Heavy snow, strong winds cause power outages across New Brunswick

Heavy, wet snow, along with cold temperatures and strong winds have resulted in icy roads and power outages across much of New Brunswick.

Travel is not recommended on northern stretches of the Trans-Canada Highway near the border with Quebec.

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By mid-morning NB Power was reporting 60 power outages affecting over 19-hundred customers.

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Environment Canada is reporting bitter temperatures with a wind chill around minus 30.

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