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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Environment Canada Warning Of More Rain

A special weather statement has been issued by Environment Canada about more rain beginning later today. 

It cautions a low pressure system will approach the region today and then stall near Yarmouth tomorrow. Rain associated with this system will move into southwestern new brunswick by this afternoon and spread northeastward throughout the day. 

The rain will be heavy at times, persisting into tomorrow. Rainfall amounts may reach warning levels especially for the southernmost areas of the province. Just over 40 millimeters is being forecast for the Saint John area. 

Saint John got 57 millimeters of rain last weekend from post tropical storm "Andrea" but Grand Manan received the most at 90 millimeters.