Greater Moncton Weather: (Extended forecast HERE)
Today: Mainly cloudy with a chance of flurries and risk of freezing drizzle. Windy. Temps steady near -1.
Tonight: Mainly cloudy with a chance of flurries and risk of freezing drizzle. Windy. Low -2.
Tomorrow: Cloudy with a chance of flurries. Windy. High near minus 1.
There’s a SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT about a possible storm system coming in tomorrow night…the Weather Office says it’ll likely be an all day Thursday and maybe into Friday thing. It’s going to start as snow and maybe change to rain around here by Thursday afternoon or evening. Snowfall totals could hit 30 cms in some parts of the province but are probably going to be less than that for Greater Moncton…It’s supposed to be +5 by Friday!
— RCMP New Brunswick (@RCMPNB) March 5, 2018
Codiac Regional RCMP is trying to find a missing 32-year-old Moncton woman. Tammy Cormier was last seen on February 24th on Pioneer Avenue in Moncton. Police have been following up on several leads but have not been able to locate her. Tammy Cormier is described as 5’3″, approximately 155 lbs with a stocky build. She has black curly hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing a dark blue jacket with a fur-lined hood and black and blue boots. Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to contact the Codiac Regional RCMP at 506-857-2400.
REMINDER: SEED applications are open for New Brunswick students looking for summer employment. The deadline to submit applications is March 31st: https://t.co/WPZA7oJVjs
— Brian Gallant (@BrianGallantNB) March 5, 2018
A reminder that if you’re a post-secondary student looking for Summer work in your field, government SEED Grants are open now…the way it works is you apply for one…and if you get picked you’re able to apply for jobs that last up to 14 weeks from employers that receive funding from the province. The deadline to apply is March 31st. Click HERE for more info and to apply.
— TrafficNB (@TrafficNB) March 6, 2018
A recall has been issued for 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe SUV’s…because of a manufacturing defect in the steering column that may lead to the steering wheel coming off while you are driving! The recall affects about 8,500 vehicles that have been sold in Canada. Click HERE for more info.
On display now at Moncton City Hall. Celebrating the art of our Moncton area high school students.
— Anglophone East (@AnglophoneEast) March 5, 2018
Tuesday’s are crib night at the Riverview Lions Club!
On Saturday Sharon Ashley spotted the #wind and the #waves facing off at Peggy’s Cove #NS. Have a close look …this is incredible.#MotherNature ? If you have an amazing photo to share with me, you can email it to WeatherMail@saltwire.com pic.twitter.com/bqrVCxieNs
— Cindy Day (@CindyDayWeather) March 6, 2018
— Scott MacIntosh (@scottmacintosh4) March 5, 2018
The Moncton Wildcats may be in the middle of a late season slump…but they’re still doing a lot better than their record breaking, terrible season last year. How much better? According to league stats the Cats are 27 points better in the league standings than they were this time last year…that’s tied with Halifax for the second biggest turnaround since last season. Meanwhile, it’s not such a great story down the road in Saint John…the defending Q league champion Seadogs have 64 points less than at the same time last year. Ouch!
PIT 4 – CGY 3 OT
BUF 5 – TOR 3
OTT 3 – DAL 2 OT
EDM 4 – ARI 3 OT
VAN 4 – NYI 3 OT
— NHL (@NHL) March 6, 2018
Get all the scores HERE.