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Monday, December 9, 2013

Saint John Will Not Be Hammered By Storm From Eastern Seaboard

We are not going to be inundated with snow and freezing rain, unlike large portions of the U.S. and Ontario. 

That word coming from Claude Cote of Environment Canada who tells CHSJ News light snow will continue through tonight with ice pellets in the overnight hours as it warms up. The forecast is calling for a couple of centimeters of snow later this afternoon and from 2 to 4 centimeters of snow and ice pellets tonight with the precipitation ending overnight.

Beginning later this week, a cold spell will descend on the region with below normal temperatures. The average daytime high for this time of year is expected to be around the freezing mark.