It will be a winter for the record books. We saw another blizzard hit the region yesterday.
Environment Canada Meteorologist Steve Fougere says it appears as though Moncton was the hardest hit area in the province, with over 44 centimetres of snow, as of 2am this morning.
This also a new record for the most snow to fall on March 15th, beating out the old one day record of 32.3 centimetres in 1958.
Students are getting another snow day today in Anglophone East, Francophone South, and schools in Miramichi and Rexton in Anglophone North are closed today. Codiac Transpo is not running, Champlain Mall is closed and the City of Moncton is closed until at least 1 today. There are many other closures and cancellations as well, and you can find a full list, HERE
Flights in and out of the Greater Moncton International Airport are cancelled until later this morning. If you were planning on flying out, call ahead or check their website.
The blizzard warning has now ended, but we now have a blowing snow advisory in effect and Fougere says winds are expected to continue throughout the day with 50 to 70 kilometre an hour gusts.