Gouvernement du Nouveau-Brunswick
Saint John
Upper Kingsclear
St. Stephen
Pluie forte
12 500 000,00 $

Lieux touchés

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On Saturday July 5th, Hurricane Arthur transformed into a potent Post-Tropical storm over the Maritime provinces. Hurricane Arthur passed over New Brunswick bringing heavy rain and wind across the province. Across the Province widespread road closures occurred due to fallen trees, washouts and localized flooding. Due to Arthur’s interaction with an easterly moving storm front, wind speeds were greater than anticipated causing widespread power outages and road closures in all parts of the Province. At the peak approximately 140,000 NB Power customers were affected. Fredericton and Woodstock areas experienced highest numbers of power outages. Maximum wind gusts in Fredericton was 100 KM/HR.
Heavy rainfall and high winds.
The following is the list of rainfall total and some of the strongest winds that affected New Brunswick: Sation, Rainfall totals (mm) GAGETOWN RWN, 150 mm ** ST. STEPHEN, 143 mm NOONAN, 140 mm MILLVILLE, 127 mm MIRAMICHI, 122 mm Keswick River, 120 mm Bathurst, 114 mm Kouchbouguac, 111 mm Bas Caraquet, 107 mm Gagetown, 102 mm Tracadie, 101 mm Grand Manan, 93 mm Fredericton, 92 mm Mechanic Settlement, 86 mm Point Lepreau, 77 mm St. John, 74 mm Gaspe, 67 mm Baxter Corner, 61 mm Charlo, 60 mm St. Quentin, 54 mm Station, Highest Wind Gust (Kilometres Per Hour) Fredericton,98 Bas Caraquet,98 * VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVER. ** HIGHEST REPORT FROM A NETWORK OF TOWERS AT GAEGETOWN D.N.D.
Total damage cost from Post-Tropical Storm Arthur was approximately $12.5 million.