Check out these snowfall totals from latest storm

Check out these snowfall totals from latest storm

Unofficial snowfall totals show Miramichi was the hardest-hit New Brunswick community in the nor'easter to hit the province Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning.

Storm summaries by Environment Canada and volunteer observations by the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network show Miramichi received 27.9 centimetres of snow.

A station in Fredericton recorded the second-highest amount with 24.9  centimetres.

Noonan, which is on the northern outskirts of Fredericton, received 22.4 centimetres.

Other snowfall totals recorded were:

- O'Donnells - 22.1 cm

- Bathurst - 21 cm (Environment Canada)

- Barter Settlement - 19.8 cm

- Saint John - 18 cm

- Gaspereau Forks - 17.8 cm

- Milltown - 17 cm

- Moncton - 16.8 cm

- Keswick Ridge - 16.5 cm

- Fredericton (Stn. 4) - 15 cm

- Oak Point - 15 cm

- Dorchester - 15 cm

- Bathurst - 12.7 cm (Stn 13)

- Cumberland Bay - 12.7 cm

- Maces Bay - 11.9 cm

- Gagetown - 8.6 cm

- Harvey - 7.9 cm

- Jolicure - 1.5 cm