532  
AWCN14 CWHX 180128  
WEATHER SUMMARY  
FOR NEW BRUNSWICK  
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA  
AT 10:28 P.M. ADT THURSDAY 17 OCTOBER 2019.  
 
DISCUSSION.  
 
A SIGNIFICANT FALL STORM INTENSIFIED OVER NEW ENGLAND EARLY THURSDAY  
MORNING AND BROUGHT STRONG EASTERLY WINDS, HEAVY RAIN AND HIGHER  
THAN NORMAL WATER LEVELS TO PARTS OF THE COAST. A BAND OF STRONG  
WINDS AND HEAVY RAIN ASSOCIATED WITH THE STORM HAS MOVED OFF TO THE  
NORTHEAST OF THE PROVINCE.  
 
HERE IS A SUMMARY OF WEATHER INFORMATION AS OF 9 PM ADT.  
 
SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS (KM/H) AS OF 9 PM ADT OCTOBER 17TH.  
 
MISCOU ISLAND: 91  
DINGEE BROOK (NB FIRE STN) 82  
CHARLO 80  
ST. STEPHEN 77  
MUSQUASH (NB FIRE STN) 76  
POINT LEPREAU 72  
FREDERICTON 71  
 
RAINFALL AMOUNTS OBSERVED WERE GENERALLY IN THE 15 TO 25 MILLIMETRE  
RANGE OVER MOST AREAS OF THE PROVINCE.  
 
SIGNIFICANT STORM SURGE WAS OBSERVED EARLIER TODAY. THE FOLLOWING  
WATER LEVELS (IN CENTIMETRES) ABOVE ASTRONOMICAL HIGH TIDE WERE  
OBSERVED BY TIDE GUAGE DATA:  
 
BELLEDUNE: 90 CM ABOVE HIGH TIDE  
SHEDIAC: 80 CM ABOVE HIGH TIDE  
ESCUMINAC: 80 CM ABOVE HIGH TIDE  
 
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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