Lost traffic targets have closed many schools to keep the province going through the huge storm that & # 39; s eating through New Hampshire at the weekend.
All schools in the Anglo-Saxon East and English schools are closed today. Several schools are also closed in areas in the French Southern School District, including:
- Building shower
- St. John
- Grand Baroque
Travel is not yet offered to various hillsides across the province, including Longs Creek Highway 2, which is west of Fredericton, to Dubee Settlement Road, at Havelock.
So 50 centimeters of snow felt in the northern New Bronze neighborhood earlier this week, while near 100 millimeters of rainfall was counted in some southern parts of & # 39; a province, according to Embassy Canada.
The storm pumps the province, creating troubling running conditions and clipping power to thousands of NB consumers.
On Tuesday morning, user 124 reported still being able to knock out, mostly in Flatlands, Glencoe and Tide Head in Restigouche County.
In & # 39; noon, Canada's Environment has released a special all-province defense.
The Weather Directory provides a front view to & # 39; a south west to Wednesday and meet the Maritime on Wednesday morning.
"This system will bring wine, rain and snow to the region again," said Tina Simpkin, a CBC meteorologist.
"Round two, if you want, doesn't have the strength or dynamics like us Sunday [and] Monday storm, but it will change conditions again. "
Surrounding Canada said the advantage in a much milder air will be widening in the southwest. The snow followed by rain will probably go to New Brunswick by Thursday morning, probably causing rain in most of the provinces by Thursday morning.
"This system can take up in the daytime Thursday morning a whole clean fast and powerful cutting meal, which can not lead to potential flooding. A return to colder, drier weather is expected on Friday."