Another round of snow is being expected, that according to a recent report by Environment Canada today. They are expecting 15 to 20 cm of snow on Wednesday.
The CBC reports that the snow warning was issued by Environment Canada for the northwestern part of the New Brunswick province...
Yes, you read that headline correctly! The National Weather Service Office in Caribou as well as Environment Canada have issued a Winter Weather Advisory for most of Aroostook County and Western New Brunswick for late Thursday evening through 1 p.m. on Friday, April 10th, 2015.
It's safe to say that the Spring thaw is on in most parts of Maine and New Brunswick with temperatures expected to be in the mid 40s Fahrenheit or right around 6C to finish out the week.
According to Environment Canada, some rain fall is expected for much of New Brunswick over the next couple of days, with some areas being hit harder than others; especially parts in southern New Brunswick.
Get ready, some chilly air is on the way to Aroostook County and Western New Brunswick overnight.
The National Weather Service Office in Caribou has issued a Wind Chill Advisory from 2 a.m. to 7 a.m. Tuesday, March 3rd, so bundle up if you're going outside.
You may have woke up this morning to light snow falling from the sky. The good news is we're not getting a blizzard. The bad news is that Aroostook County and Western New Brunswick will indeed see some snow accumulation throughout the day.
The National Weather Service Office in Caribou has issued a Winter Weather Advisory, and that remains in effect until 3 p.m. Wednesday.