scotia.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by
Environment Canada as of 9:00am February 14, 2017. This bulletin
will be updated as new information is received.

1. Summary of snowfall in centimetres:

Yarmouth: 23
Western Head: 49
Kejimkujik: 59
Greenwood: 61
New Ross: 55
Wolfville: 54
Scots Bay: 47
Kentville: 39P
Pockwock Lake: 44
Sackville: 53
Halifax City: 44
Fall River: 53
Halifax International Airport: 54
Parrsboro: 42
Fenwick: 34
Tidnish: 56
Cape George: 45
Sydney Airport: 51

2. Summary of wind in kilometres per hour:

Yarmouth: 91
Western Head: 91
Lunenburg: 109
Halifax Kootenay: 146
Halifax Dockyard: 89
Halifax Windsor Park: 78
Shearwater Jetty: 91
McNabs Island: 91
Osborne Head: 119
Halifax International Airport: 83
Beaver Island: 120
Hart Island: 91
Caribou Point: 82
Kentville: 74
Greenwood: 111
Port Hawkesbury: 89
Sydney Airport: 80
North Mountain: 93
Grand Etang: 145

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/ASPC

Weather summary
for Prince Edward Island
updated by Environment Canada
at 10:25 a.m. AST Tuesday 14 February 2017.

Discussion.

A low pressure system developed near Cape Cod Sunday night and
intensified into a powerful Nor'easter which brought blizzard
conditions to much of the Maritimes. The storm brought heavy snow,
strong winds, and blowing snow resulting in blizzard conditions for
Monday afternoon and Monday night for the island.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by
Environment Canada as of 9:00am February 14, 2017. This bulletin
will be updated as new information is received.

1. Summary of snowfall in centimetres:

Borden: 20
Bonshaw: 36
Charlottetown Airport: 40

2. Summary of wind in kilometres per hour:

East Point: 93
Charlottetown Airport: 98
Summerside: 85
North Cape: 83
St. Peters: 70
Harrington: 82
Stanhope: 65

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/ASPC
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