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Current Weather Warnings Issued In New Brunswick For:

LERTS FOR: SAINT JOHN AND COUNTY

WARNINGS

3:59 PM ADT FRIDAY 18 AUGUST 2017
RAINFALL WARNING IN EFFECT FOR:

  • SAINT JOHN AND COUNTY

RAIN, AT TIMES HEAVY, IS EXPECTED.

A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM IS EXPECTED TO DEVELOP ALONG THE SOUTHERN COAST OF MAINE OVERNIGHT TONIGHT. RAIN AHEAD OF THIS SYSTEM IS EXPECTED TO BEGIN THIS EVENING OVER SOUTHWESTERN NEW BRUNSWICK AND BECOME HEAVY AT TIMES AS IT SPREADS NORTHEASTWARD OVERNIGHT TONIGHT AND INTO SATURDAY. RAIN AT TIMES HEAVY IS EXPECTED TO TAPER TO SHOWERS OR DRIZZLE BY SATURDAY EVENING.

AT THIS TIME THE MOST SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL IS EXPECTED OVER SOUTHERNMOST NEW BRUNSWICK WHERE BETWEEN 40 TO 60 MM OR MORE ARE EXPECTED BY SATURDAY EVENING ALONG PARTS OF THE FUNDY COAST.

THERE REMAINS SOME UNCERTAINTY IN THE FINAL TRACK OF THIS SYSTEM, AND AS A RESULT, SLIGHT CHANGES IN THE TRACK OF THIS FEATURE COULD SIGNIFICANTLY IMPACT TOTAL RAINFALL ACCUMULATION.

HEAVY DOWNPOURS CAN CAUSE FLASH FLOODS AND WATER POOLING ON ROADS. LOCALIZED FLOODING IN LOW-LYING AREAS IS POSSIBLE. WATCH FOR POSSIBLE WASHOUTS NEAR RIVERS, CREEKS AND CULVERTS.

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 EC.WEATHERASPC.EC@CANADA.CA OR TWEET REPORTS USING #NBSTORM.

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