Rainfall warnings lifted for New Brunswick

Many parts of the region experienced power outages Saturday as the remnants of tropical storm Nicole moved through the region. (Nova Scotia Power/Twitter - image credit)
Many parts of the region experienced power outages Saturday as the remnants of tropical storm Nicole moved through the region. (Nova Scotia Power/Twitter - image credit)

The rainfall warnings have been lifted for all of New Brunswick, according to Environment Canada.

Tropical cyclone statements remained in place for all of the province on Saturday evening and there are special weather statements in effect for certain regions of New Brunswick.

Special weather statements for New Brunswick's eastern coastline call for "higher than normal water levels and minor coastal flooding" starting during high tide in the afternoon into the evening.

There are also special weather statements for northwest New Brunswick, particularly the western half of Restigouche County along with Edmundston and Madawaska County. It says snowfall from 15 or more centimetres is expected from Sunday evening through Monday afternoon.

The remnants of tropical storm Nicole knocked out power to many parts of the Maritimes. As of early Saturday evening, there were 1,644 N.B. Power customers without power.