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Unofficial rainfall totals for NS via Environment Canada

Weather summary
for Nova Scotia
updated by Environment Canada
at 3:12 a.m. ADT Tuesday 11 October 2016.


An intense trough of low pressure brought heavy rain over Nova 
Scotia on Thanksgiving Monday. 

The following is a summary of weather event 
information received by Environment Canada 
as of 3:00 AM Tuesday. This summary will be 
updated again as new information arrives. 

Summary of rainfall in millimetres: 

Yarmouth Airport: 49.2 
Baccaro Point: 72.9 
Western Head: 74.5 
Bedford Range: 70.7 
Shearwater Jetty: 93.5 
Osborne Head: 109.4 
Halifax International Airport: 102.8 
Malay Falls: 109.2 
Tracadie: 116.7 
Collegeville: 120.7 
Caribou Point: 113.9 
Nappan: 61.8 
Parrsboro: 52.8 
Debert: 74.8 
Upper Stewiacke: 79.4 
New Ross: 75.5 
Kentville: 82.8 
Greenwood: 64.8 
Kejimkujik: 62 
Brier Island: 38.1 
Port Hawkesbury: 129.2 
Eskasoni: 199.3 
Sydney Airport: 136.8 
Sydney: 224.8 
Ingonish Beach: 123.6 
North Mountain: 111.1 
Cheticamp: 114.4 
Northeast Margaree: 106.2

Please note that this summary may 
contain preliminary or unofficial 
information and does not constitute 
a complete or final report.
Source: Environment Canada

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