"Significant snow possible for New Brunswick Tuesday into Wednesday...Environment and Climate Change Canada meteorologists are tracking the development of a potentially major winter storm that may begin to affect the Maritimes Tuesday afternoon and persist into Wednesday.At this time, current long range information suggests that significant snowfall is possible for much of New Brunswick; however, as this system has yet to develop, there remains some uncertainty in its final track and intensity. Slight shifts in the track of this low pressure system could significantly change precipitation type and duration."
Moncton and Southeast New Brunswick"An intense winter storm will bring heavy snow and high winds late in the day Tuesday and Tuesday night and possibly into Wednesday.A low pressure system is forecast to develop east of Cape Hatteras today then intensify as it tracks northeastward toward the Maritimes on Tuesday. The storm centre is forecast to track near the Nova Scotia Coast late Tuesday night.Snow at times heavy is expected to begin later Tuesday afternoon. At this time amounts up to 10 centimetres are possible by early Tuesday evening with additional amounts expected Tuesday night into Wednesday. Very strong northeasterly winds will develop Tuesday night and will likely give extensive blowing and drifting snow and could lead to isolated power outages."
Moncton and Southeast New BrunswickHazardous winter conditions are expected.Heavy snow, strong winds and blowing snow are expected tonight and continuing through Wednesday.An intense low pressure system will approach the Maritimes from the southwest today and tonight. The low centre is expected to track across Nova Scotia Wednesday morning then linger over the Gulf of St. LAwrence on Wednesday.Snow at times heavy is expected to begin over southwestern New Brunswick late this afternoon and reach northern regions by early evening. Snow will persist over much of the province on Wednesday. Total snowfall amounts of 15 to 25 centimetres are generally expected by late Wednesday but could reach up to 40 centimetres in isolated spots over the eastern half of the province. Strong northeasterly winds gusting to 60 to 80 km/h will develop this evening, likely give extensive blowing and drifting snow. These winds will ease over most of the province on Wednesday but will continue over northeastern sections until late in the day.