SAINT JOHN, N.B.- The clean-up continues today following a nasty blast of winter weather on Thursday.
The storm which lashed the region yesterday resulted in very slippery conditions and several accidents sending a few people to hospital with minor injuries .
There were also flight delays and cancellations and power outages in some parts of the province.
Meteorologist Richard Zurawski tells us the storm pretty much delivered as expected. “Across southern New Brunswick we got 15 to 30 centimetres of snow and I think actually the high points were Fredericton and Moncton in terms of total snowfall amounts and there was some rain, freezing rain and ice pellets mixed with it”, says Zurawski.
Official totals from Environment Canada yesterday show Saint John with 12 centimetres of snow, Moncton with 29, and Fredericton with about 31.
Zurawski says temperatures will fall later today and he’s tracking a system south of Nova Scotia which could bring more snow to the area on Sunday.