Greater Moncton Weather: (Extended forecast HERE)
Today: Light snow today (2cm)…but maybe that’s rain over southern sections by late this afternoon….could also be freezing rain. High zero.
Tonight: Another couple of cms of light snow this evening…but al;so the risk of freezing rain. Low -4. Wind chill -9 overnight.
Tomorrow: Snow beginning late in the morning…could be 5 cm. High zero.
More snow tomorrow night…the weather office says it might be 15-20 cms between Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning and that they “may” issue snowfall warnings later today…
Intense cold in the #Maritimes smashed record lows this morning in NB & PEI. With -15.2°C, #Charlottetown recorded its coldest November low on record (since 1943)! #NBwx #MeteoQC #PEwx pic.twitter.com/ueTQCkJfnm
— Patrick Duplessis (@Pat_wx) November 19, 2018
— Times & Transcript (@TimesTranscript) November 18, 2018
Councillor Paul Pellerin plans to introduce a motion for the city to set aside some emergency cash to help the city’s homeless during the cold winter months at council today. Pellerin says that the money would be used to support existing shelters and other groups that are helping…The Times & Transcript reports that at least four councilors plan to support Pellerin’s motion…Deputy Mayor Greg Turner says that the city should be taking a leadership role when it comes to homelessness…but wants some more concrete plans about what the money will support.
Mysterious explosions in N.B. cause concern for nearby residents https://t.co/GNw1l0MLn2
— CTV Atlantic (@CTVAtlantic) November 18, 2018
Some scary business in the Boundary Creek area on Saturday afternoon…some loud explosions that police THINK may have been dynamite in the gravel pit off Upper Mountain Road…RCMP and Salisbury Fire responded to the call at 4:30 p.m. Saturday…RCMP say they found three obvious areas where it looked like explosions could have gone off, but they wouldn’t comment any further.
Residents in the 100 block of Upper Mountain Road, #Boundary Creek, NB were jolted by a series of three #explosions late this afternoon. #Salisbury Fire and Southeast District #RCMP attended area /scene after dark. No report of injuries and incident is under investigation. pic.twitter.com/ogFdJqG5bu
— Wade Perry (@wadeperry1969) November 17, 2018
Woman arrested for questioning in connection to murder of Candice Kennedy-Faguy #Moncton The New Brunswick RCMP’s Major Crime Unit continues to investigate the murder of Candice Kennedy-Faguy and to interview witnesses in connection with the investigation. https://t.co/h7zP44pTFN
— RCMP New Brunswick (@RCMPNB) November 16, 2018
— CBC New Brunswick (@CBCNB) November 17, 2018
Lace up your skates and come enjoy the refrigerated skating oval of Place 1604 which is now open for the season! Consult the schedule and rules here: https://t.co/zGDMJruI95 pic.twitter.com/D6keD7WtUe
— City of Dieppe (@CityofDieppe) November 17, 2018
Join Mayor Ann Seamans at the riverfront gazebo on Thurs., Nov. 22 at 7 p.m. to kick off the holiday season as we light the Riverfront Trail. It’s a festive evening filled with Christmas music, yummy treats and a little bit of magic! 🎄 https://t.co/2J8Jdp1xTs #LightUpRiverview pic.twitter.com/33A5rUzIDh
— Town of Riverview (@TownofRiverview) November 16, 2018
The @monctonwildcats won a matchup between QMJHL powers on Saturday night. Talk about a bizarre finish to the game! @GGreenMachine @PQMiramichi @Eags37 @MrCDobson #defendtheden https://t.co/eR7tMxjt1z
— Neil Hodge (@ttneilhodge) November 18, 2018
A big 5-4 win on the road Saturday night at Baie Comeau for the Moncton Wildcats…really weird finish to that one too…four goals scored in the final 3:21…and apparently the Drakkar thought they tied it up 4-4 just before the end of regulation…then the buzzer went and the official scorer said it was actually 5-4 Cats! Yesterday the Cats beat Chicoutimi 8-4. Moncton has won 4 in a row and is tied for first overall in the Q…The Wildcats play in Quebec City tomorrow night.
— Moncton Wildcats (@monctonwildcats) November 18, 2018
— NBL Canada (@NBLCanada) November 18, 2018
The Moncton Magic beat Halifax on Saturday night in their home opener at the Avenir Centre 104-78….yesterday Moncton beat Cape Breton 118-110…The Magic are 3-0 to start the season. Moncton plays two at St. John’s on Friday & Sunday and are back in action here at home on the 30th against Cape Breton.
UPDATE: Wild wins Monctonian – The Journal Pioneer – https://t.co/LCZ9AYLdCk
— Moncton News (@MonctonNBNews) November 19, 2018
The Kensington Wild won the 38th annual Monctonian Triple A Hockey Challenge this weekend…Kensington beat our Moncton AAA Flyers in the quarter finals on Saturday night and beat the defending Dartmouth Steele Subaru in yesterday’s championship. The Central Attack won the Bantam title.
— NHL (@NHL) November 19, 2018
— NFL (@NFL) November 19, 2018
Get all the scores HERE.